Individual Advocacy Group
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I have been working at Individual Advocacy Group part-timePros
Large organization that seems financially stable as a non profit.
Regional offices throughout the state of Illinois and in DC, this shows growth.
Wonderful directors of regions in the state of Illinois.
Direct care staff that truly care for the individuals that they serve.
Willing to pay administrative staff well, with required education for the position.Cons
Poor communication skills in the corporate office.
No supervision of regional directors/administrators.
Executive Director does not seem very personable. No open door policy regardless of the verbal policy communicated by the corporate office.
The DIstrict of Columbia region of the agency are all related.
Unethical practices take place in the District of Columbia region and corporate office fails to investigate.
Unprofessional house managers. House managers do not exude professioinalism nor personable attitudes that should be exhibited in the human service field.
House managers are to work shifts along with us, but they often come in and walk out although their name is on the schedule.
The region as a whole will not grow as it should due to the poor man power of the administrative staff.
My current house manger is regarded as an administrative staff, but acts, talks and looks like a direct support worker with poor writing skills.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Get new region representation,