- Lindamood Bell Learning Processes04.Dec 2015
This company does not give many avenues for career advancement or development. Training is extremely rare, promotions are even more so. Good luck trying to move up in a company that only advances people who never call out sick and are willing to work a difficult job for next to no pay.
Suggestions for improvement
- I would like to see this company raise the minimum wage for clinicians from $12/hr to no less than $16/hr. This is a job which requires intensive training, strong skills in several different areas, and a phenomenal amount of patience. The clinicians deserve more than they currently earn. I would also suggest more training throughout the year; the opportunity for clinicians to openly interview for positions within their center (i.e. Office Assistant), rather than the center director simply choosing someone; and fair employment status. If a clinician works year-round instead of just for the summer season, they're employee status should read part- or full-time rather than seasonal. This way, they will have access to benefits (such as paid holidays) that they would not have access to otherwise.