As an administrator of I Can Too, I became aware of numerous questionable actions and outright illegal activities of ICT. ICT has offered me $12,000 for, inter alia, my silence regarding the company, barring me from discussing it unless compelled to testify in court. One can only wonder how many have been silenced. Lest more damage be done to others, I will instead share these matters.
I Can Too's handling of both client and employee health and personal information is rather dubious, being kept online, on various print outs for employees who have not been trained in handling such sensitive information, as well as in unlocked cabinets.
The quality of service provided is rather dubious, and the questionably trained employees are generally overworked, not provided with opportunities for breaks as required by state law.
While ICT's stated goal is to help disabled clients, it has been accused of harassment, discrimination and retaliation against disabled employees. In justifying its discrimination HR Director Abel Martinez explained that a disabled staff member were and non-disabled staff were not in "the same shoes" because of the disability, giving the impression that Mr Martinez felt disparate treatment was not only reasonable but that disabled employee was ultimately responsible for the discrimination because of the disability