Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – 23 March 2018
Certain clients location wasn't improve the agency were ok clients and service unprofessional I did learn a lot in the field of home health aide the hardest dealing with client that they was asking for thing and favors that wasn't part of the job experience was rating 6 the company was real unorganized
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – 6 February 2018
You get as many hours as you want but to....but be sure you are able to work those hours......The key is to communicate and be ON TIME....You get breaks in between time just make sure you call if you are going to be late period.
CNA (Former Employee) – Lakewood, WA – 2 February 2018
The management was nice. I only met the owner. The jobs were all over the place. I would have to drive from Lakewood to graham for my first shift of 2 hours then drive from graham almost to gig harbor for the second 2 hour job. I made just enough to fill my tank for work and pay 2/3 of my bills. Pay is not worth the driving and limited patient time.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Brookfield, WI – 11 November 2017
Lack of management and staff. They overwork you and never give you the hours that you want that work with your schedule. A lot of unhappy clients. I wanted to help people and be a part of a good company. I could not be a part of a company that was ran poorly. That did not appreciative their employees.
CNA/Caregiver (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – 1 November 2017
To work for this company is a honor. The care from the owners is the best of them all. Their hearts are filled with love and compassion for their caregivers and clients. Great place to work and great people to work for
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – 24 August 2017
A typical day at work consisted of caring for a client by helping him or her with personal hygiene. Then making sure he or she has eaten breakfast or dinner. I would do light housekeeping and make sure client takes his or her medications. I learned that one has to be patient while working with the elderly. Sometimes clients make it a bit hard because they are not use to a certain person coming into their home. There was no hard part to being a caregiver. You come in and do what needs to be done and be respectful even if the client may be a little challenging. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing that smile on a clients face because they have accepted you into there home or just being able to talk to a client. That to me means alot
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Grafton, OH – 14 August 2017
this is absolutely thee worse place i have ever worked for. the staff is rude and they do not care about clients at all. all they care about is the money they make off of the clients. you report problems and nothing gets done. if you report a problem all eyes are on you as if you are the bad guy. they do not write out proper checks for employees. they steal every dime and penny they can. you complain about check being short and all of a sudden they paperwork you had in verifying hours and lost. its just a gross place to work for.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Salinas, CA – 23 June 2017
I've learned that having a good communication skills will build a good customer relationship between a worker and a customer, and you need to have a lots of patient and dedications to perform a good task so well.