Arbor Circle - Typical non profit with some positive advantages and some areas needing improvement | Glassdoor
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"Typical non profit with some positive advantages and some areas needing improvement"

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Current Employee - Case Manager in Grand Rapids, MI
Current Employee - Case Manager in Grand Rapids, MI
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Pros

Genuine and personable senior leadership. Dedicated employees who work hard and are passionate about their jobs. Competitive pay and benefits. Small organization allows for more flexibility with employees and more personal treatment. Decent vacation benefit. Good reputation in the community.

Cons

Retirement package does not provide employer matching funds, health benefits are nothing special (typical of non-profits at this time). In an attempt to leverage funding, lots of new programs constantly popping up, but internal infrastrucure is not suited for that, so lots of logistical problems (office space, equipment sharing, rotating supervisors, etc.). Be prepared to do lots and lots of paperwork.

Advice to Management

Keep up the good work.

Other Employee Reviews for Arbor Circle

  1. "Great overall organization with program specific struggles"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook

    Pros

    Base pay for new social workers higher than other non-profits, supportive/fun environment, ability to move around programs, dedicated senior staff with many years invested, a great place to gain experience. Recommend to a friend, but be aware of cons section before hire.

    Cons

    Pay is low with little room for advancement, paperwork is endless, always work more than salaried for, 7 day 24 hour on call difficult to balance own case load, duties often cross over into case management, very hard to balance all expectations of paperwork, training, production. Many staff come in on weekends to complete paperwork. Very quick burn out rate.

    Advice to Management

    On going systemic changes that usually are beyond managements control, budget cuts, and increased expectations are pushing people away.


  2. "Reimbursement Specilaist"

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    Former Employee - Yes Definitely, But Please Know What IS Going On and Address IT in Grand Haven, MI
    Former Employee - Yes Definitely, But Please Know What IS Going On and Address IT in Grand Haven, MI
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    Neutral Outlook

    I worked at Arbor Circle full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Very nice upper managment, and alot of nice co-workers. Their mission is awesome!

    Cons

    Building A just doesn't know anything that is going on at \Building C. My co-worker had a clubbed foot couldn't walk the greatest but she was amazing. the other day because this co-worker didn't want to get in to trouble.

    Advice to Management

    Get way involved in Bldg's C and dig. There is an extreme issue. I really love Arbor circle but when someone is being treated wrong it makes me cry.

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