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Full time employees receive four weeks paid vacation and an additional 12 days for Holiday pay. Employees borrow against their time for their first year, which is not officially earned until completion of the first year, and most supervisors are flexible with that.

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Yes. If you are working as a dsp you will be doing a lot of driving to doctor appointments.

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Not sure numbers but worked. lovely with many and they took on many hrs to make money

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Come out and visit the programs to get an in depth look at what your workers are doing day to day

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It takes about 6 weeks to get your first pay check, this including getting trained to help in difficult situations working with the IDD population. 2 weeks back pay!

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YAI pays biweekly

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Yes. Not that good though. If you want decent insurance from the company, you better become full-time.

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