Pros: ipad, the people, flexibility, opportunity for licensing, paid trainings
Cons: extensive travel, paperwork that does not end, turnover in employees and cases, not able to rely on a set # of hours.
I worked for the company for roughly 7 or 8 mos. They offered paid training but you would need to travel extensively to get to most of them. In the beginning you have a lot of out of pocket expenses to get state and federal clearances, which would be reimbursed later on.
A lot of turnover. I feel like I was paid by the minute because we had to track our time which got a bit crazy trying to compute weekly. Also you get paid different wages depending on what you are doing. Paperwork is paid at minimum wage if at all. Very little mileage pay if any. You could not count on your hours because the families you are caring for are not necessarily reliable. There's quite a bit of driving and mandatory yearly trainings.
The paperwork was the worst ..even with the iPad.
Great work experience for college graduates or if you need a job that will work around your schedule.