All positions (Current Employee), Pueblo, CO – November 12, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: breaks unlimited
Being able to learn something and accomplish it, seems to be a joy to me. Doing these little jobs I do helps me gain the knowledge I need to get it done right. And doing it day by day seems to become a hobby I enjoy doing. The clients I work for treat me with much respect. They also know when I'm asked to do so, I finish what I start and do exactly – more... what they asked for. There are no IF, AND's or BUT's on what i'm being asked to do. I'm a great tool to work with. I'm here to work for you. and i'm here as a servant at your Service. I am more then willing to have a Job from you. PLEASE contact.. – less
home health aide (Former Employee), wyandotte MI – August 9, 2013
I took care of one lady. I would get her up and showered and ready for the day. I would make her breakfast and lunch, gave her the medicine she needed. I did range of motion with her extremities and would watch television with her. She loved going on walks even though she was in a wheel chair. She was an amazing lady I am very lucky I had the pleasure – more... of knowing her. – less
Health (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – June 3, 2013
I really enjoyed being there because there was always something going on. I was able to develop a wonder friendship with the client and his mother, I was amazed at how sensitive I discoverd I was while working with them. I feel like I have learned so much from them to the point I was able to realize the passion I had for elderly and/or disabled people. – more... All I want is for someone to give me the opportunuity to be able to give back. – less
Health Facilitator (Current Employee), Corona, CA – April 24, 2013
Pros: a smile from anyone.
Cons: driving in la, i guess.
I go to work and like when the alarm clock wakes me up to go for the new challenge of the day's work. I like personal interactions and enjoy having that light bulb pop on for a new thing in the job place. Hardest part of a job is taking an hour VS a half hour lunch, I love to work and I love to kid around with co-workers. I spend a 1/3rd of my day at – more... work.. I like to keep it light but I love to go home and feel like I accomplished something for someone. – less
Patient Account Manager (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – April 18, 2013
Travel to homes and make sure patients diabetic needs are in great standing. manage accounts on an internet database. learned to work well with other people that i do not see on an day to day basis and met new faces everyday.
Nusre Assistant (Understudy) (Former Employee), Lake Wales, Fl. – April 6, 2013
Pros: interacting and client being able to remember me having memory loss.
What I have learned from this past job, was that. No matter where you go and how well in life you become, down the line, you will need someone who cares a great deal about you job, to tend to you and make sure you're at good health. The hardest part of the job was when my client would become ill and not knowing if he would come out of the hospital safe – more... and sound. – less
Office Manager (Former Employee), Clarksville, TN – January 2, 2013
Pros: open friendly atmosphere
Cons: lack of internal advancement within this company
Typical M-F, 8-5 with with overtime required. I learned more about Human Resources. Management was involved at an minimum. Low supervision required. Co-workers were very approachable, The hardest part of my job was my background being more Corporate and I wore suits verses a more relaxed atmosphere. Our Wednesday Staff Meetings were very productive – more... in coming together and understanding job flows better. – less