Questions and Answers about Southwest Key Programs

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SWKey's future is not to bright they have to work on how they treat there employee. They need more training in professionalism.

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In reality its Bussiness between the Founder and congressist men. He explained it in a polite email some years ago when it was firstly new these programs existed to the public media around 4 years ago. So as long the goverment grants youth protection You will remained working even if you are laid off you can go back later or they will call you back.

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As long as there are children coming the US from poor Central American countries, there will be jobs at Southwest Key Programs. The company lays off when times are slow, specifically newly hired clinician and case managers.



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I personally think it's a great company to work for. Complainers won't advance. Hard working people will always have the advantage. Go the extra mile folks.

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There really isn't a future with this company unless working in upper management

Answered - Juvenile Tracker (Current Employee) - Marietta, GA

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Love the kids; hate the sheer hypocrisy of calling their internal job environment a "familia" when they prefer foreigners as employees to citizens who should have job preference. The politics of cronyism destroy any effort to actually build a solid team who follows protocol vs the interests of the empowered.

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I just hope that one day it gets shut down.There are shady things going in there. There is a lot favoritism. If you are not a brown-noser than there is no way for you to move up. The bosses don't appreciate the work that you do. They can make a million mistakes and no one can say or do anything about it, but if you do a tiny mistake it's the end of the world for them. The kids could be treated better by the bosses.

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This company is so corrupt with favoritism and cronyism that should be given to another company that is professional and will follow mandates for real instead of on paper.

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The program itself has a very bright future. The program it's based on government grants.

Answered - Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee) - Conroe, TX

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El programa de Channelview no cuenta con la administración adecuada, malas practicas no permitiran que el Centro llegue al exito. El Centro funcionaba mejor sin tener Director y assistants leads. Lideres maltratan a sus empleados.

Answered - Staff (Current Employee) - Channelview, TX

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