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Staff have no support from the Management,The new supervisor treats workers robot, overworked and burnout staff. Loved the staffs but because of the stress I need to quit. One reason why there’s lot of staff are quitting without Giving notice.
Staff potluck every weekend
Burn out, stressful
Lots of consultants in management positions, with majority of salaries going to over paid consultants, while day to day full time staff are under paid. Toxic and fearful environment created by consultants who fear displacement. Not collaborative.
The programs provided to clients do make a difference in their lives.
Low salary. Lack of opportunity for advancement.
Working at MOD was O.k. suggestions given to management were overlooked . Strong capitalist and bureaucratic values. Ethnocentric. Decisions are not discussed with staff- worked for three years using my own cell phone to contact clients. Training was limited . Management does not support staff learning or progression or education . Limited diversity in hiring practices . Nice people. Underpaid. Benefits are good .
Remote work with very good telephone support from co-workers and management. Realistic case load. Slightly less professional development than other companies
Lower pay than industry standard
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A great place to work! Workplace culture positive.Various hours of work.Great and positive management skills,Equal opportunity workplace.Positive envirorment
educational opportunities, free lunches on occasion, great supervisor and vison
Pay is low for some positions compared to the amount of work you have.
I enjoyed working with the March of Dimes. The staff, the management and the organization are a delight. It is truly unfortunate that Covid 19 impacted the organization and many positions we eliminated. Mine too :(
Great people and parking
MODC is a fun and collaborative place to work. I have had the opportunity to learn and grow within my role and progressed from a contract worker to a full time employee. There is visibility with Senior Management who will take any suggestions you have seriously and provide good, real time feedback to you. There is a lot of in house training for anyone who is looking to gain new skills that either directly relate to or indirectly relate to your position. I would highly recommend this place to work for anyone looking to improve their current skill set and likes to work as a part of a team!
Good benefits, Meaningful work.
Positive, friendly, team-oriented workplace. You are provided with lots of challenges and areas in which to grow and develop your skills. The company's mission is wonderful and you get to contribute towards that. They have managed very well during the COVID-19 pandemic and have worked hard to support employees. Good benefits and salary package for a non-profit.
Opportunity to develop and grow your skills.
March of Dimes can be a very fulfilling job but I wouldn’t recommend working full time as you will get burn out. It is very face paced and day shifts can be exhausting. You also work afternoons and night shifts. The pay is ok, not great. You do get benefits part time if you put in the minimum requirement for hours but they are not great either. It is, however, better than no benefits. You will meet some wonderful clients as well as some difficult ones. You must have a caring and compassionate personality or this job is not for you.
Some great co workers
Demanding, can get burn out easy
Great place to help others - i truly enjoyed working clients suffering of stroke or brain injury communication is keydaily creativity in communication tools.
not alot money
Hard workers are not appreciated. Rules are not followed by all. Complaints are not taken seriously by all or fairly for all. A lot of problems are swept under the carpet.
loved the clients
clicks are bad and management is unfair
great place to work great clients busy day to day tons of learning can happen advancement happens pays good to start and grows pretty well on anniversary date
The hardest part of the job is when one of the consumers pass as you are with them for so many years and a bond is created with them in a professional manner. The hours are not long and they offer a half hr break which some days are not enough especially if you are full time at a building. The way the schedule is done does not leave a lot of wiggle room to change shifts when personal events happen. Overall not a bad company to work for.
If you're a psw but not wanting to work in a nursing home or take on so many people, this is the place! I never loved a job so much in my life! It's easy going, but some days will keep you busy through your shift. It all depends on where they place you as there are several locations.
March of Dimes has lost sight of caring for the consumers first. They have put the almighty dollar ahead of everything. If you don't fit in with a clique then you are ostracized and made you feel like an unproductive unwelcome part of the so-called team. A few years ago March of Dimes quietly terminated administrative staff that had several years of service most had 10 or more years service with March of Dimes) and replaced them with lower paid staff. It's also rumoured that the CEO receives a clothing allowance. March of dimes used to be a good place to work for but unfortunately now they care more about the Mighty Dollar and less about their staff and consumers. Most positions are dead-end positions with no room to grow. I would not recommend March of Dimes to anyone who has experience, however if you're fresh out of school it's a great training opportunity for the real world.
Coworkers, benefit package
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Working in March of Dimes is a great experience especially in dealing a day to day basis with our clients with different kind of disabilities and personalities. Aside from practicing some medical procedure you will also appreciate more how lucky we are being healthy and complete.