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Rushford Center Jobs in Meriden, CT

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27 days ago

Clinician III

Rushford Meriden, CT

treatment plan determining level of care. Assumes a caseload and performs an array of counseling services independently (without direct… StartWire

27 days ago


Rushford Meriden, CT

Rushford Center in Meriden is looking for a psychiatric APRN for a busy mental health and substance abuse center. The APRN will be responsible for… StartWire

24 days ago

Clinical Supervisor

Rushford Middletown, CT

The Clinical Supervisor will supervise the program to ensure that a high quality, cost-effective service is delivered by the department and that is… StartWire

27 days ago

Nurse Manager

Rushford Middletown, CT

-Oversees process and training of supervised self-administration medication process for clinical assistants. -Responsible for recruiting hiring… StartWire

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  • Hostile Work Evnironment - Bottom Line Value

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Durham, CT
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Durham, CT
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    I worked at Rushford Center full-time (More than a year)


    Some of the employees there are good hearted, salt of the earth people. Great benefits and health plans.


    Employees were not trained well and often time incompetent. Constant new management and buyouts from Hartford Healthcare lead to a cycle of different cultures and tired employee. Good employees are not valued or promoted so they leave... constantly training new people. Very poor interview process looking at the employees who are hired. Employees live in fear of programs closing or violent clients. Since there is so much emphasis on the bottom line adolescents are often accepted when they do not meet what the program dictates. The employees are not trained to handle the clients that are accepted. Over and over again staff would go to upper management about concerns and they would be belittled and told that nothing was wrong.

    Advice to Management

    Do not create such a hostile environment where manager and staff are constantly fearful that the bottom line is not being met. This creates a culture that does not keep employees and is bad for the client. Hire more educated employees with stronger clinical backgrounds and professionalism.

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