They are pretty unorganized and seems the company has gotten greedy. They want more clients, but refuse to hire more staff. Lowers the quality of intervention for the many clients. It used to be "intensive intervention", meaning 1:1 ratio; however, by the time I left it was 3:1 ratio.
Minimal communication from staff in clinic. Unless it's to give a negative review. Seldom praise.
Womens' attire was scrutinized. If a client found a staff member attractive and would make comments giving his opinion, the staff/employee was reprimanded! Absurd!
Overall compensation for your work
Lots of off-sight work that isn't necessarily compensated.
At the whim of an administrator disliking you (for any particular reason), you're fired. That easy.
I was always proud of my work. With or without recognition, I knew I was helping a child's life progress.
Inclusive / Diverse
Not necessarily. Diverse ideas and/or opinions mean nothing to the few in charge.
Suggestions for improvement
- Communicate with staff before becoming condescending. Hire more staff so as to improve the quality of treatment to the client as well as alleviate workload to employees.
What I like about the company
Opportunity to learn and experience other aspects of mental health and behavior intervention techniques. Worked with my scheduling needs.
What I dislike about the company
Lack of communication. Lack of supporting staff when clients become verbally aggressive. Lack of pay raises.