Health Care Specialist (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 1, 2016
its an okay job my only qualms are the bad management. A typical day would include working with the clients they would either watch tv or set up an activity that you yourself need to do.. the clients need constant attention, and sometimes there is drama over owner ships of houses.
Case Manager Aide (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 25, 2016
At first the organization makes you feel welcomed from the upper management level. But then on the lower management level the expectations are unrealustic.Overall if they like you, they keep you. Turn over was high in my department due to the unprofessionalism of the supervisor. Most people either resign if not fired without merit before probationary period due to unionization.
Counseling Intern (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 7, 2016
A typical day consists of me providing counseling/therapeutic services to clients. Person-centered is the theoretical orientation however multiple interventions and skills were used, such as motivational interview, scaling, validation, and so forth. I co-facilitate weekly group. Weekly supervision was given. The hardest part of the job was down time. The most enjoyable part was supervision and client-engagement.
Your job depends on your popularity with the company
Case coordinator (Former Employee) – Wilmington Delaware – June 29, 2016
Your job depends on your popularity with the company and colleagues. If you are willing to paw wow with your colleagues as well as with management and your colleagues after hours and interact socially then you'll be received better. If you are aloner or a person that likes to just do your job and go home your advancement will be very limited. Management will tell you that they're very much about the population they service when in actuality they're more about the money and payment points that you're able to gain as well as the overall money that they receive doing the fiscal year. The job schedule tends to be flexible, but the caseloads are high in numbers and very demanding. The bottom line is always the numbers and not the individuals that are being serviced.
The company gives a false representation of the care they claim they provide for the members.
Direct Care Supervisor (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 7, 2016
I really love the company, and the training was outstanding. I can call in to the corporate office with any issue, and the staff would handle my concern with excellent. I wish the position was full-time with benefits.
Poor Place in terms of Social Skills among Supervisors and Peers
Quality Assurance Specialist (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – January 12, 2016
Poor Management, Social Skills for just about any and ever employee has and will occur... Cultural Dismay with everyone. Peers and Supervisors seek private information from staffers to use it against another. It's all a melting pot of ignorance among staff. If seeking a place with great attitudes and agendas for work opportunities this organization is not it. If you need a paycheck and deal with rachettness, by all means.
Direct Care Worker (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 6, 2015
The hardest part of my work was to keep my client on a schedule because she easily distracted. It was also hard for her to get exercise. The most enjoyable part of my job was seeing the transformation my client was making and how much she improved.
Productive, active environment that is challenging and fun.
Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 13, 2015
Fast paced & busy environment. Learned via various trainings. Management is supportive. Co-workers are phenomenal & supportive. Not being able to leave on time is the hardest part. Consulting with the clients and having fun with my co-coworkers is the most enjoyable part.
Good working with people and helping them with the things they need
Human Services Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Dover, DE – July 12, 2015
My typical day at work included me bathing my clients, giving them their medication, and preparing their meals. Also, making phone calls for them as a customer service representative and acting as their personal assistant and doing errands for them. What I learned was that in order for me to help them, they had to tell me what to do, and I already knew what to do, so I did my job and I did it very well. The management was very nice. I worked overtime when necessary and mandatory. My co-workers were on time and we assisted each other with various tasks. The hardest part of the job was lifting the clients out of the bed into the wheelchair. The most enjoyable part of the job as being there with my clients and helping them in their time of need.
Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 8, 2015
Jevs Human Services is a great place to work. The positions I held were team player positions and thing went well. I enjoyed my job and co-workers. There was room for advance ment and I did get a promotion to a better paying position. There is room to move and JEVS takes good care of its employees.
Home Health Aide/Caregiver (Former Employee) – Wilmington, DE – June 1, 2015
the assigned supervisor is never available payroll always messes up peoples checks and overall the experience was very shakey. there is no real solid forum in working with this company. I would never recommend them to anyone
meeting new people with real life disabilities
the company was very awful working with the employees