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Roger shared his experience, "I had a monthly subscription, yet every time I tried to use it said I needed to purchase it. I called support and after confirming I had a monthly subscription they transferred me to another support team to fix the issue. After waiting over an hour with no answer I decided enough was enough and cancelled my monthly subscription. They charged me another $30 for early termination. Adobe is a great product but their service and subscription model sucks."
Actvties Manager (Former Employee) says"You work more then the hours the center is open you have to be there before during and after they close so much is dumped on you you never have enough time also there is little to no training you just make it up as you go and turn over us is so high your lucky to even know your coworkers name never there last name upper management is unreasonable there isn't any help over worked and under paid comes to mind never know what kinda of day you will have very unorganized"
Finance (Former Employee) says"The only positive review that I have is that there were a few individuals I did enjoy working with and happy I had the opportunity to meet them. Other than that, I have nothing else positive to say about the Corporate sector of this business. Cons: Horrible insurance. No room to advance. No management. Petty & Cheap."
Nurse (Former Employee) says"This company does not care about its employees or the members it serves. Every staff is disposable and everyone knows it. There are minimal staff and always well below the state mandated guidelines. No one seems to care that the nurses and CNA's are overloaded at all times and often put in unsafe situations. The culture is toxic on so many levels and there is minimal professionalism. CNA's make minimum wage. Why bother dealing with the stress of higher ups who don't care about you and disgruntled members for minimum wage when you can work in retail or Dunkin Donuts and make the same or more! Nurses make a laughable amount. The hours are good but you never know when you may be required to work more or less. I would never recommend this company to even an enemy to work at or have their family member go here."
Program Aide (Former Employee) says"This company is by far the worst company I have ever worked for. They don’t appreciate you as a hard worker or compensate you for all your skills and abilities to make the company better. The District manager travels to every company in MN and watch the one in Edina crumble before her eyes and not do thing about it. She hired an inexperienced, confused, and unprofessional manager to run this particular location. Both are oblivious of how messed up the place is and are very rude and disrespectful. When I worked here, they both acted childish like it was a high school. I’d never recommend this place nor would I ever work for this company again. It is a disgrace to have a company like this caring for our elderly."
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says"This company is no good. There are always problems from staff to members it just isn’t a healthy place. Now it’s under new management hopefully lot they’re coming up because sheesh"
Driver (Former Employee) says"It's turned into a micro managed machine that only cares for its own pockets. Claims they care about the members but are constantly changing on them which is one of the hardest things for the members to deal with. Have gotten called and accused of things that were not true. Have a high turnover because they do not care about any of the employees that actually keep their business running. Best advise....STAY AWAY!"
Driver (Former Employee) says"This company is very dysfunctional there are no repercussions when employees call off you pretty much are worked like a dog poor management the pay is not worth what employees go through I would not recommend employment"
Direct Support Professional (DSP) says"If they have better raises or even a bonus some times would be great. Employees would be happier for it. And if management actually cared about the employee just a little more."
Aide (Current Employee) says"This place is not a great place to work at."
Transportation Director (Former Employee) says"Is the worst place I ever worked for . The Center Director is a love, but every one else there is a disaster. Most of the workers all wants to be bosses and the Director doesn't address the issues. Not letting others to comply with there work duties. Also when the census is low at the center the regional manager request the director to start cutting hours from their employees (starting from the lowest paying rates ,which is $10 per hour). Employers there really doesn't have any stability. Cons: Dosen't pay for lunch breaks, poor costly health insurance, 40 hours not guaranteed"
Program assistant (Former Employee) says"The company allows work place verbal harassment and bullying! You work very hard and the company is never satisfied! Never get raise on time you wait all year and 6 months for a 10 cent raise! Management will not help you if your having problems with harassment or feel uncomfortable at work!!!!!! Cons: Unfair pay rates"
Resident asst/ home health (Former Employee) says"Terrible management, no benefits, company very unorganized, pay is not worth it for the work and stress. I would not recommend anyone work for this company. Cons: no breaks. poor pay. no benefits"
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) says"Was very difficult I new more than what they can show management was bad work place did alot of mistake with lots of job elated they was not fair to their clients either deal everyday with the same errors I enjiy working with the nurses there and the clients"
Care Provider (Current Employee) says"The worst place on earth to work at. This place is full of drama backstabbing. The whole place is going to he🏒🏒 the management they pretend to be so sweet and professional they don’t give a dog about you or how you feel. the employees there lazy loud ghetto. Do not tell no one your business I don’t care if you just got a new dog. the people there are very hateful jealous. STAY AWAY!!!!!! insecbeginafyouonce they find your"
Kitchen Supervisor / ProgramAssistant (Former Employee) says"Not enough good floor staff!!"
Program Assistant (Current Employee) says"Bad company, dangerous circumstances that management stays out of the way of for you to face alone! Stay away from this company for your own good, especially if you value your self respect"
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) says"Management sucks, they fire you for no reason, suspend you for something some one else did that worked there longer than you so they don’t lose their job, they expect you to stay shut when they belittle you in front of everyone (co workers, visitors, clients) HR will not help you, they have pervs working there, alcoholics, etc. place is trash! Cons: Terrible management."
Driver (Former Employee) says"Poor management, bad hours, you have to drive broken buses, you have to use your own GPS company does not supply. HR will not help you. The company works you to death. Cons: read review"
Driver (Former Employee) says"You have to drive buses that are broken, Management has no clue what it means to manage people. Long days. Micro managed. HR will not work with you. You have to use your own GPS, company does not supply. Cons: Company culture"
Program Manager (Current Employee) says"Active Day could be a great place to work if their corporate office cared about their day to day employees and recognized their hard work and gave incentives to compensate for their pay. The members are a joy to work with and you meet some great people with in the company however their cooperate office knows nothing of the people who work with their individuals or the individuals they serve. Corporate needs to change some of their goals to produce a better company Cons: Low paying company"
Former Employee - Group Planning Director says"I worked at TBWA\Chiat\Day full-time for more than a year Cons: Thriving culture of racism and misogyny- Black and Brown employees suffer under a culture that pretends to "embed" Brands in culture; Every Black and brown person who I know who has worked there in last 20 years has shared horror stories of both unconscious and conscious bias in treatment."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at TBWA\Chiat\Day full-time for more than a year Cons: Toxic Toxic Toxic Rob thinks it's 1997. The agency would benefit greatly from a new leader. Nancy thinks it's the hunger games. One Dept Head was canned for bullying which had been going on for years. Another was fired for sleeping with a married co worker."
Current Employee - Data Analyst says"I have been working at TBWA\Chiat\Day full-time for more than a year Cons: I worked on data and analytics team for close to a year, Everything is chaotic. Most of them are not aware of what the day to day responsibilities look lie, no clear communication, lot of gender discrimination. Lot of manipulative work is being done and clients are often told lies."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at TBWA\Chiat\Day full-time for more than 3 years Cons: No culture Toxic environment Lack of leadership and vision No longer dog friendly Yearlong new business slump"
Former Employee - Account Management says"I worked at TBWA\Chiat\Day full-time Cons: It's a toxic environment - A lot of big egos. There is no work/life balance. They'll squeeze everything they can out of you...but it looks good on a resume."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at TBWA\Chiat\Day full-time for more than a year Cons: Every day you spend there realizing you fell for a lie"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at TBWA\Chiat\Day full-time for more than a year Cons: Upper management and HR is located in NYC, which is a part of the problem. They don't see the toxic culture and ineptitude of the in-office upper management. Upper management is hands-off of the daily projects and sets unrealistic expectations of employees. Some workers are "favorites" and work remote 30-50% even though company "policy" is 1 day a month and never a Monday or Friday. Unheard of in this day and age. Grossly understaffed, especially in the media dept. But that doesn't mean the upper management will pitch in. Client work is shabby because they bend over for unrealistic turn-around times. Bonuses are non-existent and they don't invest in their employees growth. Engage has an identity crisis. They dabble in too many areas and not perfect any of them."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at TBWA\Chiat\Day full-time Cons: Horribly run. Highly political. Highly stressful. Has no company self-awareness. And the hours are brutal. Mostly because management is awful and can't say no to clients' idiotic demands. The CEO is great, but he's flanked by people who are incompetent and only care about protecting their own career trajectories."
Former Employee - Art Director says"I worked at TBWA\Chiat\Day full-time for more than a year Cons: Management is very good at self promotion and making anyone outside of the agency think that they know what they're doing. But, they don't. The Managing Director already ran one agency into the ground and she's doing the same thing here. The CEO was bounced to from LA to NY because everyone in LA hated him and they couldn't find anyone else to run the NY office. New business has pretty much dried up and, even if they win an account, they can't keep it. Lots of yelling and finger pointing and some really good folks have lost their jobs because they ended up being scapegoats."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at TBWA\Chiat\Day full-time Cons: - New Business: TBWA does not know how to pitch, win, or maintain business. The system is flawed (probably because there isn't one). The New Business department spends thousands of dollars, overworking 20 year olds until they nearly collapse. The win rate is pretty dismal. And if they do win the pitch, they can't keep the account for more than a few months. There is no transition plan, and absolutely no thought behind organic growth. It's thankless and pretty pathetic. - Leadership: The Worldwide, New York and LA leadership teams strongly disagree on policy and have no problem hiding that from the rest of the agency. In New York, they are all mandated to take "Leadership Training" classes so learn how to properly behave in a professional environment and avoid massive blowups/temper tantrums. Not exactly the creative "mentors" you'd think they would be. There are multiple fights between the NY leadership team - in the middle of meetings, on weekends, on calls. Multiple meetings where people screamed at each other, fighting over the subjective opinions of their own egos."
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