Differing management styles depending on the department.
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Michigan – September 8, 2018
Depending on the department, you will see different types of management styles. Not alot of room for advancement, promotion, or base salary increase, although opportunity for commission in sales arena.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – May 18, 2018
Dont work there. Mean coworkers and no personal life allowed. Managers play favorites and it is all about the bottom line. I was treated unfairly and blamed when I got frustrated. Breaks were hard to come by and u reasonable expectations were in place.
A typical day is working with a group of individual's who struggle with addiction. We focus on the disease model of addiction, co-occurring disorders, the recovery process, relapse prevention and 12 step programs. The work place culture is amazing and everyone truly enjoys what they do to contribute to making a difference in another's life.
When someone is D/C and maintains sobriety.
When someone is D/C and they return to using substances.
Account Executive (Current Employee) – United States – January 2, 2018
Ok place if you just want a paycheck and aren't concerned with opportunity for advancement or career development. Constantly adding to job responsibilities without appropriate increases in compensation.
This is a fast paced job with a lot of independence. In this role you are responsible for the largest accounts and for setting everything up on your own. There is not a lot of oversight or micromanaging in this role.
Collections Representative (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – January 30, 2017
Fun work place to work however head management leading the Waypoint goup in Round Rock, Texas is not organized whatsoever. They have no attendance policy, no ladder to step up, no benefits for school. Very quick to change financial compensations packages when dollar amount is not meet.