- Richmond Children Services15.Dec 2015
There are no fairness and or trust, within the company as a whole. However, trust and fairness are sometimes created within the individual site locations either between the staff themselves and or the Supervisor/Managers who are willing to go the extra mile for his or her sites.
Support from management
This does not exist, unless you are co-mingling with them outside of work, still you can be thrown under the "Bus" at any time.
Just get the work done at whatever cost, as long as they are not asked to pay overtime.
Freedom to work independently
work load is always unfairly distributed, because they are unable to retain qualify staff. works are always being piled up on you because that is how the company operate.
communication is very distorted....
None-exsitence, too busy holding the floor to attend any training to further your career. Most of the time staff get burned out, and quit......
Overall compensation for your work
Benefits are available to all, but monetary compensations to match the experience dedications and load of work assigned to staff only exit to those who are well connected with the CEO, or related to someone who is well connected. In many instances positions are created and offered to people who has no experience, only the fact that they are well connected to someone in the upper administrative rank.....
In this company, you go to work, you never know when you're going home to your family. They are ill prepared to retain great workers. They spend a lot of money in training but does not serve their workers any good. They are constantly training new staff which means longer hours for those who are already on the job. some staff don't even make it through orientation, or barely made it, then quit once they are assigned to a site........
the majority of the employees there don't think too kindly of this company, and their view definitely reflect the day to day operation of this company as a whole, and how they treat people in general
There is no job security, especially among those who stand for fairness and equality.
Helping residents accomplishing a task and seeing the satisfaction in their faces make all the difference in the world.
Suggestions for improvement
- Recognize staff all the time, not only on DSP week (it's a joke). Treat staff the way they want them to treat the individuals served.
What I like about the company
Meeting a diverse population.
What I dislike about the company
Their inability to retains great staff.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyRichmond Children Services
- CityMount Kisko
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?n/a