- KidsTLC07.Apr 2019
Suggestions for improvement
- A culture where employees feel safe and secure to discuss/report potential concerns (IE: Sexual harassement reports), and are not ostracized and/or fired for taking concerns to HR.
What I like about the company
There were many teammates I worked with directly that were awesome and there for the right reasons. The direct co-workers were never the issue, as much as the management. There were numerous harassment allegations (of various types) and when co-workers went to HR they were quickly fired for another (arbitrary) reason. My co-workers were supportive, had a 'team' mentality and were there to help children in serious need of help. The support staff, IE: therapy team, medical team, were all wonderful, as well. The MOST positive experience I took away from the job was the kids I worked directly with. I learned a lot from them and it definitely confirmed that I'd gotten the right degree/into the appropriate line of work AND prepared me for my future place of employment.
What I dislike about the company
The supervisors and management were not approachable and I personally was very anxious about interacting with many of them. It created a toxic environment with one program manager directly in charge of all employees and a limited scope of what was occurring on the wings due to only listening to select employees. (I believe there was a dramatic change in the management structure/persons in management after I had moved onto my next employer, so this account is reflective of working there from 2010-2015.)
The following benefits were offered to me
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former employee