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Melmark President & CEO Joanne Gillis-Donovan
Joanne Gillis-Donovan
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    Employer see employees as numbers and stats.

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    Former Employee - ABA Counselor in Berwyn, PA
    Former Employee - ABA Counselor in Berwyn, PA
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    I worked at Melmark full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    -Working with the kids. There is no personal joy and fulfillment that beats the feeling of making one's life better. (Makes you know a lot more about oneself and our basic humanity). -Good pay compared to competition

    Cons

    -Morbid fear of an employee loosing his/her job for expressing candid opinions (It's like management is scared of smart and intelligent employees. It's their way or no way. So better play dumb if you want to stick around for long). -Poor management decisions. -Strong company politics ( even to the point of nepotism and elitism), which most at times, takes away from the care of persons' served. -High turn over rate (To management, employees are just part of their numbers game they'll submit to the government at the end of the year to request for even more capital to amplify their pockets). -You can get fired over the dumbest and silliest things you could ever imagine. -The funniest and scariest thing is the their high nose lawyers who knows nothing about the sample population served but will show up in any court to battle anyone to the last mark of how retarded and skewed they really are (Off-course money talks so you better be prepared to pay for your own lawyer if you can afford it,otherwise, I tough luck).

    Advice to Management

    -Actually CARE and see employees as real human beings and not just part of your stats and number game. -Don't just fire over the most silliest and stupidest of reasons imaginable. -Create an atmosphere where employees won't live in fear of loosing their job and tell you how what really is. -Quit practicing nepotism and elitism.


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