Rating: 1 stars 1 review
Issues: Job Training
Location: 150 Sw Monroe Corvallis OR 97330 USA
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This company is by far the worst company in the non-profit sector. They take advantage of the residents served and there is, no doubt in my mind, shady practice within this company from "residential program specialist" stealing money from clients and covering it up with "cash spent" in money logs to the higher ups embezzling money into their own family bank accounts.
I know for a fact that one CONVICTED CRIMINAL had his background check pushed through so that he could be employed by this company. His relations to the company/family, (which is one in the same) a nephew. He had JUST gotten out of prison from a 2 year stint.
Work Unlimited must be investigated! There is no reason for the residents in this company to suffer because the employees are trying to get something out of it. The outrageous spending on personal items with company money is unacceptable. The use of company vehicles for personal use is unacceptable. The use of company items such as vacuums, carpet cleaners, and food is unacceptable.
Where is the justice for these residents!? Who is going to help them stick up for themselves!? When will the stealing STOP!? The resident abuse, STOP!?
Please, take into consideration this review. Look into the shady practice performed by most all employees. These residents lives, homes and well being truly depend on it.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
I have seen it! I have SEEN a woman give a client $5 and put in her log that she had given her $10, while the other $5 went into the RPS's pocket. I've met the convicted criminal who was employed by them and related to "the family". I've seen someone buy personal groceries with resident grocery money. I've seen someone take a vacuum and a carpet shampooer home to use.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Be rid of "the family". Bring in new, unrelated people. Hire people who have the education and experience to RUN the company rather than unqualified family members who take advantage of their positions.