Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch Reviews
“A good place for young professionals beginning careers, or those changing careers to gain experience to take elsewhere.”
Pros – I am provided with a lot of flexibility to perform tasks as I see needed, while maintaining company expectations.
Cons – Administration and upper management seem extremely disconnected to care providers. As a mental health provider, the benefits available to take care of your own mental health is abysmal.
Advice to Senior Management – Spend ways to become better acquainted with your workers, especially in figuring out how your decisions and actions affect our daily work life. Do what you can to better take care of workers, who can have an extremely hard time taking care of the kids we serve.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – The opportunity to work with youth
Cons – This administration heavy company is disorganized and unprofessional. When it comes to employees they are just plain cheap, starting with their pay and benefits
Advice to Senior Management – Focus on treating employees well, this is what will improve retention
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
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Pros – The mission, purpose, and vision of this nonprofit are absolutely amazing. Unfortunately, with Glenn McFarlane at the helm, the organization is lacking direction, professionalism, and ethics.
Cons – A culture of "the old boys network" mixed with ethical violations galore. Personally, as a professional, the unethical and unprofessional experiences displayed at this organization are to many to name.
Advice to Senior Management – Advice to management includes replacing both the CEO and the board of directors 100%, ensure that all members are 100% unrelated to previous board members and founding members of this nonprofit. This will ensure an honest approach to providing for SED youth in the future.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company