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What Employees Say
I have been working at Applied Behavior Consultants part-time for less than a year
Paid training, paid RBT examination, paid CPR certification, caring staff members, bettering children's lives
Don't get enough working hours if working in home
I have been working at BIS (Behavior Intervention Services) full-time for more than 3 years
All of the managers and administrative really care about the clients here. They have some of the more challenging clients I've worked with, but the way everyone on the teams cares for the clients is... awesome! There are 3 different departments and different position types available where you can work a variety of hours that work for you. The managers in the field really work along side of you and the office staff are friendly if I have to go up there. If there is a question i have they are very easy to get a hold of respond, even when it's after hours. I love that there's the option for over time if I wanted and there's an opportunity to be trained at so many locations! They also offer good benefits and have positions that you can work your way up if that's what you want to do.
There are times when other coworkers call off or are late which can be hard, but that's not really the managers fault. They have an on call scheduler you can notify right away, so they try to get you... off work as quick as possible. They offer PTO, but sometimes it's hard if you're sick and trying to save for a vacation. I heard they are trying to work on this though since it's something everyone seems to complain about. Although sometimes it's hard working with parents and some clients, the managers and admin staff always try to make sure we feel appreciated which is nice.
Advice to Management
Continue to listen to your employee suggestions and let them feel heard.