Case Manager (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 20, 2018
Case management for those facing homelessness can be challenging, but The Road Home offers multiple opportunities for additional training and seminars. Utilized motivational interviewing and Trauma-Informed Care practices. Management were understanding and encouraged personal time. Must be an independent thinker and able to diffuse volatile situations.
Flexible scheduling, excellent benefits, additional training
Client Advocate (Former Employee) – SLC, UT – May 22, 2018
Working here is horrible. No one ever shows up for work so you have to work for 5 to 6 people. No one gets punished for no call no shows either. Other staff bully you and HR does nothing. They keep a bunch of idiots who dont do their jobs because their turnover is so high. People will come to work once and never come back. If you actually do your job you rarely get breaks because everyone else takes so many. STAY FAR FAR AWAY!!!
Paid holidays, you get away with murder
No respect from other staff unless you have an office, upper management does nothing with complaints
Productive workplace but lacked structure in critical areas
Closing & Special Projects Manager (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – May 15, 2013
My experience here was one where I gained lots of knowledge and was able to display many of my previously acquired skills. Most coworkers were pleasant yet were often resistant to change in this fluid type of program. This experience helped me to grow and realize my potential in areas where I personally thought I was much weaker in while sharpening the areas where I knew I was strong in already. The lack of human resources structure created havoc at times because with the employees being aware of the relaxed environment it was sometimes difficult to keep them engaged.
Meeting new people, writing policies and procedures
lack of Human resource structure, expressing a quantity over quality standard rather than a balance