The Guild for Human Services Employee Reviews for Residential Assistant

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Hoping for change
Residential Assistant (Current Employee) –  Billerica, MASeptember 17, 2017
Guild is not a good job if your looking to make ends meet. Staff are overworked and receive little support. Shifts are long and stress is high. Would have better luck applying at a different agency.
Pros
three days off in a row
Cons
poor work environment
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Not the most professional organization
Residential Assistant (Current Employee) –  Belmont, MAJune 9, 2017
Unfortunately a lot of the benefits advertised in the job postings are not made available to all staff. Some benefits are rolled out in time sensitive ways as to make it harder for employees to take advantage of them. Priority for trainings and educational advancement opportunities are usually given to folks who work within the day school. There are definitely some shady things going on behind the scenes at the Guild to look out for if your thinking of applying!
Pros
The Guild has an innovative business department!
Cons
Tons of turnover within departments that work with the clients!
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