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- "Benefits are good but not up to other non" (in 13 reviews)
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- 5.0Sep 28, 2015P-T Crisis CounselorFormer Employee, less than 1 yearNew Orleans, LA
Services provided are crucial to N.O. and Metairie, LA. Would consider P-T position if mang improved. (LCSW-CFAS, DULUTH trained D.V.)
Upper Management Staff unstable and I experienced communication problems. One of the Management.Staffs conduct was difficult. I quit! Staff turnover a major issue.
- 2.0Aug 25, 2016Central Office TechnicianFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsPhiladelphia, PA
Salaries in the administrative office are fair. Fantastic PTO and flexible, casual atmosphere. Learning is encouraged.
Salaries in the programs are abysmal; some program directors with master's degrees are making less than admin assistants at the central office. Upper management is clueless. They've never worked anywhere else, and don't know squat about the departments they oversee; that renders them unable to hire qualified people to hear those departments. Lots of backbiting and backstabbing among senior management. Expectations change daily, if not hourly. You're told one thing one minute, only to find out after you complete the task that the manager wanted something else. Management spends unprecedented amounts of time patting themselves on the back. They also tout the organizational values, but follow those values only when it suits them.6