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23 days ago

Rehabilitation Specialist II

The GEO Group, Inc. Pembroke Pines, FL

The Rehabilitation Specialist II develops, organizes and facilitates Role Recovery Group Activities on an assigned unit. He/she works with the… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Mental Health Technician

The GEO Group, Inc. Pembroke Pines, FL

This is an entry-level position that learns to provide direct care to a specific resident population under the direction and supervision of licensed… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Safety Officer

The GEO Group, Inc. Pembroke Pines, FL

Under general supervision, performs a variety of duties in the patrolling of hospital buildings and grounds against theft, fire, and illegal entry… Glassdoor

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GEO Group Chairman and CEO George C. Zoley
George C. Zoley
26 Ratings

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Boca Raton, FL
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boca Raton, FL

    I have been working at GEO Group full-time for more than 8 years


    Stability, this company just makes money from inmates, there is no product so they just make money. We do get more holidays off than average I'd say. Pay can be good. Most employees have been given some stock options.


    This company has terrible communication and when you mention this in a meeting, you just get blank stares. Some people have been with them or with a similar company their whole career so they don't have any perspective. If you have worked at a large, structured company, GEO might drive you crazy. Nepotism is quite common at Corporate, along with the usual politics. Most managers in my dept. have no degree and have received no mgmt. training, they think telling someone what to do is managing. In my dept., we have never received any training. My pay is below what the market pays and we have had several people hired for the same position making more. My manager did nothing to fix this. People working at the facilities usually receive low pay with not much opportunity for advancement.

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    Education! Put people in charge that know how to manage others, that know how to communicate. Realize that just because it's the way you've always done it, doesn't make it the right way.

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