Babysitter (Former Employee), Langley, BC – February 28, 2013
Working with children has always been exciting, and proves to be rewarding in the most amazing ways. There is something different to say about a job in retail or working with people, and working with children and families.
Caregiver (Former Employee), Wichita, KS – December 2, 2014
This job was one of my hardest jobs I was taking care of my mother that was dying with cancer. My day would start out by checking her vital signs, feeding her, bathing her, doing her laundry, cooking her meals. I didn't have any co-workers.
This job had me constantly on the go. I loved the faced paced atmosphere. I had to be very flexible and work hard and fast. I never knew what was going to happen and how I was going to have to shuffle drivers around when they would call in.
Caregiver/Petsitter/Housekeeper (Former Employee), Moreno Valley, CA – October 22, 2013
I loved going to work everyday. I did general housekeeping cleaning, linen changing, dishes, laundry, plant care, house and pet sitting. Prepare, serve and feed meals to children, elderly, and animals. Assisting them with daily activities such as bathing, clothing, putting them to bed and homework. Took them for walks and played games with them. Kept – more... a watchful eye on them while they entertained themselves to ensure of their safety. – less
Baby sitter (Former Employee), Kent, WA – June 14, 2013
Pros: loved the kids
Cons: had to leave
The employer would always have an unusual attitude but I continued to do my job regardless, I would play with the children read them books make them lunch take them out to play at the parks teach them how to write etcetera etc I would have loved to continue working there but the employer placed the children in daycare as their hours became more so they – more... had to let me go because they couldn't afford it – less
Caregiver (Former Employee), Concord, Ca – April 4, 2013
in the home setting my days would consist of waking up earlier then the client and making sure everything is clean. then cooking breakfast and assisting them out of bed and getting the day started. helping with everything they need anywhere from cooking to cleaning to gardening or house chores even medication administration. In a hospital clinic or – more... rehab setting i would sit and watch the patients making sure they are completely comfortable getting them whatever they need. the hardest part is dealing with a patient who has neurological illnesses because they are mostly disoriented and scared because they dont know or remember where they are. I deal with all types of patients and their families so i have learned and gained massive experience in communication skills. – less