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27 days ago

Life Skills Trainer

The MENTOR Network Louisville, KY

To that end, the Life Skills Trainer also happens to be one of the best places to start in our company with a myriad of career options to move up and… The MENTOR Network


2 days ago

Supervisor, Residential – new

The MENTOR Network Louisville, KY

• Provides oversight of direct care staff providing services to clients. Coordinates the assignment of work of facility staff… The MENTOR Network


24 days ago

Counselor

The MENTOR Network Louisville, KY

NeuroRestorative Kentucky is seeking a Counselor to provide counseling to individuals and/or families using multiple forms of therapeutic approaches… The MENTOR Network


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The MENTOR Network President and Chief Executive Officer Bruce Nardella
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    Mentor has a very stressful work environment, poorly trained employees and not enough of them to fill positions.

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    Former Employee - Program Manager  in  Tucson, AZ
    Former Employee - Program Manager in Tucson, AZ

    I worked at The MENTOR Network full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Good support from direct supervisor. Mentor does provide a great service to the disabled community and it is enjoyable to work with many of the clients.

    Cons

    Poor compensation. I was a program director and could never find on-call employees to work in my group home so I had to fill in their shifts. Several times I worked 20 hour days and consistently had no days off one time working 7 weeks in a row with 11 and 12 hour days. Health insurance was very reasonable but not great coverage. They expect a great deal from their employees at all levels with poor wages.

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    Listen to your employees. You are not doing their job you are in your office pushing papers and taking meetings. The employees are with the clients daily and have truly good ideas and suggestions to improve their life and make the job easier.

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