LPN (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – April 6, 2017
I worked at Continuum for 4 years. The office staff was amazing and gave me a lot of emotional support when I left a physically abusive relationship. Not only did they give me a job that worked around my life as a single mother, but they truly helped me to keep my kids safe and helped me get back my self-confidence as a person. They not only care about their patients, but they also truly care about their nurses.
Self -scheduling, caring office staff. Dana Edwards. Kathy Mitchell.
Average pay. I had to leave when I got my BSN because the pay at the hospital was better.
These folks were smart aggressive but too sales oriented. SO much so that they let any high paying customer change the direction of the product. Trying to become all things to all customers they ended up in a dismal state. Lacking they own vision
A great place to work if your willing to give some effort. The job is stressful at times because of the hours 12+ most days but are very well compensated for the work you do in comparison to other companies in the area.
Certified Nurse Assistant (Current Employee) – Des Peres, MO – August 21, 2016
The orientation is long and gives you a brief training on Certified Nurse Assistant workload when most are hired on as caregiver. The low pay rate is for an agency starts at 10 an hour only goes up to 10.75.
Environmental Crew Leader (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – February 21, 2016
The job is a decent job if you're having trouble finding anything else. It's environmental services so the job is physical labor and depending on the weather you could be working 60 hours, or 5 hours a week. Not counting that against them. The people who you work with are very unreliable, at best, just because of the nature of the job. Also the type of hourly workers there aren't really people I would usually associate with, nor spend time with outside of work. But again, no big sins. The Bosses are nice when you do a good job, and fairly understanding if something goes awry. There is a decent opportunity for upwards mobility but, these positions are hardly something I would call desirable. If you are in a pinch, and need some cash, this place is great. If you're looking for a career here, more than likely try somewhere else. But, hey, if you live in Michigan, most times you'll take what you can get, right? To put it bluntly, if you have a degree, look elsewhere. If you don't have a degree and need to find work, this place will be just fine as long as you don't mind physical labor.
Nice Bosses, Fairly good pay (if the hours are there).
Unreliable coworkers, boss turnover, 24/7/365 availability.
50% of my time was spent travelling to client sites to provide consulting services.
When I was in the home office, I programmed customer specific modifications to our insurance software package, Life70. In addition, I wrote corrective code for identified problems to this software.
Another part of my job was teaching classes for clients and also for new Continuum employees. One of the classes was a Life70 Technical training class. I also taught classes in Assembler language programming.
The most enjoyable part of this job was the diversity of opportunities
Mechanical Engineer Co-op (Former Employee) – West Newton, MA – April 2, 2013
This was my 3rd co-op or internship and got to work on a variety of client based projects. My co-workers were reliable sources of knowledge whenever I had a question. Everyone in the company seemed to enjoy working there.
Very pleasant place to work with a friendly staff.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 14, 2013
Communication with the client and staff is awesome. my co-workers are extremely pleasant and helpful. the hardest part of the job is the travel due to gas expensense . However, they try to staff you close to your zip code.