Community Health Resources

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Community Health Resources Jobs & Careers in Norwich, CT

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29 days ago

Care Coordinator & Coach/Trainer

Community Health Resources Willimantic, CT

SCOPE: The Care Coordinator coach/trainer provides training and coaching on the Wraparound process 40% and Care coordination 60% of the time… CareerBuilder


29 days ago

Case Manager

Community Health Resources Mansfield Center, CT

SCOPE: Provides individuals with serious and persistent mental illness assistance with finding appropriate and affordable housing, receipt of… CareerBuilder


20 days ago

Child Care Worker

Community Health Resources Coventry, CT

MISSION: Child Residential Programs provide 24 hour care for children and adolescents who need this level of care due to complex emotional and… CareerBuilder


18 days ago

Outpatient Practice Manager

Community Health Resources Manchester, CT

SCOPE: Provides administrativemanagement and support to direct service programs in a busy setting of clientswith major illness and/or serious… CareerBuilder


29 days ago

Clinician/Therapist

Community Health Resources Manchester, CT

SCOPE: Assist children and families to maintain placement with their foster family and in community by assessing whole family needs, developing… CareerBuilder


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    Great Company with HR issues

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    • Culture & Values
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    I worked at Community Health Resources

    Pros

    Amazing benefits and PTO, being part of a company that really helps the community, flexibility with schedules and family emergencies.

    Cons

    Human Resources takes a very casual approach to issues with other co-workers or supervisors. If you have a bad supervisor, you might as well transfer or quit. For being a company with such positive values, there are some very negative people in authority in this organization, sometimes at high-level positions.

    There is too much focus on numbers, not enough focus on quality of care.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    When you promote people, make sure they have the skills to be a supervisor. There are quite a few people promoted to supervisor or director roles who don't have the people skills to manage staff. Supervisors have a HUGE impact on employee satisfaction, a fact I don't think CHR really takes into consideration.

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