- Childhelp, Inc.07.Jan 2017
Suggestions for improvement
- Promote more from within. Place more value on the direct care workers.
Any body can get a job here, don't have to have experience or skill's to do this job.
Any body can get a job here, not good considering the children you are responsible for. Poor management, favoritism, low pay, NO raises, which you are not told when you are hired.Very high insurance premiums. Racial inequality. Poor staffing, two double shifts a week, mandatory. Constant verbal abuse. Concerns or questions go unanswered. No appreciation from upper management, you are just a warm body.
No support from supervisors
Some actually work, most just write you up
multiple directions from different management departments
No advancements nor encouragement or raises
No raises for staff in 6 years, even a reduction in pay across all staff. This year the Director was given permission to give raises, he decided to give bigger raises to select management and administration employees, while not a single education nor direct care staff received one.