What advice would you give the CEO of Youth Opportunity Investments, LLC about how to improve it?
Check on your facilities. Talk to staff one on one. Clean house if the turn over rate is high especially when experienced staff quit. It is hard to find people in this field. That's a red flag that shouldn't be ignored. Pay staff more. Increase rewards. Especially for loyalty staff.
On average, how many hours do you work a day at Youth Opportunity Investments, LLC?
16 hours and up to a 18/20 hour day. They do not care for the safety of their staff. No breaks. Always out of ratio. They don’t care if you get hurt or are running on. I sleep.
What is the work environment and culture like at Youth Opportunity Investments, LLC?
Very Stressful environment. Kids are out of control with no discipline or repercussions for their disrespectful behavior.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Youth Opportunity Investments, LLC a better place to work?
I would fix the schedule so people wouldn't have to work a lot of doubles. Change so people positions. Listen to staff opinions and views especially the floor staff they see everything and know a lot
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Youth Opportunity Investments, LLC?
Be 100% honest & if you don't feel like the job is for you, say so immediately!
What questions did they ask during your interview at Youth Opportunity Investments, LLC?
How would you handle a youth who threatens suicide as a result of consequences given?
What are your weeknesses?
What was your experience like with a client that you didn’t like?
When was the last time that you shared too much information about yourself?