I have been working at St. Coletta of Wisconsin full-time (Less than a year)
Wonderful clients, wise, practical, problem solving CEO, all DSPs were given a $3/hr raise, on site training, inspiring history -- the sisters were ahead of their time in their treatment of individuals with disabilities, maintenance is very responsive to work requests, and decent benefits.
Management plays favorites at times, catty coworkers, health insurance is quite pricey after paying premiums, deductibles, and co-pays, and a error laden, unreliable payroll system. Most importantly, for a humanistic organization, certain management and human resources personnel are consistently rude and unprofessional, yet for unknown reasons are allowed to behave this way.
Advice to Management
Get rid of all employees with poor attitudes and behavior that is not in line with the St. Coletta mission!Rude, condescending behavior has no place here! I won't single anyone out, but anyone with eyes and ears should know exactly which (2) employees I'm referring to. They do not discriminate, treating everyone from subordinates to management to clients poorly! If their behaviors indicate that they don't like working with people, they should be shown the door!
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at St. Coletta of Wisconsin (Rolling Meadows, IL).
1. Application submission.
2. Call and pre-screen from HR: gave general overview of company
3. Interview and pre-employment testing (reading comprehension)
4. On site tour/interview with supervisor
5. Phone offer: detailed overview of training process and requirements.
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