NNHSC offers an attractive, competitive benefits package to full-time and part-time employees.
Good benefits. Paid lunch and holidays. No complaints.
good 401a retirement package, health savings account/flexible savings account
Best: Health insurance is covered 80% by the employer - worst: no enough personal days only 16 hours/year
They have yearly picnics. Flexible hours. Weekend rotations.
The only thing good I can say about this agency is that patients can get help for free. They offered me a good salary which is why I took the job but the rest downhill from there. They only trained me for two days, the first of which was spent only half the day on the computer. As a team leader, I was in shock that with all the reports and assessments and notes I was supposed to do, that I only had a half day training by a former employee they brought in to train myself and one other counselor. I came in the next week and not one person stopped by to ask if I needed anything or just to say "Hi." Not even my supervisor! The two social workers I was told I could ask for help were booked with clients back to back. There was no manual to help me figure my way around the computer and no material for the outpatient groups. Here's the best part - I was never told in my interview that I was solely responsible for bringing in clients for the intensive outpatient program. It's the worst experience I've ever had as the other employees would smile and say "Hi" but it did not feel like a friendly atmosphere at all. I lasted there for only three weeks. Good riddance. This place has a very high turnover rate and there are many things they do that are unethical. I filed two complaints against them regarding confidentiality issues regarding patients and myself. Lastly, their insurance benefits are terrible. They use United Health.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.