Strategies To Empower People
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About the company

  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Nonprofit & NGO
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ILS, TDS, DSP in Sacramento, CA
on July 16, 2021
I wish that I could give 4 3/4 starts because there is very little I haven’t liked about working for STEP. I’ve really enjoyed working for STEP. It is undeniably challenging, as any job in this field is going to be, but it keeps you on your toes and no two days are the same. I really feel like your experience working at STEP depends on you. I feel like management has really had my back when things have gotten sticky, though I do agree they could be a little more supportive and communicative. All in all I think they’re pretty good and are all friendly, approachable and mostly available. I like that as long as you do your job well, you just do your own thing, make your own schedule, and nobody is micromanaging you. I love that we can provide individual support for each person we work with based on their personal needs and not just some cookie cutter support. There’s a lot of room for personality, individuality and creativity. My experience has been positive.
Caretaker in Lincoln, CA
on July 10, 2021
Great company with awesome staff. They have alot of people that you can really help .. I enjoyed going out into the community as the staff , you show disabled individuals how to live independently . My only issue is depending on the client a certain amount of your paycheck will habe to go through IHSS and that wasnt dependable for me .
Direct Support Professional in Santa Rosa, CA
on March 19, 2021
It’s a very demanding and stressful job. The first day on site I was left alone with 3 female clients with high behaviors. I had no training and no clue how to de-escalate the situation when I was being attacked. I wish they would have LET ME KNOW about the behaviors and clients history. Not just the task I had to preform. Oh it would’ve been nice if I wasn’t left alone the first day either. I stayed for over 6 months and you’re constantly being asked for more and more. The pay is okay but trust me... you’ll be burnt out QUICK!
Direct Support Professional II in Santa Rosa, CA
on January 21, 2021
A very toxic environment to work in. Management is too young and inexperienced. There were a lot of messy people who worked there. The main problem is that there was family working there which caused a lot of favoritism.
DSP (Direct Support Professional) in Napa, CA
on June 14, 2020
I enjoyed my job and feeling like i was impacting someone's life in a positive manner...Up until i was made to feel like i was constantly unnecessary by a coworker who desperately tried to assert herself as a supervisor; who was borderline abusive to employers; who swore she knew best because these employers were under her thumb for years. Patty Saunders is a see you next...

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