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6 days ago

Accounts Receivable Coordinator

The MENTOR Network Edina, MN

REM Minnesota is seeking a Billing Coordinator to consistently execute the required activities to ensure that all master file entry and billing… The MENTOR Network


19 days ago

Human Resources Coordinator

The MENTOR Network Edina, MN

Due to growth and development of new program models, REM Minnesota is hiring a Human Resource Coordinator to be a part of the REM Minnesota Statewide… The MENTOR Network


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The MENTOR Network President and Chief Executive Officer Bruce Nardella
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    For-profit company did not have clients' best interest in mind

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    Former Employee - Direct Support Professional in Portland, OR
    Former Employee - Direct Support Professional in Portland, OR

    I worked at The MENTOR Network full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    My coworkers were pretty good, we got along well and worked as a team for the most part, but burnout was apparent. Just a few months after starting I got a slight raise which was nice, but I was told by other employees that this is not the norm. No overtime, ever.

    Cons

    Very few benefits, I accrued less than a day a month PTO. Training was mostly by coworkers, I very seldom saw my supervisor or heard from them even when we called with a time-sensitive question in regard to a client. Definitely had the feeling that was was most important to the company is having more clients instead of providing quality experience for their lives. No overtime, ever.

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    Yes, business requires income, but at the expense of providing quality care? More and more over the course of 1 year I saw more clients being added to already full day programs, and staff being very slowly replaced. Instead floaters sometimes filled in but for months various people could not develop good relationships with people who already have a very difficult time communicating and thriving.

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