Assist patient (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – October 7, 2014
As a home health Aide, Employee cooperation, timeliness, work attendance , and efficiency are essential for this company success. This job requires a high standards of cleanliness and grooming. Because my personal appearance reflects on CHHS and should protect the professional image and credibility our clients and customer expect. I don't like different home places to work, driving client's to different places, but I like dealing with other client's, meeting other client's with their lovely family. What I don't like about this company is no benefits.
Client service manger (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – January 14, 2018
I was hired as a scheduler , only less than 30 days there was no proper training no structure with the staffs like the care takers will just call in and tell you their own schedule, overall it was a high stressful environment but with proper training it may have been a little bit more smoother. The vibe was just off like they was using me as a last minute dummy.I could go on with more details . But I say NOPE to everything.
Clinical Team Assistant (Former Employee) – Kentucky – January 7, 2018
The Director of Nursing was very organized and ran a good office. The office was fact paced and stressful at times but manageable. The team members worked together to keep the office running smoothly despite the stress.
PERSONAL CARE WORKER (Current Employee) – Marinette, WI – January 5, 2018
One cannot count on "regular" hours or clients, just as you get to know one, you are replaced by the "new girl" that YOU trained--often, insufficient "training" on new clients. Promised hours or clients mean nothing to management & scheduler. Constant schedule changes from new workers quitting and last minute changes. Often you get "cheated out" on travel miles (paid for clients within 1 hour--so either they won't schedule you another client, or they will schedule the next client 1:15 minutes so you don't get paid OR Send you to a client in the morning, then nothing again to late afternoon--so no travel miles), Often 15 minutes between clients--that takes 15-25 minutes to get there (especially in winter), Forget time to "eat lunch" between clients.
Office staff is nice. Clients are pleasant
(see review). Constant schedule changes, broken promise of amount of hours
LPN Almost Family HH, Home Health Nurse (Former Employee) – Zanesville, OH – December 27, 2017
overall great place to work but no benefits or insurance was available. Very flexible hours and case load and family friendly place to work . I enjoyed working for them if they just would have had affordable insurance offered to us
LPN (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – December 19, 2017
Employees are under appreciated & there are no benefits unless you have a salaried position within the office. The employee are not compensated well at all. It is very stressful & corporate has no concern for it's employees.
Poor upper management. This company does not care about it's employees.
Account Executive, Assistant ADS (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – December 14, 2017
Almost Family is constantly undergoing changes that are never fully integrated unto process on either the sales or operational side. I would not suggest working for this company unless you can deal with near constant chaos.
The is a nice company to work for if you dont care to traveling all the time
Caregiver/Personal Assistant (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – December 6, 2017
This company was very good to me when I needed off or sick they worked with me if I needed more hour they would help but the traveling on the road from Lexington to Richmond to Lawrencburg just got old and gas was high at that time you go to elderly home to care for them baths,meds, dressing them clean their house ,
HHA (Former Employee) – Stamford, CT – December 4, 2017
A typical day at work includes getting clients ready in the morning by giving them baths, grooming, cooking, feeding and taking them to appointments. There was no particular culture since it is just me and the client in their homes
Staff RN/ Case Manager (Former Employee) – Spokane, WA – November 28, 2017
Home health is rewarding as it relates to direct patient care but difficult in that productivity quotas don't relate to patient needs. 8 patients/ 8 hours plus travel time doesn't add up and creates pressure to cut time spent with patients.
Fiscal disaster with no assistance from management
Agency Director (Former Employee) – Ontario, OH – November 20, 2017
The company was in in chaos when I was hired. Fiscal disaster. Extremely low staffing. Patients not getting services. Upper management would not allow more hiring to assist in getting services completed in the office.
bad benefits, expensive health insurance, long hours, unrealistic expectations