Questions and Answers about Strategic Behavioral Health, LLC

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What is the most stressful part about working at Strategic Behavioral Health, LLC?

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The drive for admissions compromises the nurses ability to satisfacturally be able to complete the work for the patients they are already assigned. Three or four admissions per shift is more than one can comprohensively handle; it's not fair to the new admits and it compromises the care of the current patients. Lack of leadership is truly hurting this company, its employees and its patients.

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Unsafe working conditions

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The amount of work there is to do, and the lack of management give a darn about the hours one puts in.

Answered - Therapist/Counselor (Current Employee) - Wilmington, NC

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The lack of management engaging to see if the person is advancing in the job and care of the kids by that person in the process.

Answered - Residential Advisor (Former Employee) - Garner, NC

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Totally shortstaffed

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Management, staff getting injured bc they take in worst kids that nobody wants for the money. Dollar seeking company. All about the money.

Answered - Nurse (Former Employee) - Garner, NC

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Short staff and lots of drama within the company, and sometimes the clients hostile.

Answered - Mental Health Technician (Current Employee) - Leland, NC

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