Caretaker (Former Employee) – Villa Grove, IL – June 25, 2016
If you love working with the elderly this is a great job, you fall in love with a lot of your clients. You do travel a lot to and from each clients home but are paid mileage. It is hard when you lose a client bc its like losing part of your own family.
Certified Peer Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – May 5, 2016
I enjoyed my work because it kept me away from the pettiness of the office and management staff. The director is a money centered ego driven business woman who lacks the empathy needed for this profession. The best part of this position was not having to deal with the bad attitudes and immaturity of the staff both local and at the cooperate office.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Lincoln Park, MI – March 19, 2016
Not very welcoming. Consumers are not always compliant with scheduled appointments and you are required to see a certain number of consumers on a daily basis in order to make productivity. Management is very busy and not always available for questions that require immediate attention or clarification. Some co-workers are not very approachable or are willing to help. The hardest part of the job is the lack of training and having no one to properly train new hires. The most enjoyable part is working with the consumers and seeing progress.
Health Care Provider (Former Employee) – Washington, PA – May 14, 2016
Excellent Health Care Provider Providing health care to clients. This includes Meal preparation, light housekeeping, transportation, grocery shopping, medication set-up. Companionship and other various duties when needed.
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 7, 2016
I had the opportunity to work for this employer. A typical day for me was mostly taking phone calls and handling paperwork. I had to balance going to school and working with the company. I admired the friendly demeanor of the CEO who took her time getting to know me and helping me.
2 women in our main office in Fairfield are " Very Unprofessional " when it comes to their attitudes...They talk to us,their workers in very rude ways
Caregiver/Personal Assistant (Current Employee) – Fairfield, IL – February 19, 2016
Laundry,dishes,cooking,bathing clients,running shopping errands or trips to Dr.appts.....You get so attached to your clients much like a part of your family...The hardest part of this job is when your client passes away or has lost their memory from alzheimers or other health issues and no longer know you or their blood related family...The most enjoyable part of my job is getting to know these clients and all the stories I enjoyed being told by them from so many years ago....Much Knowledge is Gained and a lot of fond memories
Getting to know such great clients
Not enough pay...only 1 week vacation no matter how many years you have been there..
Document Retention Coordinator (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – January 25, 2016
I started my job at 8:00 am and worked until 4:30 pm . I really enjoyed my job. I was a Document Retention Coordinator. I scanned and accurately keyed non-standard invoices, correspondence and corrected claims alpha/numerically for processing and send to the Claims Department daily while meeting all processing deadlines.
Called and answered phone calls from Providers, Custom Service Team Members and Quick Silver.
Medical Assistant- Pediatrics (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – February 3, 2016
I enjoyed my time at this employer and had a fantastic team of MA's to work with. They made every day coming to work a pleasure and gave me support that I will take with me in all my future endeavors. The management team that was provided did their best to be available however due to a shortage of managerial staff this was difficult and is the only area that I wish had been better addressed. This was my first true exposure to a pediatric based clinic and as such I learned a great deal. I was able to develop my pediatric skills and find true fulfillment in this area. I discovered a true love from helping and caring for the children that our clinic served.
Fantastic team members, fun work environment, educational opportunities
home health aide (Former Employee) – Belleville, IL – January 6, 2016
Taking care of the elderly was fun, got to learn things from in their time, most of them were wonderful. The flexibility was also amazing since i could move clients around to suit everyones day. the only bad thing i have to say is some of the supervisors aren't equal and fair. I miss helping the elderly a lot. I desperately miss some of my clients.
Case Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 26, 2016
Working at community care was ok for me in the beginning but further along into my year things started to get crazy, instead of co workers trying to help each other they are bringing each other down and I would rather not work in that type of environment.
Adult Community Support Worker (Current Employee) – Bangor, ME – November 2, 2015
Community Care has been an excellent place to work, unfortunately their productivity scale does not work for me. I am unable to make enough money to support my family. The staff and management at Community Care are amazing, friendly, and knowledgeable. It is a pleasure to come to work at such a supportive environment. If the pay were more competitive I would definitely stay on board, but I need to do what is best for my family.
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) (Current Employee) – Swansea, IL – December 8, 2015
I enjoyed my time interacting with patients, and the staff/management were excellent people to work with. The management team were open to hearing my ideas to improve the companies overall performance.
A typical day working for Community Care is servicing senior citizens in need of assistance
Home care provider (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 1, 2015
The joy I get from working for Community Care is that it allows me to help those who are unable or limited to do for themselves. A typical day would consist of cleaning the clients apartment, cooking, monitoring if client taking medication in a timely manner or running errands. What I've learned from working with the seniors is that they do get lonely and often times just want some company.
This is a company that really values their employees
Alternative Case Manager (Current Employee) – Biddeford, ME – October 13, 2015
I am responsible for assessment, follow through with families around child safety and assisting with putting supports in place to decrease likelihood of another report called into DHHS due to concerns.
Caregiver/Personal Assistant (Current Employee) – Pittsfield, IL – September 17, 2015
They have wonderful benefits. The supervisors try to work with you. Some of the people in the office are nicer then other ones. But youll have that anywhere you go. The only bad thing I can say is your never guaranteed hours do to you could loose a client or they can call in and not want you today and want you tomorrow. People always call off so You can work a lot of fillins if you prefer