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Crisis Intervention Clinician (Former Employee) –  Federal Way, WADecember 29, 2018
Culture has changed cant speak on it too much now. I am not all too familiar with it. Hopefully management has allowed employees with more flexibility to their schedule
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Client's and colleagues make the job workable
Care Coordinator (Former Employee) –  King County, WANovember 16, 2018
I stayed because of my co-workers and clientele. Upper management gives the runaround in regards to everything. This was applicable before management changed due to restructuring, but became worse with the new acting CEO and new HR director. Turnover rate is horrific and staff are overworked and underpaid. Company offers no transparency and will lie to save face. Employees are struggling to to keep up with incoming client's and are offered $5 Starbucks gift cards to buy appreciation. No one from HR follows-up in regards to anything. Depending on which clinic you are at, you are at risk for an unsafe working environment and much more. I would only recommend this company to someone who is fresh out of college and needs a foot in the door. Also a lot of vindictiveness and retaliation from upper management. Go elsewhere for more pay and less work.
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Clients, medical
Cons
underpaid, overworked, vindictive management.
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lots of turnover
Adult Outpatient Therapist (Current Employee) –  King County, WASeptember 8, 2018
company is trying to figure out how to redefine itself since CEO was let go and lots of turnover of employees as a result. They are now working on being "lean six sigma" and reorganizing the company. It may turn out to be the best thing that the company can do. Pay is not comparable with other companies that hire mental health professionals from federal and state agencies but comparable with other nonprofit community mental health organizations.
Pros
can earn PTO, and at least at the clinic I am at the manager doesn't have any quarms about when you take your PTO
Cons
this is community mental health, so many hard mental health cases with very few if any quick resolutions
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Valley Cities is a great stepping stone into mental health services
Peer Councilor/ Family and Adult services (Former Employee) –  Kent, WAJune 11, 2018
Valley Cities is a great stepping stone into a career in Mental Health services. They provide a lot of training and the overall culture is very accepting. The area they lack in are giving training to their peer specialist and consistent management.
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Stressful
General customer service (Current Employee) –  Kent, WAMay 24, 2018
This company used to be wonderful to work for, management has changed and become very cut-throat and uncomfortable. People are afraid to be themselves and to enjoy their workplace.
Pros
Wonderful benefits
Cons
unapproachable management
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Excellent Workplace Culture & Benefits
Administrator (Current Employee) –  Bellevue, WAAugust 24, 2015
The staff and culture surrounding cohort and client interactions sets the bar - management tries to instill sense of community among all workers. As this is a non-profit institution, compensation is expectedly on the low side of average, however benefits (medical/dental/vision, life, retirement, PTO, etc) are all excellent.
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