There are a lot of cover ups and people doing dishonest and unethical things.
Answered - Upper managemen (Former Employee) - Windsor Locks, CT 06096
When employees do not respect what you do, refuse to be team players, and just look out for themselves taking on roles that do not represent their position of work and break a lot of boundaries, attitudes get rough. When the Program Director managed the environment and monitored our behaviors respect was normal, however when she left employees attitudes became disorientated. There was a communication breakdown. People started leaving.
Answered - Residential Counselor (Former Employee) - Brookline, MA
Sometimes house are very demanding if their is a client that is known to act out it is hard to redirect some people
Answered - Residential Counselor CNA (Current Employee) - Hanson, MA
Dealing with the lack of respect to their employees.
Answered - consoler (Current Employee) - CT
Being told there is enough time in the day to see 4 people face to face, compleating 5 assessments and reviewing with clients, compleating the billable contact notes, attending to a client in crisis, while attending the countless "trainings/meetings/cue's" No overtime and you end up staying late regularly and bringing work home or risk getting in trouble because you are only human
Leadership micromanaging of tasks with only macro input making doing the job difficult in not know what are expectations and deadlines.
Answered - Sr. Training Specialist (Former Employee) - Somerville, MA
PRETENDING IM SOMEONE THAT I AM NOT TO BE ACCEPTED IN A "high class" agency
Answered - RC (Current Employee) - Boston, MA