There is way to much gossiping and not enough professionalism.
Support from management
Management is very quick to terminate an employee.
Co-workers are very supportive to eachother.
Freedom to work independently
There is to much micro management
Communication between employee and management is very poor.
Although AHRC NYC is dominated dy females there are a good hand full of males that also work there.
Attitude towards older colleagues
The elders receive plenty of respect.
The only way your career can develop is if the management is either your family or you did something promiscuous.
Overall compensation for your work
There is absolutely no compensation for the employees work.
Office / Work Environment
There is plenty of gossiping, a lot of hired staff who endure in a lot of promiscuous behavior.
They are very good on paper saving when copying docucuments.
The responsibly put on the worker is to much for very little pay.
The company image looks great to those on the outside
No one's job is secured there. You can be working one day and gone the next. They can offer you a position and take back just as fast as they offered it too you.
T he building has button on the front door to help the disabled to pass through. There are evelvators that are always available.
Work place safety is good. Plenty of security.
As stayed t he responsibilities are overwhelming with very little pay.
Inclusive / Diverse
The staff is very diverse as there are many different ethnic cultures that work.
Suggestions for improvement
- A new management team needs to be changed. They are only interested in how much money is generated and not the true well being of the individuals with intellectual disabilities.
What I like about the company
The one thing I like about AHRC is that they allow individuals with disability to work as employees as well.
What I dislike about the company
What I do not like is the amount od pay given to its employees. The amount of responsibility is way to much. Those with disabilities make more money then those with out a disability and who also have degrees.