Pros – Great experience if you are in the health/education field for medically fragile children while in school, hours 9-2
Cons – per diem; long waits for children who are bussed in every morning and afternoon; heavy lifting for wheelchair bound children
Pros – Flexible schedule. Basically you can make your own hours.
Cons – Driving around in your car can be lonely
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – We are responsible for caring for over 3,000 children with special needs in the community and we do an excellent job.
Cons – Healthcare has been very challenging due to budget cuts and this has affected St. Mary's operationally.
Advice to Senior Management – Board Members should have terms to their tenure; prolonged instability at Senior Management is not good; CFO's should have knowledge and experience for the type of organization they are hired into - they should not be getting their training on the job.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Good vacation benefits. Co-workers are the best and the hospital really does care about the children.
Cons – I worked in the EI program so I can only give a review as far as that department is concerned. If getting worked like and dog and not being appreciated is what you're looking for then I suggest you apply. I didnt receive proper training for my position and when ever I asked one question I would get different answers from supervisors. While directors and supervisors receive raises all other employees have been working at the same payrate for over 5 years. The only reason I gave it a 3 is because of the services they offer to the children in need and my fellow colleagues make coming to work worth while.
Advice to Senior Management – Hold yoursels to a hihger standard and train your employees properly. Give raises.
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No thanks –