ASI (Accessible Space, Inc.)

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8 days ago

Administrative Assistant

Accessible Space, Inc. Las Vegas, NV

Now Hiring!! Accessible Space, Inc.s Nevada Community Enrichment Program (NCEP) in Las Vegas, NV, a CARF accredited, comprehensive, post-acute neuro… Monster


2 days ago

Speech-Language Pathologist – new

Accessible Space, INC. Las Vegas, NV

Please apply online at http://www.accessiblespace.org/pages/careers or fax resume to HR at (651) 645-0541. Please reference job code 450 when… Glassdoor


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    NCEP. Absolutely horrible management.

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    I worked at ASI (Accessible Space, Inc.) full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    It's a job. You won't get fired because it's too much work for management to want to do.

    Cons

    Low pay and no appreciation. No budget to spend because management won't allow anyone to purchase needed supplies. The 2 ladies who run the clinic are best friends and have no idea how to professionally supervise employees. The 1 lady who is the director collects the only decent salary, delegates everything, takes credit for everyone else's hard work and doesn't even consistently show up to work. She has never worked a full work day since I've been there and leaves daily between 10:00am and 2:00pm. The clinical manager, and best friend, covers her butt while busting everyone else's and showing little to no appreciation for jobs well done. Don't work for these people! You'll be miserable. Lowest employee morale I've ever seen.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start showing up for a whole work day, learn what being supportive to your staff means, and if you're at work, work. Do something productive rather than delegate everything to everyone else. You should demand no more than what you yourself are willing to deliver. Dictatorship has never been a successful form of leadership.

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