I have been working at ResCare WorkForce full-time (More than a year)
The management team does a great job hiring team members that will be a good fit socially. Pay is good for an entry level position. You get to learn a lot about the workforce development system and community resources. Awesome exposure to the non-profit world. Very customer service focused. Better fit for someone who has a working spouse whose job has good benefits. Dental and vision insurance is really good.
A LOT OF DATA ENTRY. We're forced to give the clients the run-around for the help they need due to lack of funding. Contract employment, no room for growth, communication between grant funder, managers and lay members is terrible, processing time off and payroll is a nightmare, healthcare benefits aren't great - high deductible, no employer contribution. 2 CEO changes in last 6 months.
Advice to Management
We notice all of the closed door meetings in upper manager world and it makes us feel uncomfortable. Communicate to staff with a purpose.
I applied in-person. I interviewed at ResCare WorkForce (Salem, OR) in June 2017.
As an internal candidate who met necessary qualification, I was informed that I was offered an interview. Once offered the initial interview, I was provided with next steps, which was to wait and hear if the position would be offered to me. Due to some organizational restructure, I was informed that the position was put on hold.
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