Cons: no benefits at all, poor and inadequate training
Speaking from my personal experience only. Felt my three hour training was very inadequate before they told me to go to work. They did not do a thorough background check on me. They said in my orientation a few years ago that they only hire experieced caregivers- this is so they dont have to pay to train you. No guaranteed hours, no benefits- at all. No pto until one YEAR of employment. This really is a job that puts employees in a very precarious financial situation, wondering how many hours they have, hoping they don't get sick- no sick days, it is very stressful. Very inadequate ongoing training. I really would highly recommend not working here. Come on- you have to treat your workers like they are human beings.