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30 Reviews
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Phillip Weaver
4 Ratings
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    BHS - not worth it.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Program Supervisor
    Current Employee - Program Supervisor

    I have been working at Hope Network full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    It's a great opportunity to serve people with disadvantages. It's a good place to get experience. Once you're hired in, it is easy to get promoted (due to high over turn of unhappy employees though).

    Cons

    The stress level is unbearable at times. Everything from being over worked to being bullied by upper management (corporate). The organization is very top heavy. Corporate employees are paid high salaries while the employees that work in the programs that bring in the money are paid very minimal. Raises are 1% per year (some years it is 0%). Positive feedback is very rare. The only time you hear from corporate or see corporate employees is when you are in trouble (probably for not doing something you didn't know was your responsibility). Turnover is very high (around 50%) so it is hard to build relationships with co-workers because it probably won't last. Policy is not structured and favoritism of employees is very clear. Loyalty to the organization does not matter; they see employees as expendable at all times. Corporate does not support a work/life balance. Some examples include being expected to work from home without pay, being on call without a bonus/extra pay, no flexibility with schedules. Across the board there is not support for middle management that tries to make a difference.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Value your employees that bring in the money. Greed will not equal success in the end. Valuing your employees by paying a fair wage, supporting their needs, believing in a work/life balance, and not forcing them to compromise their ethics will build a strong company.

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