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My Choice (also known as Greatest Hits) is the first compilation album of South Korean boy band, Shinhwa. It was released on January 31, 2002 by Good Entertainment. The album features eleven previously released songs, from their debut album Resolver in 1998 to their fourth album Hey, Come On! in 2001, four new and one remix tracks. It was met with moderate success, selling 183,098 copies.

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RN Care Manager (Current Employee) says

"This organization is a terribly run, poorly managed, and negative place to work. Cons: Poor management"

Care Manager (Former Employee) says

"Awful culture and complete lack of support. You will hate working here. Weird dynamic with supervisor, unreasonable expectations, huge caseload and a clunky system. Cons: micro management, huge caseload, culture of punishment"

Anonymous (Former Employee) says

"RUN....don’t work for this Company. Very disrespectful to their employees & the benefits are atrocious!!! Management is disorganized & does not communicate with staff on process development. Stay far, far away from applying for a position at this company. They are not employee friendly AT ALL. Cons: All cons"

Care Manager (Former Employee) says

"If you are a person of color, LGBTQ, Hispanic, or any other country outside the US, don't waste your time with this organization. This company is not inclusive and supportive. The LGBT flag hanging on the main entrance is part of the Care Wisconsin's mission, not My Choice! Cons: many already specified above"

RN Care Manager (Former Employee) says

"If I could give 0 stars, I would. I worked for this company for a couple months. I would NOT recommend working for them, unless you want to be treated very poorly. I received very minimal training and was expected to know how to do my job after the first 2 weeks. My supervisor was no help at all. She would not help with any tasks and never had any answers to my questions. She would give you a list of things to do on top of an already extensive to do list. The case loads are not manageable. You can expect to be working more than 40 hours a week on salary pay. It is very hard to get reimbursed for mileage. They will try to give you the very minimal for reimbursement. I had to fight to get reimbursed for my mileage. They have a strict PTO payout policy for when you leave the company. I was not told that I could not take PTO in my last 30 days until about a week before I left. However, my PTO got approved for a day early on in my last 30 days. So, I was told after that day already passed, that I could not take off for my last 30 days. Mind you, I was also told I would be getting paid out for my PTO. Come my last paycheck, I was not paid out. I contact HR and they told me I didn't submit a formal 30 day notice, which I did. I had to get my supervisor involved to prove that I did give notice. THEN they tell me I cannot get my PTO paid out because I took PTO in my last 30 days with the company. Because I did not know this until later, I took PTO in my last 30 days and then was told at a later date this was not acceptable. They will make you jump through hoops to get properly paid. Cons: Literally everything else"

RN Care Manager (Former Employee) says

"If I could give 0 stars, I would. I worked for this company for a couple months. I would NOT recommend working for them, unless you want to be treated very poorly. I received very minimal training and was expected to know how to do my job after the first 2 weeks. My supervisor was no help at all. She would not help with any tasks and never had any answers to my questions. She would give you a list of things to do on top of an already extensive to do list. The case loads are not manageable. You can expect to be working more than 40 hours a week on salary pay. It is very hard to get reimbursed for mileage. They will try to give you the very minimal for reimbursement. I had to fight to get reimbursed for my mileage. They have a strict PTO payout policy for when you leave the company. I was not told that I could not take PTO in my last 30 days until about a week before I left. However, my PTO got approved for a day early on in my last 30 days. So, I was told after that day already passed, that I could not take off for my last 30 days. Mind you, I was also told I would be getting paid out for my PTO. Come my last paycheck, I was not paid out. I contact HR and they told me I didn't submit a formal 30 day notice, which I did. I had to get my supervisor involved to prove that I did give notice. THEN they tell me I cannot get my PTO paid out because I took PTO in my last 30 days with the company. Because I did not know this until later, I took PTO in my last 30 days and then was told at a later date this was not acceptable. They will make you jump through hoops to get properly paid. Cons: Literally everything else"

Direct Care Worker (Current Employee) says

"If you are thinking about applying to Care Wisconsin please take a moment to read this because it will save you a lot of time and pain. Care Wisconsin does not care about their employees, especially those that work as direct care staff. A typical day as a care manager at Care Wisconsin will consist of email after email from the Program Managers telling you how terrible of a job you are doing, phone calls from the people we are supposed to be caring about asking why the quality of services offered are decreasing (note the less money spent on the members, the more money that can be spent on raises for the upper management), and so much red tape and paperwork that what they tout as a 9am to 5pm job will turn into 24 hours of a day of ever maddening chaos Cons: To many to list."

NA (Former Employee) says

"AWFUL. They do not care about their employees. Employees are numbers. The CEO has no human decency to address staff in person...or even live video..ONLY letter. The CFO and CEO only make decisions. They let people go without telling them. If you are innovative, like to take initiative, have great work ethic, or collaborates, or isn't a "yes" man this is not the place for you!"

RN Case Manager (Former Employee) says

"I have been at CW for 2 years as an RN CM. The Program Managers are lacking any decent communication and bark orders. They will blow in your day with urgent needs while you are with a member. As a nurse, they will pile more and more on you until you crack. We cannot get our charting completed, cannot get our members what they need and they load more on. More and more useless paperwork. The pay for the area is low. You can go to other positions in Dane County and make thousands more per year. The raises are non- existent. Last year it was 2 percent across the board.They will write you up if you speak up and use scare tactics to keep you quiet. Cons: Too many to list"

Care Manager (Former Employee) says

"MCFC is disorganized and self-serving. They absolutely do not care about their employees or the clients they serve. They will set you up to fail. They give you an unreasonably high case-load and they will provide you absolutely no support when your members/clients are in crises. Your hard work is undermined by arbitrary policy changes. You are left to your own devices to helplessly drown in your unreasonable workload. The disingenuous nature of middle and upper management will make you sick. You'll be left wondering, how did this sector of the human services field get so bad? The answer; the perfect combination of greed and incompetence at MCFC. I stayed at far longer than I should have and regret taking accepting the position. I feel lucky to have gotten out when I did. Cons: Everything"

Contract Specialist (Former Employee) says

"The policy & procedures only apply to a select few people. Management has no idea how to run a company & every there is phony. The only thing that matters is the bottom dollar. I was used then threw out like yesterday's garbage. Was not a very pleasant place to work but they work with the elderly & handicapped. Imagine how they treat them!!! Cons: I cant think of one..."

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"Communication and respect are missing from this company. There are no policy and procedure documents for the for the majority of the company, including Human Resources. Expectations change without being communicated and the processes are never put in writing so as to create a "gotcha" environment. Cons: No respect"

exeutive (Former Employee) says

"Run, don't walk, away from this employer."

RN Care Manager (Former Employee) says

"My Choice merged (acquired) with CW at the beginning of the year. It has been a complete disaster since day one. Care Wisconsin had a very member centered and employee centered culture. My Choice has a very financial centered culture - they could care less about the members and the employees as long as they are making money. As much money as they can. Cons: everything else"

Care Manager (Former Employee) says

"This place has the worst culture I've ever experienced. They hate DHS and refuse to work with them. They literally tell you not to call DHS. Management is toxic and there is so much turnover you cant keep up. Departments that once thrived are now being micromanaged by someone who has zero experience. Policy and protocol constantly changes with no reasoning. Zero transparency. Cons: You are treated so poorly. Most meetings end with someone crying or being written up."

Care Manager (Former Employee) says

"RN'S and CM's. MCFC will offer no training, and if you are in a CMU you are without a paddle. No room for advancement, and the MCO treats employees like garbage. It's not the clients, or the actual job that's the problem. But this company is one you should absolutely pass on."

Care Manager (Former Employee) says

"The unnecessary drama that many of the coworkers partake in is worse than high school. If the staff don’t like you, they will do everything imaginable to sabotage your employment and mental health. There is a definitely a “dog eat dog” mentality in the office. The care managers do minimal work and spend the rest of their day gossiping. I have observed members calling and care managers telling them the incorrect information (specifically regarding what services are in the family care benefit package). The environment is toxic. The members suffer from the high turner over, and the staff don’t care. The supervision is poor at best and she definitely plays favorites in order to “be on the mean girls good side.”"

RN Case Manager (Former Employee) says

"I really did enjoy my position at Care Wisconsin for the first year. People were friendly and helpful. When new Program Managers started that have business degrees instead of Healthcare- It all went downhill, money quickly became the priority. We can no longer give the member what they need due to money issues.The families of the members must be the caregivers if they live with them. Cons: Everything stated above"

Care Manager (Former Employee) says

"Be prepared to push paper and have almost no support. You will never get a pay increase but health insurance costs will continue to rise. Though there is flexibility you will be constantly stressed at managing a high caseload and everything comes down to money."

Prefer not to share (Current Employee) says

"This organization has very poor leadership and only advances people they like. The pace of work is awful causing many employees to be overloaded mentally. For a organization to be guided by helping others they don't do a lot to support the staff who are supporting the members. If you mess up good luck, the only see your mess up and not all the piles of work and stress that might have impacted your ability to be attentive. This job is work overload and I don't mean that lightly. Cons: No room for growth, no room for pay raises or incentives"