AIDE (Former Employee) – Kettering, OH – March 4, 2017
Pros: Company was willing to work with you and helped with education. very flexible Cons:They didn't pay overtime, I worked over 60 hours a week. Their excuse was that I was at different homes so I didn't qualify for overtime.
RN Case Manager Home Health (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – March 17, 2016
You can get a good education here if you want to start in home care they are desperate because they are growing too fast to keep their staff full. That said they will paint you a wonderful picture of this wonderful place to work and they may uphold that for a month or two but then you start getting no support no help no communication. The bonus structure keeps you from getting them, and if you ask too many questions they become suspicious of you.
Awesome patients, only have to go to the office once a month or so
Poor benefits, pay is stuck and is nolonger competitive, growing to fast without growing support structure. I could go on...
Case Manager, Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Kettering, OH – January 10, 2016
Well run organization, with good compensation. Provides necessary tools for success. I think the service region should be more carefully analyzed to improve profitability, and a better work environment for staff members.
Good work culture and they did have a ping pong table!
Marketing / Communications Coordinator and EA (Former Employee) – Kettering, OH – October 17, 2015
Great co-workers, good productive atmosphere. Good advancement oppportunities. Management gave many extra benefits to employees. Built a beautiful kitchen for all of us to use, provided Thanksgiving meal to us all. Had outings for employees and their families.
work culture, advancement opportunities, co-workers
when the business began to grow, some of the changes they made went directly against their "We Care Like Family" tagline
Clinical Field Staff Supervisor (Current Employee) – Kettering, OH – September 23, 2015
This can be a good company and has a lot of potential. There is a significant amount of micromanaging. As nurses, autonomously caring for patient's health is needed. This company's management team does not allow for each individual nurse to show his or her skills without feeling threatened.