This page is still under construction.
With decades of experience in the social services field, encompassing many years as an employee as well as having spent a great deal of time in supervisory positions (we once owned a company with over 200 employees), HHS upper management has a good handle on what it takes to support and encourage employees.
As Richard Branson (Virgin Enterprises) says, “Train people well enough so they can leave. Treat them well enough so they don’t want to.”
While we don’t profess to have all the answers, we are convinced that the most critical attributes that employees need and want are communication, consistency and appreciation. (Being paid well for one’s effort is helpful, of course, but most employees won’t leave their jobs for a lateral position elsewhere if the three above characteristics are being met.)
What Kinds of Staffing Do You Offer?
We have several options that might interest you:
- Office Work (Practice Management, Office Management & Office Assistant) – These are part-time office-based jobs working for independent clinicians, small mental health agencies, doctors’ offices, or in many of a wide array of health-related environments. For a more comprehensive description of what a practice or officer manager does, please tap the Practice Management tab above.
- Credentialist – This position requires patience, perseverance and a detail-oriented style. Credentialing can be frustrating and redundant, and at times may have a long stretch before seeing positive results.
- Respite Staff – Adult Foster Homes – We are still waiting for one of our clients to hear back from the state on their application to provide foster homes for adults on the autistic spectrum. But once their license is approved and they receive a contract, we will be working vigorously to get this program in place for the agency! We’ll need at least 2 or 3 part-time, trained respite providers.