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Many shifts available are 6.5 hours (so they can get a free half hour since they automatically deduct a 30 min break after 6 hours, but we don't actually get breaks.)

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In the previous union negotiation, some staff LOST wages. The union is impotent, the agency refuses to pay a living wage. It's either top-heavy greed, or the agency is failing.

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The environment is fast paced and can be extremely stressful. Most of the time due to low staffing issues. Lots of responsibility and job duties for low wages.

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It takes about three weeks for the hiring process to clear, including paperwork.

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Benifits used to be good. Each year they take more and more away. Insurance costs weeks pay now. Not a place to work for if you want good benifits

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With the increasingly horrible reimbursement rates of care, TRC is really struggling to support their huge administration. Higher ups are getting raises, but direct support staffing (really anyone who does the labor and provides the reimbursable services) are paid only slightly more than min wage. So staffing is constantly at panic levels, and it's only a matter of time before disasters happen. I wouldn't count on TRC being around in 10 years if they continue with this structure. Can do the same job at the state for a living wage...

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The working Hours are very flexible! The managers make it so it is efficient for the home and all of the staffing.

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Yes this company does drug test

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You get mandated to work, so you are not able to really make life plans on your day off or after work. The high management gets paid a lot of money to make decisions from a desk and the DSP's get to do all of the work for min wage.

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