Honestly I love working for the Robinhood Association. The job is incredible for me as a student working as a relief staff as the hours are incredibly flexible. However, it took my a couple years to be able to navigate the company, get connections, and figure out who to work in order to get the hours I want where I want. Some of the team leads and management are amazing people and are very easy to work with and some are plain scary and unapproachable.
I feel as though the wages are incredibly unfair from employee to employee. Not only this, but from location to location. I am a firm believer that those working in behavior and high medical needs homes should make more than those working in ILO or SIL for example. I have been with the association for 4 years, have a field related diploma, and make less than some girls getting hired coming straight out of high school - I have tried to address this with payroll and my answer was that I should not be discussing wages with other staff - fair point, but still annoying as all get out. Ultimately though, across the company, wages are obscurely low for the sheer expectations we have to meet at work.
I find this job worth while to me because while the wages are awful, I find this job to provide several very valuable learning opportunities as well as it fostering amazing staff client relationships. I will not pursue this job as a career because I can hardly support myself off of the wages, but for now while in school, it will do.
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Amazing clients, some good management, flexibility
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