Rite of Passage
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Rite of Passage Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at Rite of Passage?

2.8
Work/Life Balance
2.9
Compensation/Benefits
2.8
Job Security/Advancement
2.8
Management
2.9
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Rite of Passage?

59%
of employees approve of CEO’s performance
CEO Approval is based on 103 ratings
3.0
Work Schedule Can Be Beneficial
Written by Coach Counselor (Former Employee) from Denver, CO on January 12, 2019
It can be really nice having 4 days on and 3 days off it definitely gives you time to have a life outside of the workplace. I also feel this is great start for anyone looking to advance their career working with youth and or wanting to provide special service at risk youth. However the pay does not match the hours you have to work the 4 days on and - more...
Pros
You do get an hour lunch and I believe two other breaks on your shift, free meals on your shift
Cons
Long hours, prone to sickness working in such a closed environment, units don't offer much fresh air flow, management is real iffy, food is not that great, overnight required and unpaid unless you are woken up for whatever reason
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What do employees say about Rite of Passage's culture and work-life balance?

Slow-paced
Quick-paced
Stressful
Relaxed
Competitive
Collaborative
4.0
Nice place to work
Written by Coach/Counselor (Current Employee) from Watkins, CO on January 9, 2019
My experience at ROP was quite overwhelming but very interesting. There was a lot to learn and to adapt the the culture of getting use to working long hours but overall it is a very good place to work. The level of supervision is great and there is a lot of team work among the staff. I enjoyed working the the youths and had gotten very close to them - more...
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