Systems Support Technician (Former Employee) – Potomac, MD – February 21, 2018
Group policy followed HIPAA Work friendly zone Low wage payment Used Point Click Care (PCC) as a Healthcare software tool for data entry to assist Nurses and Doctors to administer proper care and provisioning
Rewarding patient work. Mean unprofessional nursing staff.
COTA/L (Current Employee) – Gross point woods mi – March 17, 2018
There is strange us versus them between the nursing staff and the therapy staff. This extends to nursing management as well. Unfortunately this dynamic has been there for 10+ years and anyone who tries to bridge the gap is vilified. Bulling and juvenile behaviors are justified by management and there is no accountability for those individuals who act unprofessional on a regular basis. The best part of the job is seeing my patients reach their goals and discharge home safely. The worst part is having to deal with mean and unprofessional nursing staff and management.
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Former Employee) – Hemet, Ca – March 15, 2018
i have been a devoted employee for many years, and this place has gone down hill so fast that I don't enjoy going to work anymore. I am looking to leave but I am dedicated to my patients and co-workers so that is difficult. You can be the best employee and yet this loyalty is not noticed or appreciated. Patient care is not important here and I used to think one person could make a difference, but there needs to be so many of those "one persons", Management does not care about their employees and that saddens me the most since there are great people working there. Save yourself the eventual heartache and don't work or send family members here.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Montgomeryville, PA – March 15, 2018
Very unprofessional and unorganized. Older nurses are possessive over the units they work. Rather than help the new and younger nurses they push you away, right out the door. The DON would threaten to report nurses licenses for facility errors beyond the nurses control. For example, them being understaffed. If the over all culture of faculty was in tune, they could retain employees. To me, that’s bullying.
2nd shift Supervisor over Housekeeping/Laundry (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – March 15, 2018
Supervised cleaning of the interior facility and aided in limiting the spread of infection and germs. Made sure that housekeepers completed their responsibilities and maintained a clean environment for the residents and visitors.
RN- Noc shift (Former Employee) – Gig Harbor, WA – March 14, 2018
A lot of good workers there, but the work was heavy. Almost nobody ever got their breaks. The biggest problem with the benefits was that they only gave 4 days of leave time/ year. And they wouldn't let you accumulate it. I needed surgery on my feet and couldn't get it working there. They also had a lot of changes in administrative staff (Administrator, DNS, etc., ) all at once.
Scheduling Coordinator/Accounts Payable/CNA (Former Employee) – Williamsport, PA – March 13, 2018
Starting as an aide was wonderful, then I advanced into scheduler. Did so well in that, I became the Accounts Payable. Did so well in that, started being a fill in receptionist when ours left. There was not enough time in a 8hr day, so they turned into 10+ hour days. I also highly recommend NOT being a CNA, LPN or RN in this position because you WILL be the 1st person pulled to the floor due to a call off and then be expected to have everything pertaining to your job done before you leave. This position also doesn't come with a company phone which is absolutely ridiculous. Texting is the most successful way of communication to get open shifts filled. I found employees calling and texting my personal cell phone ALL hours of the day/night. Work phones are for salary employees only BUT somehow our hourly admissions director has one. With the large work load I did have i was dismissed for some miniscule mistakes. Taking a job like this and doing well, jobs and tasks will be delegated to you. I made it in my position for 2.5 years. Change in administrative staff happened after year 1 which is a learning curve that the building is STILL struggling to learn. The residents that I've taken care of there for the past 5 years is the #1 thing that makes me sad about no longer working there. So cheers to a brighter future!
I learned a lot and I will always be grateful for the experiences I had with the company. But with that being said the wages aren't very competitive. There is room for advancement if you desire to be in management. But the salary of the managers isn't worth the high work load. So you have to weigh your own tolerances to determine if this is the place for you.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Citrus Heights, CA – March 12, 2018
Most of the staff was friendly and helpful. The nurses and CNA'S I worked with were awesome. The facility was always neat and clean. I really liked the way the building was set up. It made it easy to find what you needed.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – March 12, 2018
8 years working for the company never a promotion even do I put application for others positions, poor communication from Human resource always take the side of the company or managers some managers do no even know how to use a computer and they make over 50 grand a year very unprofessional always gossip around bad place to work if you are looking to promote yourself.
Certified Nurses Assistant (CNA) (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – March 11, 2018
Really enjoyed working for them. I loved commuting with the ederly and disabled people. The staff were really great people to work with. Everyone came in with a smile everyday, and left with a smile everyday.
nice lunch breaks
getting close to some ederly person and having to leave them.
As a mobile therapist it was stressful because the supervisors were not very good in communicating with one another which made my job harder than what it needed to be. Despite the lack of communication between supervisors they never treated me like I was less and always worked with me if I needed days off. Would go back as full time if I would be in one building not as a mobile therapist.
Stna (Former Employee) – North olmsted ohio – March 9, 2018
Homan resources is a joke pay me 10 bucks an hrs as an experience stna and time clock never works management is unprofessional forgot process my paycheck had to wait an extra two days they gave me the wrong paycheck had to report them half the workers are foreigners with bad English place smelll like to urine. And the had me take a v resident to a doctors appointment On my secoND day and knew nothing about him and the doctor asked me questions and had no idea about the resident I felt horrible thank God I know I left that terrible place
Low pay management terrible the mess up your Pay time clock never works