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.
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
Clinical Team Assistant (Former Employee) – Godfrey, IL – November 19, 2017
Almost family is a mediocre place to work. Nothing outstanding about the job or the coworkers. There isn't much good or bad to say about Almost Family except their corporate office is out of touch with their local offices.
Companion (Former Employee) – Waterbury, CT – November 18, 2017
went out of business but the job was enjoyment working with the clients.i did my hardest work with the clients by having them enjoy working with me. it was a good company but sadly will miss the staff.
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – York, PA – November 16, 2017
This company takes advantage of hospice patients and their families. Administration is corrupt and only concerned about census. Lies to families and delivers empty promises. Upper management engaged in illegal behavior which is swept under the rug for the sake of money. Stay far far away.
Rehab (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – November 8, 2017
Working at Almost Family was a negative experience. Health insurance is way too high. Management is poor and no one seemed to be of assistance. The director has her favorites and if your not one of them then you get little respect. Management overstaffed and/or struggles to find a balance in staff so that current staff stays busy. This job creates a level of anxiety and stress that was unhealthy. The best part of the job was working with the patients
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Lake Katrine, NY – November 7, 2017
Almost Family looks out for their employees. They seem to not have enough help in the corporate office for the amount of branches they have They are very successful at putting the patients first. Being able to keep patients out of the hospital and providing care in their home is rewarding. The go to agency in the Hudson valley.
Manager (Current Employee) – Western PA – October 31, 2017
I've worked for OMNI for almost 16 years. I plan on retiring from here someday. With so much changing in health care, I find it refreshing to work for a company that maintains good core values. I'm a very competitive person and I leave everyday wanting to do more! I feel very much part of a team and honored to serve the elderly population.
Clinical Manager (Former Employee) – Swansea, IL – October 23, 2017
RN clinical manager to a group of field nursing staff to provide quality nursing care to patients in their private homes or assisted living centers. It was a busy workplace that allowed for autonomy in my daily job. The director was fair and reliable. The staff was supportive & available.