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Review averages

  • 14 employees say

    Excellent (6)
    42.857142857143%
    Good (2)
    14.285714285714%
    Satisfactory (4)
    28.571428571429%
    Subpar (2)
    14.285714285714%
    3,5
  • 9 applicants say

    Excellent (6)
    66.666666666667%
    Good (0)
    0%
    Satisfactory (1)
    11.111111111111%
    Subpar (2)
    22.222222222222%
    3,57

Reviews for Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes

Reviews - What employees say

3,5 Employees say
3,57 Applicants say

Suggestions for improvement

  • Increase pay by at least $5 for all positions below regional director level, hold consistent periods for staff review and staff development, create more positions for instructional support based on region or specifically to address challenge student needs and/or behavioral challenges. Create more localized positions for center-based support (IT, for one - if we're going to host so many online sessions, we need reasonable access to technology support). Review the Academy program for reasonable progress for each student, and provide the promised level of instructional attention. Create instructor rolls in each center so these students have a team they can access consistently, rather than trying to split up the sensory cognitive instructors and creating confusion for the office managers that have to manage/plan time.

What I like about the company

Local staff in my office were mostly kind and flexible. Families we worked with are incredible, and genuinely want to see positive changes so they are receptive to feedback and usually work hard to encourage use of skills at home or in the classroom. Connecting with local teachers was also rewarding, as we could see how our clinical services could be used in a variety of classrooms. The kids we worked with were usually well behaved and were willing to do challenging work to be successful when they returned to school. Behavior challenges were frequent, but most could be managed with appropriate and reasonable intervention. The actual work that we did was very special and fulfilling. The company culture is incredibly toxic though.

What I dislike about the company

Upper management, refusal to treat specific challenge students individually (requesting support often got you more critical feedback for your own methods/attempts than actual feedback on how to help your student), meetings that took up too much time and were not consistently relevant to challenges you were facing in your own center. Mismanagement of time throughout the company. Refusal by upper management to confront interpersonal issues within an office (specifically, sexual harassment and physical threats), micromanaging instead of providing appropriate resources to complete overwhelming quantity of tasks. Generally sour attitude towards lower-level staff in individual centers - as if we were replaceable if we made too many requests for assistance or resources. Pay was incredibly low as well, with only two merit-based raises in six years, and one cost of living adjustment (that the company then tried to pass off as a general raise). My (white, female) predecessor made almost $2/hour more than I did when I was promoted to her position, and when she put in a request for me to get a raise, she was told to tell me they weren't offering raises - and she was given a .50/hour raise.

Company Culture
3
Support from management
1
Teamwork
2
Freedom to work independently
2
Internal Communication
2
Gender Equality
3
Attitude towards older colleagues
3
Career Development
2
Overall compensation for your work
2
Office / Work Environment
4
Environmental Friendliness
1
Work-Life Balance
3
Company Image
3
Job Security
4
Handicapped Accessibility
4
Workplace Safety
5
Challenging Work
4
Inclusive / Diverse
3

The following benefits were offered to me

Parking is offered 401(k) is offered 401(k) Match is offered Paid time off is offered Healthcare (including vision and dental) is offered Life insurance is offered
  • Company
    Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
  • City
    San Luis Obispo
  • Are you a Current or Former Employee?
    n/a
  • Position
    Employee

The following perks were offered to me

Employee discounts is offered

Suggestions for improvement

  • Fairer opportunities, respect and better treatment of employees, less focus on profits and more focus on students.

What I like about the company

Great management at my center, lots of fun working with students, very rewarding when results showed and teaching paid off.

What I dislike about the company

The level of nepotism and fixation on profits completely takes away the merit and success the company can tout. Additionally, HR should follow up strongly on employee complaints - i and others faced retaliation for going to HR from higher management. Regional management in my area worked hard to place blame for failing centers on the people at the bottom of the ladder. Employees, especially on the lower rungs, work hard and should be valued and respected.

Company Culture
3
Support from management
1
Teamwork
2
Freedom to work independently
2
Internal Communication
2
Gender Equality
5
Attitude towards older colleagues
4
Career Development
2
Overall compensation for your work
2
Office / Work Environment
5
Environmental Friendliness
2
Work-Life Balance
2
Company Image
1
Job Security
1
Handicapped Accessibility
4
Workplace Safety
5
Challenging Work
4
Inclusive / Diverse
2
  • Company
    Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
  • City
    Naperville
  • Are you a Current or Former Employee?
    Former employee
  • Position
    Employee

Suggestions for improvement

  • Unnecessary pay cuts are hurting your already poorly paid employees. Blaming victims of sexual harassment and assault in the workplace is unacceptable. support and training is not appropriate or effective. The discrimination against women and minorities must end now!

What I like about the company

All positive experiences are from students themselves but not from the company. The only reason I’ve stayed is to continue helping students with the difficulties they experience while learning.

What I dislike about the company

Wages, benefits, knowledgeable management, age, sex, and racial discrimination, employee support, sexual harassment.

Company Culture
1
Support from management
1
Teamwork
2
Freedom to work independently
3
Internal Communication
1
Gender Equality
1
Attitude towards older colleagues
1
Career Development
1
Overall compensation for your work
1
Office / Work Environment
1
Environmental Friendliness
1
Work-Life Balance
1
Company Image
1
Job Security
2
Handicapped Accessibility
1
Workplace Safety
1
Challenging Work
5
Inclusive / Diverse
1

The following benefits were offered to me

401(k) is offered
  • Company
    Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
  • City
    New York
  • Are you a Current or Former Employee?
    Current employee
  • Position
    Employee

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Review averages

  • 14 employees say

    Excellent (6)
    42.857142857143%
    Good (2)
    14.285714285714%
    Satisfactory (4)
    28.571428571429%
    Subpar (2)
    14.285714285714%
    3,5
  • 9 applicants say

    Excellent (6)
    66.666666666667%
    Good (0)
    0%
    Satisfactory (1)
    11.111111111111%
    Subpar (2)
    22.222222222222%
    3,57

kununu score comparisons

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
3,53
23 reviews

Industry average (Primary & Secondary Education/Higher Education/E-Learning)
3,63
71.667 reviews

kununu average
3,33
3,037,000 reviews