Wonderful supervisor and a great work life balance
Senior Living Advisor (Former Employee) – New Smyrna Beach, FL – 15 February 2017
Work form home and take incoming calls on certain shifts. Great opportunity for a work from home job but you must be on the phone nearly all day. Hardest part of the job is staying focuses because you have to be very disciplined and stay on the phones or you won't make money.
flexibilty to walk around with a headset, throw in laundry, etc.
Senior Living Advisor (Current Employee) – Illinois – 13 March 2017
I will start by saying, this is a sales job. If you are considering applying, I implore you to read very thoroughly the job description. Otherwise you are wasting your time, because the information provided is very similar to the day in day out responsibilities.
I *LOVE* my job. I have a background in cold calling, relationship development, and working with different CRM programs, so this job fits me. I work over 40 hours a week, but I also have lunch with my friends when I want and I don't have to commute to work. It can be isolating to work from home and not with others, but you will meet people and build relationships if you try.
Just like anything, what is good for one person is not good for another. Are you a true salesperson? Do you enjoy helping others while crushing quotas? If so, this could be the career for you.
Work from home, updated technology, fairly transparent, fantastic management, very lucrative salary potential.
Tough to find a work/life balance at times. Benefits are average. Not much in way of advancement.
Senior Living Advisor (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – 13 February 2017
Excellent organization to work for. Very pleased with APFM management team and how they give you all the tools needed to meet your monthly, quarterly and yearly goals. I highly recommend working for APFM if you want to work remotely. The job is very challenging, extremely fast paced and metrics driven. As long as you keep on top of your business you can be extremely successful.
Senior Living Advisor (Current Employee) – North Aurora, IL – 6 February 2017
I love working for APFM. Truly the best organization I've work for. The training is awesome and the technology is fantastic. Working remotely requires a lot of discipline but you are supported by great colleagues.
Senior Living Advisor (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – 31 January 2017
The best part of this job is working from home. Time is saved by not having to commute and the dress code is very casual. The worst part of this job is also working from home. There are many distractions during the day and you need to remain focused. There are also technical issues that create road blocks.
Coordinator / Business Communication (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – 24 January 2017
Very valuable resource to help families in need of options for the love ones. Great company culture, CEO is passionate about helping families and supports company with great company parties and having everyone involved and advised on legislation updates.
Front Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – 15 August 2016
Cared for the patients daily needs, learned the process of aging. Management stepped in and helped with aggressive patients, the hardest part of the job was growing to care for the patients and then they passed away. I left each day with a greater appreciation for my parents.
I learned alot about New Orleans in the 40s 50s 60s
Eldercare Advisor (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – 11 July 2016
This was an at home position helping seniors and their families to find credible care options. I would receive incoming calls and used my computer with their program to locate these options. I did not deal with co-workers much but when I did they all seemed like good honest people. This position left you feeling really good about helping families in crisis or need. The problem was with compensation, I have worked commission based positions many times and have never had trouble meeting goals. I feel the goals were pushed further and further from actually being able to meet.
Wonderful families to work with.
expectations for compensation became out of reach.
Senior Living Advisor (Current Employee) – Home! – 18 June 2016
I have worked for this company over 8 years. i LOVE working from home. This is a 40 hour a week job so yes, you do have to work. I disagree that you have to work 70 hours for this job. If you work that many hours (you need approval for overtime), you will make significantly more money. That being said, the job is great, helping people!
You work directly with families to find them care options. You have a quota that increases yearly and if you work hard, you can make good money for a great job. My direct manager is wonderful and my co-workers are the best, very willing to help swap shifts, etc.
The hardest part of the job is that you need to figure out how to get the work done and advance the sale. If you are good at this, this isn't that hard.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the reward of helping families and getting rewarded for that financially.
I wish the benefits were a little better. But overall, I LOVE my job and if you are the right person, this could be your DREAM JOB.
Senior Living Adviser (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – 22 October 2015
You are tethered to your desk but that desk is at home! There is sales pressure, but that is with all sales positions. Overall great job, way better then working in communities and better work/life balance since you only work 40 hours. Some evenings and some weekends but nothing like my life was like before. Great culture and support from peers and home office.
Quality Assurance Analyst (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – 14 July 2015
Service provided is critical in the senior housing arena. External customers are treated well however partner communities don't often receive the due diligence they deserve.
Process and expectation changes are done without context, planning, or statistical backing. Although they consider experience when hiring, they pay well below market value. Leadership is reluctant to utilize said experience which leads to employee morale and fulfillment issues.
I would only recommend applying here at a Director (or above) level; compensation and fulfillment plateaus.
Flexible work schedule and nice corporate location.
Poor benefits options, minimal 401K matching, below market pay, leadership is insecure and "too busy" to address morale concerns.
Fast growing, rapidly changing Eldercare Referral Service. Great opportunity for long term career.
Washington Partner Liaison (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – 7 May 2015
A typical day is non-stop busy, but in a good way. The company has a learning module site - so there is the opportunity to learn a lot about business in general and Elder Care in particular. Management is constantly poling staff to see how their approach is being received. Co workers are the top of the line - all very smart people. Hardest part of the job might be commute/parking if you work at corporate. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing what a positive impact you are having on the senior population.
Strong emphasis on positive culture.
Rapid change - if you can embrace change - this is the place for you!