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The Guild leadership was excited to announce, last December, an across the board starting wage increase for hourly (direct care) staff to $16.00 per hour AND hourly employees earning more than $16.00 got an increase of $1.00 per hour. This increases the starting wage for all hourly employees and residential manager salary went up 2 months ago - thus making The Guild one of, if not the top paying organization in the field. Salaried employees also received a modest increase and this is just the beginning of the commitment to all employees!!

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I would provide more support to the residential staff. I feel the school often passes the buck to residential staff.

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All full time staff (who have completed their 90 day probationary period), regardless of department within the agency have the same Personal Time Policy, 64 hours the first day of the fiscal year. Part Time staff follow the Massachusetts PTO law, every 30 hours worked, equals one hour of PTO. I hope this clarifies your concern.

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There is no diversity in senior leadership positions.

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I feel terrible coming to work each day. The workload is unreasonable and the supervisor expectations are unrealistic. The supervisors never want to help but they love to criticize.

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All full time staff (who have completed their 90 day probationary period), regardless of department within the agency have the same Personal Time Policy, 64 hours the first day of the fiscal year. Part Time staff follow the Massachusetts PTO law, every 30 hours worked, equals one hour of PTO. I hope this clarifies your concern.

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Any current and former employees are free to write their personal reviews stating their views and experiences. There are no duplicate or recurring reviews submitted.

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Communicate and follow through. Showing that you are assertive and want the job, without being demanding.

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No. Your treatment is based on whims.

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The future cannot be good. There are new vacancies every month. Staff who worked hard for years are not fgiven proper respect so they leave. Clients suffer from this.

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