Safe Nest

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"New Management "   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Mar 25, 2021

Advice to law firm management: Learn about Trauma Informed Care. Ironic that a DV shelter runs the agency by power and control over employees. Don't rule by fear. Irony to rule by fear. Don't make employees feel that there's no job security because they mean nothing. SN is a nonprofit agency and should not be run like corporation. Remember the survivors. Hire people who are trained in advocacy. This is a specialized field. Invest in HR. Department.

Pros: Domestic Violence Shelter

Cons: Unfortunately SN has become a corporation. Just fill the beds because it's all about the money. The Trauma Informed Care motto no longer exists. There has been an exodus of employees but some that are no longer there are simply irreplaceable but at SN, everyone's "replaceable." The hotline has been reduced to a "call center" where you get a bed if you check all the boxes. You must fill the quota. The women who come into shelter are sadly the ones who no longer receive essential services. Management is equivalent to bike with no wheels. I'm not sure if SN is LGBTQ+ friendly. SN was once the leading example of a DV shelter but now no different than any other shelter. The CEO has ZERO experience running a DV agency.

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Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2017

Job type: Full time

Length of Employment: 5-7 years
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"New Management "   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Mar 25, 2021

Advice to law firm management: Learn about Trauma Informed Care. Ironic that a DV shelter runs the agency by power and control over employees. Don't rule by fear. Irony to rule by fear. Don't make employees feel that there's no job security because they mean nothing. SN is a nonprofit agency and should not be run like corporation. Remember the survivors. Hire people who are trained in advocacy. This is a specialized field. Invest in HR. Department.

Pros: Domestic Violence Shelter

Cons: Unfortunately SN has become a corporation. Just fill the beds because it's all about the money. The Trauma Informed Care motto no longer exists. There has been an exodus of employees but some that are no longer there are simply irreplaceable but at SN, everyone's "replaceable." The hotline has been reduced to a "call center" where you get a bed if you check all the boxes. You must fill the quota. The women who come into shelter are sadly the ones who no longer receive essential services. Management is equivalent to bike with no wheels. I'm not sure if SN is LGBTQ+ friendly. SN was once the leading example of a DV shelter but now no different than any other shelter. The CEO has ZERO experience running a DV agency.

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2017

Job type: Full time
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