- Community Network Services Inc.04.May 2017
Suggestions for improvement
- The President and his Human Resource Director needs to do the honors and resign to save the company. They have literally destroyed this company's reputation within the professional communities.
What I like about the company
Health and dental benefits; Close parking; Multiple locations
What I dislike about the company
The Community Mental Health needs to do an emergency take over their contract agency, Community Network Services. The employees have been forbidden to voice their concerns to Community Mental Health and the Board, which oversees this nonprofit agency. A Supervisor was terminated for speaking with a Board Member in 2016. Community Mental Health needs to do an investigation in the matters of Community Network Service's Human Resources and Senior Leadership Team. In 2016, many Supervisors were forewarned that the Human Resources Director and President planned to do a "shake-down" of the agency, which began around 12/2016 and continuing. It was their intent to wrongly terminate and force many staff to resign. The President, the Human Resource Director, and the Senior Leadership Team strategically and systemically targeted any staff, whom they did not favor regardless of the their work ethic and quality of work. As one of the reviewers stated, "The agency is being ran by incompetent, unqualified, and ignorant African American friends and family members.' Everyone is tight-lipped about voicing their concerns to the Board and CMH for fear of losing their job. This President's slouchy obese appearance matches his poor values, which does not befit a person in his position. In my opinion, he is as corrupt as Kwame Kilpatrick and his administration. I understand that the head of the Board , Ben Johnson, is another one of his friends, who enables the President and Human Resource Director to remain in his position inspite of the corruption. I personally believe Community Mental Health and the county needs to begin to privately interview staff regarding the internal affairs of this company. Staff can hear the Senior Leadership Team Members having screaming matches during their meetings. These type of meetings are frequent and very inappropriate for an office. And this is CNS Leadership. This company needs swift intervention. The Administration and Programs Department is divided from the top down. There are many staff members, who are suspected of alcohol and substance abuse on/off the job. Unbeknownst to the President and his Administration, the suspected drug abuse may be the contributing factor of very low productivity and performance, incompetency, and the longstanding neglect of clients. Community Network Services needs to do a random drug testing from the Administration down to the Clinical Case Managers, Physician Assistants, IT and Clerical Staffs. The county needs to run criminal background checks on the President's friends and family, who are holding the administrative and manager positions. the criminal background checks will reveal these individuals are unqualified. Community Network Service's recovery will begin with the removal of the current President and his corrupt friends, family, and church buddies from administration, This President has been known for having many open sexual relationships with staff. At some point, Program Managers and Supervisor have requested for him to end his sexual relationship with a specific mentally ill and physically disabled Clinical Case Manager to allow her to do her job. The President safeguards this Clinical Case Manager based on his past indiscretions regardless of her historically low work performance. Supervisors have been forbidden to take any form of disciplinary action against the worker due to her being "politically connected." This is one of many indiscreet relationships he has had during his employment. When the company protects and safeguard incompetent staff, and terminate quality workers, the only losers are the clients. So, this is the President, who oversees Community Network Services. Most, if not all, staff are aware of the President's open indiscretions and "dirty laundry" with Clinical Chief Officer, Human Resource Director, and Clinical Case Managers, etc. Making this information public allows clients and the community to make an informed decision about the quality of care; and potential employees to decide to invest their time in this company.