Pros: vacation time, sick time, insurance, mileage, and flexible work schedule
Cons: not a lot of pay raises
The job is fairly easy, meaning not very physically demanding. There is a lot of training before you start the job. It seem the only way to get fired from this company is to yell at your boss, over 5 med errors in a single year, or neglect/ abuse of the client(s). Most of the Program Administrators (PA) are very nice and easy to work for, even the director of human resources is very nice and easy to talk to. The only problem I have really seen with this company is that in the main office in Dayton, Ohio, they don't seem to be on top of any paper work. By this I mean they lose or misplace a lot of paper work then it falls back on whoever was supposed to have turned it in to find or replace it, and a lot of things get pushed from one person to the next and nothing gets done. The best part of the job is that most of the co-workers and superiors are very friendly, and most of the clients are sweet and easy to care for. The hardest part is dealing with the main office and the responsibilities of passing the clients medication.