Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Malone, NY – June 7, 2017
The management was ok the down falls were you get paid through independent living but the families do the hiring and firing as well as any training you need if you dont know a family you go on a list if they remember to put you on you clock in from the phone at the families house no record of your hours worked but as an overall i didnt have a problem taking care of my resident
The staff and family was great
Clocking in at residents house from house phone no record of hrs
Home Cleaning (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 16, 2017
Limpieza de casas. Las casas que limpiaba eran de conosidos. Un dia tipico en el trabajo era cuando le limpiaba toda la casa a mis clientes. Lo que apredido de este tabajo es que si todo queda como nuevo y no sucio, el cliente se siente y aprecia mas el trabajo de unomiso.
indivualismo, horario no fijo, securidad de trabajo.
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – March 1, 2017
The commute from NY to NJ was quite expensive but it was worth it because of the time and effort they spend training you to be a great medical receptionist. It feels less like an office setting considering it's a home for mentally disabled adults but once you get to know everyone, it can feel just like home.
fare reimbursement, flexible hours, full time - part time positions
taking care of two individual special needs adults integrating them into the local community. Assisting with doctors appointments, laundry, grocery shopping, sports events and other transportation needs.
Direct Support Professional (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – November 9, 2016
A typical work day is arriving to work on time, exchanging information with previous staff about what occured during the previous shift, clarifying any instructions from the rest of the team and proceeding to perform responsibilities on one own shift while also ensuring clients safety.