I have worked for this company for nine years and they are a good company to work for the coordinators sometime forget to let the employee know when a job is not available when they tell you they will get back to you otherwise great
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – August 26, 2016
The case workers are very nice and they work hard to make sure that all of the Home Health Aids and Caregivers maintain 40 hours a week. The clients are warm and outgoing. I love working for Grisworld Home care and I enjoy providing quality care for the clients. Grisworld is a wonderful company that has excellent Home Health Aids and Caregivers that are kind, caring, compassionate. If Grisworld Home Care is an honest and reliable Home Health Care company that take great care of your family member.
A variety of tasks everyday, a need to stay organized
Human Resource Coordinator (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – February 19, 2017
Busy at times, a required need to multi-task, need excellent organizational skills, very little supervision, some minor issues in the office; some have more freedom than others and some unprofessional-ism, issues with employee accountability, a normal day in the office may have it's busy times but can be very slow, too.
Free lunch every Friday, somewhat flexible schedule
Fellow employee lack of professionalism, lack of intervention from the manager
Certified Nurse's Assistant (Current Employee) – Cedar Hills, UT – May 30, 2016
I is good to work here we work together as a team and help each other out. A typical day is helping people go to the bathroom, help get them dressed and ready for the day help with getting and feeding them meals ,washing and folding clothes. This job has helped me to be more patient and empathetic toward others
the Management are very helpful and try to be understanding
the Hardest part about this job is when some of the people you are working for are not patient it is hard do to things for every one at the same time the most enjoyable part of my job is when I have time to talk with the resadents.
able to choose days I work
it is not working with in home people, they mess up on the schedule somtimes
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Berlin, NJ – August 30, 2016
It's hard to work somewhere where there are so many employees for the small management team to keep up with. I don't think they are following most protocol. I know this because during training they had stipulations that we were to follow and nobody really follows them.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Severna Park, MD – January 26, 2017
I am able to make my own schedule with Griswold Home Health Care and the ladies are really great with communication, they call you as soon as something is available, sometimes it's last minute but sometimes the calls come in at the last minute. But all in all it's a really good company.
Nurse Supervisor (Current Employee) – North Brunswick, NJ – April 27, 2016
My typical day working as a Griswold Home Care Supervisor entails making a visit to see the client at home to assess for any changes in their health status. I also review the care plan with the care giver making any adjustments as needed. In addition, I discuss the services being provided with the client to ensure that they have no complaints and are satisfied.
The best part of my day is teaching the client about their disease process i.e. diabetes, heart disease, medication management. I enjoy the one to one interaction with the client in their home setting.
The hardest part of my day is the commute and getting stuck in traffic.
Caregiver/Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Marietta, GA – January 6, 2016
A typical workday consists of providing care to the elderly and disabled community. This included activities of daily living, preparing meals, light housekeeping, providing transportation to and from appointments, and companionship. I learned a great deal of patience, providing quality care, and how important it is to be good at your job. This position instilled a lot of self management being that we were responsible for maintaining our own schedules, putting in the correct time sheets, completing logs of care provided, and knowing what to do in strenuous circumstances. The hardest part of the job was separating one's personal life from that of the family that is receiving care. I most enjoyed putting a smile on my clients' faces.
Caregiver / Companion (Current Employee) – Ellicott City, MD – August 16, 2015
I love that you get to set your hours. Management cares a great deal that client and caregiver are a good fit so they do a great job with matching your up with a client that you get along with. The compensation is fair and the clients are awesome. Management is very understanding about family priorities and communicates with employees respectfully. I love working for this company. And because it is nationwide I am guaranteed employment with this company where ever and whenever I choose to relocate.