Registered Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 14, 2017
This office I was mainly back office. I worked with 6 different doctors. For every doctor there were 2 assistants. I also assisted the Hygienist and was in charge of restocking the hygiene rooms. I really enjoyed this office. There were monthly meetings for both locations. Hire management was awesome, benefits were great. This company offered a lot to the employees. I was let go for not renewing my license on time. It said inactive even though it was going through the mail. For some reason, it was not letting me renew online. The renewal office said it was due to my first time renewing. I am on a rehire status for Communicare.
Did a lot of chair side, monthly meetings for all offices
Intern (Former Employee) – Oxford, MS – July 9, 2017
The internship I had at Communicare was absolutely amazing. My supervisor went above and beyond and I learned more than I could have ever imagined. There is a laid back environment that allows for comfort and feeling welcomed.
Communicare was very warm and caring. It gave employees and clients room to grow
Internship (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – May 24, 2017
The staff was very seasoned and provided great feedback and guidance to the interns that were new to the field. They often seemed overworked but worked to the best of their abilities to complete the task that were before them. Communicare was like a family and clients could feel that upon entering the building.
Effective team meetings, group outings, free spirited environment
Support Broker (Current Employee) – Elizabethtown, KY – April 24, 2017
They give you the maximum amount of consumers on your caseload, and they do not ever give raises in this department. You are overworked as a support broker; and trying to take time off is a joke because nobody wants to cover your caseload while they already have the maximum amount of consumers allowed by the state.
Mental Health Technician (Current Employee) – Elizabethtown, KY – January 26, 2017
a typical day is providing care for adolescent at a recovery center,Running life skills group for clients,Observing clients in daily activities, Support clients in life changing opportunity. proving clients with a structured environment, helping the deal with their problems, providing them tools deal with every day life situations. through the 7 challenges approach. what I have learned is how to be empathic when dealing with my clients and their problems. to not to take things personal when things don't turn out the way you want them too. management- is lacking some time. on my shift I never see my manager even when problems occur he not there. though you can call him and he does get back to you. when problems occur on the unit he no there. work place culture is loud, always busy taking care of needs, sealing with problems that has occurred. hardiest part of the job is dealing with others negative attitudes, when other don't do their part and you have to pick up the slack. not feeling supported by co-works or manager. the enjoyable part is being able to do what you love to do, helping others get through and deal with their problems. being able to impacts others lives with my experiences, education.
your able to interact with clients
low pay, no raises, no chance of moving up in th e company, lack of communication
Mental Health Technician (Former Employee) – Elizabethtown, KY – January 16, 2017
The staff is always very helpful and ready to answer any question you have. Training is adequate for the positions you apply for. The work to life ratio is generally pretty good, but overtime is most always available.
Assistant Business Office Manager (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – September 6, 2016
I enjoyed working for this community. My job has been eliminated. The community itself is woderful. Good staff, mgmt. I do not appreciate how I was notified of my job being eliminated. This was to be a full time position when I was hired. I feel duped. They knew from my resume that I am not a "job jumper" and that I was looking for longevity.
valuable experience and opportunity to expand your portfolio and expertise. Agency is very well known, however it is very hard to balance work and life because of the amount of hours required for the agency.
Caregiver/Personal Assistant (Former Employee) – Weiser, ID – June 14, 2016
Typical day at work is like, standard routine with love and some negativity from the clients. I learned to have more patience and communication skills with co-workers and clients. Management is great with lots of understanding, love, care, and team work. Co-workers are easy going. Hardest part of the job was finding coverage, and not becoming emotionally attached. Most enjoyable part of the job was when the clients become emotional involved with me.
free, lunch, dinner and mostly love from your clients
Resident Aide (Current Employee) – Elizabethtown, KY – June 5, 2016
this is a decent company for people that just need some extra money. management sucks when it comes to the job itself but are really cool otherwise. You have your lazy employees as in any job. alot of useful training that they teach and plenty of room for advancement as you further your education. the pay sucks when youre in an entry level position even if you have years of experience. I dont like that they say that you job comes before your kids, family and school. 12 hour days are long without a break. will put you on various shifts even if you only want to work a specific one. high turnover rate. plenty of overtime
can get alot of hours, great benefits, cool employees
no lunch breaks, dont work with you on scheduling, working every weekend