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Douglas Irvin Pederson (born January 31, 1968) is an American football coach and former player who is the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He served as the offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs from 2013 to 2015. He spent most of his playing career as a member of the Green Bay Packers, serving as a backup quarterback to Brett Favre.

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Substance Abuse Counselor (Former Employee) says

"PK was a negative environment. No time to do notes, extremely stressful workload, unreasonable demands, and constant liability issues. Overall negative"

Addiction Recovery Therapist (Former Employee) says

"A typical day at work. Go in and watch the piles of paperwork gather on your desk while you try to call back the 25+ people who called you, the 5+ people who emailed you, the doctors, lawyers, probation/parole officers who need documentation all while writing a CPS write-up that needed to be done yesterday. Also, you must stay on top of a caseload of 35 clients (several of which can still be using/drinking and suicidal). It is expected that you write notes in session with the client - no paperwork time is given so this is a must. You must account for all hours/minutes you work or you will be scheduled an intake by surprise :D And you must do it on a system called "Avatar" that is as slow as mud. It's not as cool as the movie Avatar... not at all. Cons: paperwork, liability, PK-itis"

Part Time Mental Health Therapist (Former Employee) says

"job was stressful Cons: little to no areas in advancement or expaning your treatment skills"

will not say (Former Employee) says

"It is a place where you enjoyed helping people who have suffered various problems in their lives. You have to love your job to stay there. PK does not treat hardworking employees right. They have directors/supervisors who are very verbally and emotionally abusive to employees. Their HR dept. will not help you and would only report you to the same director/supervisor. You work hard, but they don't care. They'll discard you at the drop of a hat if you expressed your disagreement. They have continually got away with a lot of illegal treatment to staff. Cons: Some Administration are not nice."

Health Home Care Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Unfortunately during my time with PK the agency was very understaffed which led to caseloads of upwards towards 80 high needs clients. It was nearly impossible to complete assignments and service clients"

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Current Employee) says

"not the company it used to be. serious financial problems thanks to previous administration. New administration is killing the staff. No raises in 4 years, terrible health benefits, high out of pocket cost and premium cost to employee keeps going up. Cons: ?"

Program Assistant (Former Employee) says

"A typical day starts with a morning staff meeting, Groups and individual sessions start at 11:00 AM and run until 3:30 PM. Staff is friendly and work well as a team in this fast paced company. Hardest part of the job is constant changes in documentation protocol. Management could be better; favoritism is apparent. Cons: No raises, Company cutbacks, poor building maintence"

Psychotherapist (Former Employee) says

"While employed at Pederson Krag, was given the opportunity to receive individual and group supervison to develop my clinical skills which I treasure since today it's aberration. Cons: Large caseloads"

Billing / Assistant Office Administrator (Current Employee) says

"It's been a positive experience working for PK. I have enjoyed the staff and will miss them. At this time, I am looking for more room for growth."

Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Typing, filing, scheduling, answering phones, and calling insurance companies Cons: Seeing so many people with problems"