- Newark Renaissance House Inc10.Dec 2015
Support from management
Upper management micro-manages everyone, made it hard to work.
The teams support each other, everyone has each other's back. It was the highlight of working there.
I started in a part time position and within a week I had a position created for my skillset and within 6 months I moved into the full time position I wanted.
Overall compensation for your work
The other draw back is that compared to other places in the same field, NRH severely underpays it's staff. We're talking 10.000-15,000 under.
Working in treatment, it's hard to have the separation. I used to get calls at home about clients, but I knew what I was getting into and it didn't bother me.
When I moved to the full time position it was during a time where the state was transitioning to the way they pay facilities. Due to the cut in pay to the facility they started laying off people. Last to hire, first to fire.
Suggestions for improvement
- No one felt secure, it feels that you can be let go any day and that they don't want you. Show care for your employees.
What I like about the company
To be honest, Upper Management left a bad taste in my mouth. Some were amazing, some made you wonder how they got the job, and some made you wonder why you worked there?
What I dislike about the company
The support from my peers, they really look out for each other.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyNewark Renaissance House Inc
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2013