Pros – NCMHS has a terrific reputation for the services delivered. Highly qualified, dedicated people head up the treatment teams. This is the place to learn how to excel at delivering social services.
Cons – The job brings 60 hours per week of responsibilities. Unlicensed employees get 40 hours per week to do them in. Employees who don't meet productivity expectations are on the sidewalk fast. Those vacation days you were promised? If you aren't meeting productivity, you can forget about them. Those electronic hand-readers by the doorway? They aren't for security. They're to make sure that unlicensed employees don't spend one second more or one second less than exactly forty hours per week on the job.
Folks do find ways to meet productivity honestly and ethically. You will want to start looking for help and advice on how to do that from the minute you start.
Advice to Senior Management – Requiring notes to be turned in at the end of every day, and electronic sign-in hurts employee morale more than monthly employee potlucks can build it.
Pros – A great place to start a career. Great training in social services and mental health.
Cons – Pay is lower than average for a non-profit organization which already are on the low end of the salary scale.
Advice to Senior Management – Cost cutting strategy will only get you so far. At some point, cost cutting measures will backfire. Investing in the right people will be the only way you can assure your organizations future success.
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