Home Health Aide (HHA) (Former Employee), Albany, NY – December 1, 2013
Pros: steady work
Cons: expensive healthcare
I really enjoyed my co-workers. They were a happy, helpful group of individuals, always ready to assist each other. One woman, who was given the difficult clients, had a heart of gold. She kept a smile on her face, and a song on her lips. She said it was her job to keep everyone happy. I soon adopted her way of thinking, and my job became a joy. The – more... most enjoyable part of being a Home Health Aide, was arriving at a clients home, and being greeted with a huge smile. – less
Certified Home Health Aide (Former Employee), Cherry Hill, NJ – July 30, 2013
Cons: office personnel.
Office very disorganized. Client had surgery, placed in rehab center at least 3 different occasions, was expected to wait for client to be discharged to start getting paychecks. My car company was not so understanding about the situation when my car payment was late.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee), Babylon, NY – February 21, 2013
i would go to the person house and take care of them untill they family came home. how to care for the older people. management was of not the best. did not work with anyone else in the home.where some of the people lived trying to get to them. the peop[le
Patient Care Assistant (Current Employee), Albany, NY – January 12, 2013
Pros: great flexible hours
Every client is different with different needs. I learned mostly a lot about other cultures. The management is helpful. I don't see co-workers because work is private. The job is not hard because attentive trains you to make sure you can reach all the skills needed.
Mailroom Clerk (Former Employee), Albany, NY – April 22, 2012
Attentive was a pretty good place to work the temp job lasted longer than most temp jobs. The pay was ok and the job itself was not bad. The staff in the mailroom was fun and we had a good time however; the insurance adjusters were not as laid back.