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poor middle management.
Volunteer Services Coordinator /Master Instructor (Former Employee) –  Sunland, CAApril 6, 2018
I appreciate the training and mission, however, the advancement opportunities are not present. Management lacks professionalism, as well as the ability to treat all employees with respect. Would not recommend this organization for employment.
Pros
nice employees
Cons
bad management.
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Great place to work and grow
Master Job Trainer (Current Employee) –  Van Nuys, CAMarch 31, 2015
Great team of people! Your work is valued and management is very understanding. I have been with this organization for 3 years and i have learned so much about the community and the population we serve.
Pros
Great place to grow & amaizing day care
Cons
low pay
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management does not follow through/unsupportive
Instructor (Former Employee) –  Sunland, CAJune 25, 2014
Although this day program has many great activities for it's clients, it is over-crowded even for the 7.2 acre property. This can create safety hazards for the mostly under trained staff. For example, wheelchairs are often stuffed into an activity room with barely room to move. There are also many rules that are over-looked, which creates an atmosphere of anything goes. For example, employees are required to speak English by signing a form by HR but some of the staff can barely communicate in English. Many times the instructors are chattering away in Spanish while their clients are neglected. Also, the pay is very low compared to other non-profits, but most of the upper management drives Lexus. Most employees are required to drive their clients in provided vehicles, but many times there are not enough staff or vehicles to safely transport. Despite training and recruitment videos which adhere to the clients making their own choices, there is an institution feel to the bare rooms and strict schedules. For example, many classes are already at and above capacity and clients have no alternatives but to watch movies, walk the track, or sit in a room with nothing to do. Data keeping for behaviors is instructed by peers, and many important discrepancies are lost with the language barriers and lack of training by management. As a result, clients were not receiving the care that had been promised to them. I also witnessed some instructors falsifying daily notes just to get them done on time for the managers and make it appear their client is making progress. Good idea, but this program  more... fails in execution.  less
Pros
free snacks
Cons
no breaks, low pay, not enough training
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