Pros: lots of hours available if you want more
Cons: poor scheduling and organization, rude coordinators, lack of care for employees, not good starting wages
Overall, Management is very rude and doesn't seem to care at all for employees. Everything is to their convenience and not their employees.
The Coordinators will schedule you less than 3 hour shifts (averaging 1.5-2.5hrs) if you are hired part-time.
They're scheduling is very poor or does not exist. They will schedule you for maybe a few hours every week, however, they will call you on most days and say "here, these are your hours today" and expect you to work them.
By definition, you are obliged to remain free during your hours of availability every day, even if you weren't scheduled.
I don't have a life because I am just waiting for a call to say I have to go in to work. You don't have a choice in the matter, they will penalize you if you refuse work.
Multiple times they will give you an hour or more break between clients. You don't get paid for this time.
Management doesn't listen to employee concerns. They will tell you this is how it works when you express your concerns. No concern for ensuring employees are happy with their job. They don't tell you anything during orientation, just let you figure this all out yourself.
Very very unorganized, they will also call you after your shift and say your clocking in/out didn't go through and get you to do it again at home on your own time. This can take a lot of time depending on how many clients you saw. This happens 80% of the time after I work.
Please please don't work for the Home Health team. Save yourself the trouble and just work in one retirement/nursing home.