Staffing coordinator (Former Employee) – Charlotte NC – 5 April 2018
This is a home care agency and a great place to work for. The staff was very family oriented and very understanding. Even though for some of the employees it was a temporary job they tried to make sure that the employees stayed busy with clients.
I would not recommend an RN to work with this company.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Jackson, CA – 8 February 2018
Always beware of any company that says, "we are like family." The management does not care for the well being of the employee, just the bottom line and how good they look to corporate. Which happens to be in Utah. Not the small town caring company that they lead to be.
Great if you have kids with ability to make schedule
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Current Employee) – West Monroe, LA – 9 November 2017
This is a fast paced job in the field.I learned a lot about wound care thanks to a great wound care class offered. I had no problems with management.Everyone in the office were friendly to me,and willing to help with any questions I may have. My most enjoyable part of job is watching skin and the way it can heal with the correct care and compliance by patients.
Patient Care Assistant (Current Employee) – Louisburg, NC – 24 September 2017
My work atmosphere is very laid back and my schedule allows me to attend school become a certified nursing assistant. The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing that I am helping take care of someone.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – 17 August 2017
Fun working Place as a Family. Form Case Management view I got a lot of help form co-workers to finish the job in a timely matter. Case Management worked as a team leader and help to facilitate your job.
I love my job and my clients i just need a job with more hours,money and benefits.The job is pretty good with working with my schedule and providing you with time off.I feel they should pay more or pay you for millage.
Case Manager (Current Employee) – Doral, FL – 10 June 2017
You are able to assist geriatric population that lives in your community. You also can learn about programs that could benefit them. The work is competitive and staff has to be able to handle differenttasks at the same time