Feeding the homeless is the best job i've ever had!
Sous Chef/Line Cook (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – 12 November 2018
What I've learned about working in the food industry, its not just cooking, its about making sure that the customer is happy. Also help feeding the ones who are in need puts a big smile on not just my face but theirs.
VETERINARIAN (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – 31 October 2018
No training whatsoever for anyone, including management.
In Austin, Thrive was very clickish, and many people without management experience were placed in positions of oversight without receiving any training. Overall, it made for an unprofessional work environment.
Work life balance and QOL programs were promised but nonexistent.
Working through lunch, staying late, and working from home were regular occurrences.
Requirements to bonus were changed without notifying associates, and personal revenue reports were withheld for months at a time.
4 day work week
Focused on growth without the infrastructure to support it
Le-Vel (Former Employee) – Pasco, WA – 1 August 2018
Thrive lets their employees work freely. They work in the comfort of their homes, any day, any time. I've learned that sales can be a little challenging. The hardest part of the job for me was to make sales.
Concierge (Former Employee) – Watkinsville, GA – 15 July 2018
I would definitely recommend working for Thrive. My grandmother lives at another Thrive location and they take care of both their residents and their employees. I only left because it was a temporary position.
Pca/Aba (Current Employee) – Lakewood, NJ – 18 June 2018
well it would depend on the child. Cases does change regularly. I mainly deal with children with server behavioral problems. This gave me the chance to work with kids from all walks of life. My manager stayed on us and made sure everyone is doing their jobs. I have not seen many cultures working for this company. Then again i would not know we work all over Philadelphia, and the Tri-State to the County. Hardest two i must say would be, dealing with parents that does not seem to care or so interest in their child life, second would have to be when the child does not show up enough times.
Educator (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – 6 June 2018
It's about who you know, not what you know. Teachers are in positions they aren't qualified for and expected to perform at 110%. Are you willing to sacrifice your soul? Your Morals? Then this is the job for you.
Program Representative (Former Employee) – Lawrence, KS – 16 April 2018
Inspiring and allowed me to gain a greater work ethic. I also learned how communicate better with others. The most enjoyable part was getting to meet new people and connect with others on a personal basis.
LVN (Current Employee) – Lubbock, TX – 28 October 2017
Staffing is non-consistent, not enough clients for nurses, benefits are expensive as probably with most home health, no PTO offered. No advancement opportunities, raises unseen, excellent for those who are not dependent on income stability.