Management skills are poor. Too much favoritism. I
LVN Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA Garfield – January 31, 2019
Stay away from this company. It’s too unprofessional. If you’re at the top of the pay scale they will find anything to get rid of you. DON doesn’t have a backbone and the administrator should have a bed there alone with the patients
Psychiatric Technician (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – January 17, 2019
Worse place I have ever worked in my life. Politics, favoritisms and power trips is management’s strong points. I worked hard and tough but at the end of the day I wasn’t part of the clique so they found small things to point fingers at and fire me.
We held classes to teach basic life skills our clients
councilor. (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – December 26, 2018
Come into work have a group meeting teaching life skills,take test, go over medication management,arts n crafts,feed lunch do some sort recreational games. Personal level talking,1on1 this is a typical day. Finish our reports.
poor upper management and chaotic work environment
Personal Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – December 4, 2018
No support from upper management. understaff and low pay. Staff are overworked due to understaffing. poor work culture and morale. no support in job advancement or training. manipulative management style. no organizations with systems and staff are poorly trained. constant staff turnover. documentation and paperwork is priority, taking away from client care. clients are underserved and not given the quality of care they need. lots of staff and client complaints about upper management and no resolutions to problems that arise.
Recovery specialist (Former Employee) – Olympia, WA – November 29, 2018
A typical day doesn't exist. Can be fun. An always learning something. You can never know too much at this job. You help out so much with other adults having serious issues. Can be stressful. Must have patience an willing to listen to be able to help. Hardest part for me is when you can't connect to the client to be able to help.
LVN Field Nurse (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – November 7, 2018
I’ve been with Telecare for 18 years, worked in four different programs and enjoyed every minute of it. I’ve been promoted a few times, and they have always accommodated my personal needs. I just relocated and was able to transfer to a different program with all my benefits without having to wait for a probation period.
Assitant house cordinator (Current Employee) – Santa Maria, CA – November 7, 2018
Love working with individual's when helping them reach their full potential. Hardest thing was managing all task through out the day while taking care of individual's when it came to paper work and rehabilitations and meeting productive goal for the month and planning and servicing activities daily and cooking and grocery shopping and supply shopping all in the time we are to take care for individuals. By the time you got off work you are extremely tired to do anything or on your day off. extremely exhausting. Management will that is another store in it self. When staff did take time off it was not for long due to the demand of staffing issues.
love working with individuals to help them reach tehir full poteintal.
Not enough tiem for vaction or time off do to staffing issues
CASE MANAGER, PSC (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 6, 2018
coworkers are great but there is lack of leadership, management is ran by individuals on a power trip . the population you work with is a difficult one and management does not make it any easier on you .
Horrible place to work, nurses beware! You will be put in unsafe working conditions that will place your license at risk. Management and quality of your coworkers is sub standard. Staff members are unprofessional and management will find a way to get rid of you if you complain. Tons of favoritism.