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6 days ago

Residence Manager

AHRC New York City Staten Island, NY

Ensures ongoing compliance and quality assurance with State and Federal regulations pertinent to the operation of the facility to which he/she is… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Data Entry Specialist

AHRC New York City New York, NY

Enter data from source documents in to prescribed computer database files and forms Check Source documents for accuracy Verify data and correct… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Direct Support Professional – new

AHRC New York City New York, NY

Positions Available in All 5 Boroughs Do you have a passion for making a difference in people's lives? We are seeking to hire Direct Support… Glassdoor


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    Working at AHRC was challenging, but I gain knowledge in dealing with individuals with cognitive & physical disability.

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    Former Employee - Clerical IV in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Clerical IV in New York, NY

    I worked at AHRC New York City full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    If you've never work with disable clients before you will gain knowledge on how to handle them, & contribute to lodes of paper work. You may get the opportunity to visit other sites to see how they work, & you always get the opportunity to work directly with a Director in any site. It's a very open working environment that can get overwhelmed at times but over time you will get used to it.

    Cons

    If you work directly with the individuals, it’s basically at your own risk, because you can get injured by an individual & because you sign several paper works absolving the company from any damages, you are left holding the bag, just because that’s a part of the job. Working with the individuals you know what to expect, but working with some of the employees can be challenging. Not sure why the big wigs make so many cuts that could benefit or give good employees the incentive to want to stay at the company.

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    Try to figure out a way to bring more money into your company so that it will not only benefit you or the work that you are trying to do for the clients that you service, but for the employees as well, that work so hard and have to deal with the issues you don’t have to deal with on a daily basis when dealing with challenging individuals.

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