If you want to join a corporate rat race with appallingly terrible pay and benefits, this one is for you. Inconsistent work, revocation of health benefits after they give you inconsistent work, no program – more... development for clients. Just to name a few. Management could be good depending on who but are stretched so thin that they are unable to make a meaningful impact. Corporate structure means profit from needy clients goes up the ladder to fund ridiculous trips for admin and probably some guy's yacht. Immoral in how they treat staff and skim money off clients. Keep looking. – less
On-Call Manager (Current Employee), Hickory, NC – May 26, 2015
Pros: Work from home
Comfort of working from home but must be ready to work at anytime during on-call shift. No room for advancement due to no college degree. Hardest part of job is filling shifts when staff has been told – more... they work at their availability & simple no is all they have to say to not work shift. Best part of job is being in touch with some really great people by phone. May never meet them in person, but have strong bond via phone. – less
home health aide (Former Employee), Bloomfield, NJ – May 20, 2015
Pros: 401k plants
checking patients every day . use safely things to the clients use gloves all the time whit the clients, write a report every day, call contact emergency in case needed always have a contact number, demonstrate good relations ship with clients
Home Health aide (Former Employee), Garden City – May 12, 2015
Their pay rate is the worst they do not have any case plus the fired you for the least thing they fired my friend because she was sick and couldn't go to work she send in a doctors note then the she had family issues and she told them as soon as possible and they told her they not gonna give her anymore case.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – May 6, 2015
loved this job the pay sucks tho!!! they really need to give their employees more money $07.25 is not enough to live off of I was working 7 days a week and still not satisfied with the money I was bringing home its a great job just need more money
Home Health Aide (Former Employee), Garden City, NY – May 1, 2015
A typical day at work is fun . I learned how to manage time and hard work. The management is reliable and competent. co-workers are fun and good team players. To see your patient die is the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job is being appreciated by the Agency for a well done job.