Randolph County Sheltered Workshop Inc
Rating: 2 stars 1 1 review 225
100 West Sparks Moberly MO 65270 USA
To provide dignified and meaningful employment opportunities for persons with disabilities in a safe and productive work environment that operates in a professional and businesslike manner.
To provide employment for handicapped workers. The organization provided employment to individuals with handicaps while providing a safe environment with an opportunity to learn skills that would otherwise not be available to them in the mainstream workplace.
Filter Reviews by Role
Promote This Nonprofit
GreatNonprofits badges allow you to raise awareness of your favorite nonprofits on your own web sites!
Reviews for Randolph County Sheltered Workshop Inc
I worked at this establishment for a year to the day. I really love the idea of what sheltered workshops stand for. These people deserve the best possible staff available. That being said, I made it my mission to be just that. I did everything possible to ensure a positive and productive workplace. Unfortunately, this kind of commitment is rare. I found myself at odds with an insecure and easily manipulated manager and two ambitious and dishonest subordinates. While I was running ragged, trying to promote the mission, they were breeding ill will and a hostile environment. The saddest part is that the people we serve will suffer. Upper management is well aware of the situation. Nonetheless, these insidious people were allowed to divert the blame to me and achieved my dismissal. Now, the clients are at the mercy of at least two staff members who could care less about them and a manager who has not the conscience or will to protect them. There are clear signs of dementia, bipolar disorder, and hostility issues at work, and that's the staff. I love the work and the people. If you're there and something doesn't feel right, it probably isn't. Do the right thing. Please?
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
I am pretty sure the necessary improvements are obvious.
How does this organization compare with others in the same sector?
How much of an impact do you think this organization has?
Will you recommend this organization to others?
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?