Floor Technician (Current Employee) – McLean, VA – January 29, 2014
my typical day at work is taking out trash first and a good sweep and vacuum around the building, buffing floors and maintaining a clean environment. I've learn much about striping and waxing floors and a lot about politics at work. Most of the management is great and the coworkers too the hardest part of my day is my drive home going from woodbridge to Mclean can be stressful but when I get home is when I enjoy my day
District Manager (Current Employee) – South Dakota – September 22, 2017
Any job has good and bad days, but what this company has offered me, as far as opportunity and recognizing my hard work and loyalty, is amazing!! I am able to provide a great life for my family because of the opportunity I have been given to work my way up and advance in the company! I am so grateful!! I love the fast paced work environment, my days fly by!
Rewarding, get recognized, great pay and benefits, great people
The hiring process was a bit slow paced after the interview. Once i was hired, it has been smooth sailings. I have recieved everything i was promised and then some. Upper management is very hands on and is always available for assistance. I never feel like i am alone. My front line staff was very accepting to my position and is very loyal to company. The only downfall is the employees of the facility, which has nothing to do with our company.
good support, good compensation, good communication
Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Spring, TX – September 19, 2017
The job Is very demand with low pay. They expect you to do more than what they pay you for! The management team seems unprofessional at times and things that the employees have concerns about sometimes don't get heard or fixed.
MIT/ account manager (Former Employee) – Owensboro, KY – September 18, 2017
You work for a very low annual salary, you have to cover every shift that your team does not show up for day or night. They tell you from the beginning after Your training you have weekends off which is far from the truth you work pretty much every weekend maybe 1 out of 4 off. Your housekeepers and laundry workers are treated and paid even worse. Very hard to staff with this company which means you work long hours days and night with no help from your management team! And guess what your salary so they do not care!
Cook (Former Employee) – Olathe, KS – September 17, 2017
I wanted to find out if I am elegiable to work for HC again. The nursing fascility went with their own kitchen people.I worked everyday up until the last night for HC.It just seems like everybody that I might be getting bad reveiws.
Good culture with opportunities to grow and ability to make a difference in seniors' lives
Manager (Current Employee) – Michigan – September 14, 2017
You will work hard but the cause and purpose are worth it. There are many opportunities to grow in your career and the training is always improving. the hardest part is the commitment. You must be willing to own your role and with that comes a level of commitment required to be successful. This commitment is to making sure you train, develop and hold your staff accountable and make sure quality is there for our residents.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Roanoke, VA – September 12, 2017
the job was very stressful and did not get paid for the amount of work i was doing, appreciation was never given and seemed like everything you did wasn't good enough, my boss at the time i resigned was a great boss but that is rare to find
Area Manager (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 11, 2017
Management is hit or miss. The company could use some work, structurally. There are several policies that are not actually carried out by lower level nor upper level management and that causes issues throughout the company.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Sherman, IL – September 11, 2017
Bumped up to manager in less than 2 years because that company prefers to hire worthless people, treat them like garbage, and drive them away before they need raises. No support or training given for the job just expected to magically fix what all the workers before you didn't do. Petty on benefits and leave.
Environmental Services Director (Current Employee) – Warminster, PA – September 11, 2017
Position is challenging but rewarding. Management is very supportive and is striving to provide ongoing training and employee recognition in order to make the staff feel engaged and appreciated and make them feel that they are making a difference with the residents. Staffing is the biggest obstacle. Hiring qualified and dedicated employees remains a huge hurdle. With any enterprise it is the employee that is the integral component that makes or breaks the department.
Pay is not good but I loved my job, the people I worked with as well as the residents. I was never reprimamnded or anything.. Did my job well and very efficient. I experienced a medical emergency and had to have emergency surgery..Not in any way worked related. The out come of this caused me to be out of work for quite sometime, about 4 months. I was planning on returning once physically able to the entire time off. When that time came I was told by the supervisor she would not hire me back due to "communication issues" There was not one employee in the kitchen that felt I was treated fairly and all the ladies wanted me back due to my work ethics not my communication skills. On top of this she also put it on my job file not to rehire and this has caused me to be turned down on numerous jobs. I never did anything to cause this nor to deserve this job blocking. This is the supervisors personal opinion and is not fair.