Accounts Payable Specialist (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – November 30, 2016
I enjoyed my time at CHS and would still be continuing my career with them if it wasn't for them relocating to Florida. The relocation package does not really make sense, but that's not my position to let them know that.
Challenging place with many possibilities to grow in the professional field.
Youth Care Worker (Former Employee) – Homestead, FL – April 19, 2017
I liked to work as Youth Care Worker. I was eager to learn and to developed new skills. A typical day was making sure the children I was going to be in charge were all present if not to have a report where the child or if more than one was at. I learned how to make reports for the ORR being specific and detail oriented. The work place was okay and the most enjoyable part of my job was when I informed the children that their case was approved and were ready to go home.
RN Medical Review (Current Employee) – Cape Canaveral, FL – April 16, 2017
Government contrats are not guaranteed work. Layoffs can happen at any time. Compition can be high. No overtime pay until you work 45 hours and rhe the rate is below what you would make if you were paid hourly.
I am responsible of providing all manner of administrative support to the Program Manager, Program Staffing Manager and FSO Security Supervisor and other departments as required. I am an Approver of time thru Deltek system for over 2000 + employees Create and implement forms to be used at the facility Assists all areas of program support as needed such as time recording Documents or inputs data as required to appropriate tracking systems or dashboard Coordinates scheduling of meetings as needed for program support Performs duties in a safe manner. Follows the corporate safety policy. Participates and supports safety meetings, training and goals. Ensures safe operating conditions within area of responsibility. Encourages co-workers to work safely
Youth Care Worker (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – April 6, 2017
I've heard co-workers say the phrase "we are treated like cattle" more than once. It is disheartening to put everything into a company that is willing to fire its employees from one day to another. IF you are a temporary employee for CHS, beware. They will tell you everything is fine, they will tell you not to worry or not to fret, but at the end of the day, if you see things slowing down, DO look for options.
From one day to another, the company "let go" over 1500 employees, and two weeks later, the same thing happened. There was no warning, there was no time for those with families to look for other opportunities. Badges were deactivated and the company did not even have the decency to call beforehand to tell the employee not to come in, but instead, many workers who believed they were coming in to clock in for one more day of work were simply not allowed into the premise.
Do not trust these people, they are not your friends.
Medical Aide (Former Employee) – Homestead, FL – April 1, 2017
Very helpful employees, relaxed workplace, great pay and best overall experience in a different setting. Did have a couple problems but not something that didn't get fixed :) Overall, the best work staff that made it the best job experience ever !
always kept busy, helpful managers, and friendly environment.
This has been my favorite company thus far. Treat there employees excellent, have excellent benefits and excellent management. I have learned cost point, AMMS (inventory system) licensed to drive a fork lift, vetted for TSA. I'm very busy at work. I run 2 major contracts in logistics. TSA (Transportation Security Administration) CBP (Customs and Border Protection) I also inventory and distribute uniforms to our employees in Iraq, Afghanistan, UK and many other countries.
Lead Youth Care Worker (Current Employee) – Homestead, FL – March 15, 2017
This Job is a temporary employer, pays very well. The management is horrible (shift supervisors, Site leads), they speak to the staff unprofessionally and be little you. Favoritism at its finest you see here and its a shame because there's employees that'll do a much better job then some of the higher ups.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Homestead Air Force Base, FL – March 6, 2017
The people, culture, and management are outstanding. I believe that this company will continue to strive for success. I will recommend anyone who is looking for a career and new experiences to work at this company.
A typical day at work is to assess patients, communicate with the providers to make a plan and intervene if necessary and reevaluate patients within a period of time to offer 100% quality patient care.
Paramedic (Current Employee) – Homestead Air Force Base, FL – March 5, 2017
just know if your not there favorite worker in management you will be thrown out to the curb with no notice. management team does not know what there doing everything changes day to day. paramedics do ALL the work and blamed for everything. no job security. fired hundreds of people with no notice like were peasants.
Youth Care Worker (Former Employee) – Homestead, FL – March 2, 2017
* Take care of an 8 uc's *take care uc's understanding their special care *take care of their well being whit zero tolerance of abuse to them * take care of them without getting involoved whit tem * learn from their culture and customs, SEE THEM SMILE AND HAPPY