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Assistant Residential Director

Acadia Inc Lancaster, PA

HUMAN SERVICES ASSISTANT RESIDENTIAL DIRECTOR PCHA Full-time Opportunity Acadia, Inc. a leading provider of services for clients with brain… Acadia Inc

28 days ago

Clinical Aide

Acadia Inc Lancaster, PA

Our Clinical Aides work within the Acadia community integrated brain injury program at the clinic, to assist our clients by providing direct care in… Acadia Inc

30+ days ago

Residential Advisor - Client Care Attendant

Acadia Inc Lancaster, PA

Our Residential Advisors work within the Acadia community integrated brain injury program at the residences, to assist our clients by providing… Acadia Inc

30+ days ago

Assistant Controller

Acadia Healthcare Detroit, MI

Qualified and experienced Assistant Controller to direct the financial, business office and other fiscal service department activities. Position is… Glassdoor

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Acadia Healthcare Chairman and CEO Joey A. Jacobs
Joey A. Jacobs
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    Buyout has shifted once patient-centered, familial company to cold, money-hungry facility.

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    Former Employee - Administrative Professional in Ocala, FL (US)
    Former Employee - Administrative Professional in Ocala, FL (US)

    I worked at Acadia Healthcare full-time (more than 5 years)


    Benefits are decent and staff, for the most part, are friendly.


    Hourly pay and salaries are poor, extremely high turnover rates, some employees are overworked due to lack of responsibility among other employees yet are not compensated for this, very little if any accountability among senior management, morale among employees is terrible, lack of training and advancement opportunities, HR is underqualified and is not very involved in employee matters, favoritism and entitlement is still very present in certain departments, budget cuts which diminish the quality of patient care (and the patients take notice!), Acadia has basically turned this facility into a cold, hospital-like environment instead of the familial, warm and caring place it once was.

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    Listen to your employees' concerns and take a more active role in handling matters. Pay employees what they deserve for their skills, certifications and length of employment. Invest in employees more through improved training, career advancement opportunities and better perks for those earning a degree. Be accountable for short-comings and focus more on quality of care and treating the patient like a human being in need instead of only seeing dollar signs.

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