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30+ days ago

Support Specialist/Trip Leader

Hammer Wayzata, MN

The Support Specialist will be required to work at least 32 hours per week and go on a trip with Hammer Travel every other… Glassdoor


13 days ago

In-Home Manager

Hammer Wayzata, MN

• Determines individual’s requirements by having regular contact; with other team members in determining need for therapeutic medical, psycho-social… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Direct Support Professional

Hammer Wayzata, MN

-Provide supervision, training, and assistance to people with Developmental Disabilities who live in homes/apartments. -Provide daily supervision and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Assistant Program Manager

Hammer Plymouth, MN

Provide supervision, training, and assistance to people who are developmentally disabled living in a Hammer group home/apartment. In addition to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Individualized Community Supports

Hammer Wayzata, MN

Full-time or part-time days, afternoons, evenings or weekend hours are available. Primary Duties: Work one-on-one with a child or adult with… Glassdoor


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    Great clients, not so great management

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    Former Employee - Direct Support Professional
    Former Employee - Direct Support Professional

    I worked at Hammer Residences full-time

    Pros

    The clients were awesome to work with, and I thoroughly enjoyed that part of working with this company. My coworkers were awesome as well.

    Cons

    Apparently one of the requirements for this job is you must have your own car at all times. Well, that wasn't explained thoroughly to me in the hiring process; I was just told I needed to have a good driving record and up to date car insurance should I need to use my own car for transport. I explained that I had use of a car some days of the week, but not all. I was hired anyway and everything was fine. Me not having my own car didn't interfere with my work. My original manager went on maternity leave and someone else took over about a month after I was hired. The new manager decided she was going to make my next few months with this company rough. She told me I had a couple weeks to go buy my own car. I told her that was not possible, but I was still able to use a car most of the week. A couple weeks after she told me that, she fired me.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please be more understanding of personal or family issues that may happen. Also, please realize that not everyone is rich and can afford a car at the drop of a hat. Make sure that you are clear that your employees must have their own car before you hire them!!

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