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Jewish Home Lifecare Employer Reviews

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Terrible
Home healh AIde (Former Employee), New York, NYAugust 4, 2014
Cons: no consideration with the aides
No consideration for the hard working HHA's. They send you to work under sever snowstorms and If you do not attend work they threaten to fire you.
Biweekly pay is sometimes not on time, having to wait a total of 4 weeks to get paid.
They are good for pushing extra work on you not taking into thought that one has a family at home.
They discriminate on – more... those who have children or those who have other responsabilites outside of work. – less
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Productive
Licensed Practical Nurse (Current Employee), Bronx, new yorkJune 10, 2014
Pros: n/ a
Cons: n/a
As a floater you don't know the residents, it takes longer to work.
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Stay away from this company
Case Manager (Former Employee), New York, NYJune 6, 2014
Pros: employees, overtime pay
Cons: everything else
management is not supportive, they tried to stop employees from returning to former positions which opened up, they like to throw employees under the bus if you do not defend yourself. Too many managers and not enough employees to do the very large volume of work which never gets done even if you stay at work late (which is not appreciated). The employees – more... were helpful with training new staff meanwhile the managers stay in their office. The 1199 union does not have the back bone it used to have to stand up to the company for not contributing to the medical benefits. Many employees may be in jeopardy of losing their benefits. – less
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work place experience
Dietetic Technician (Former Employee), adult day care centerMay 26, 2014
my typical day of work is always be busy, what I learned is to work as a team with coworkers, do multiple tasks at the same time. Enjoy more to manage my hours at time manner
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work environment is not friendly
REGISTERED NURSE (Former Employee), Bronx, NYMarch 19, 2014
Pros: unionized
Cons: benefits are ok because of union
very hectic
work is pretty much monotonous
management is ok
co workers are ok but not very friendly
hard to finish work on time..need more staff.
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Very good experience
Health Services Volunteer (Current Employee), Brooklyn, NYFebruary 14, 2014
It was very funObtain a position at a company where I can maximize my work experience and leadership skills
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good work place
Human Resources Intern- Human Resources department (Former Employee), New York, NYFebruary 4, 2014
good work placegood work place good work place good work place good work place good work place good work place good work place
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Stressful but happy
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), Bronx, NYJanuary 14, 2014
Pros: seeing residents
Cons: short staff
Work load at times can be stressful when there is not adequate staff. I have learned to not let my emotions get the best of me and to do as much as I can even if I don't take a break.
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Very little collaboration between management and line staff
Senior Program Manager (Former Employee), Bronx, NYJanuary 7, 2014
Pros: working with the elderly. and at risk youth
There is absolutely no collaboration between management and line staff.
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On the Fence
Home Health Aide (Former Employee), Bronx, NYJuly 26, 2013
Very friendly staff but didn't communicate with HHA's sufficiently. Sometimes was expected to drop everything at the last minute to go in for a case in any weather at any time.
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An organization with great opportunity for growth
Director of Clinical Resources (Current Employee), New York, NYJuly 8, 2013
A large LTC facility on the upper West Side of Manhattan availing the residents/patients and staff to the abundant advantages of being in a large city for professional growth for staff and medical advances for the residents.
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A great organization for the elderly
Assistant Accounting Clerk (Former Employee), New York, NYJune 28, 2013
The best part of my job was when orders were signed and returned after advocating for the clients' behalf to physicians
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Worked with accounting clerk
volunteer/college intern (Former Employee), manhattanJune 27, 2013
Pros: flexible hours between 9-5
Typical day included faxing, scanning and making copies of paperwork. I worked with HCMS (Home care management system) and forcura. I called doctors to track recently sent home care orders.
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very political
Office Coordinator (Former Employee), New York, NYMarch 15, 2013
Pros: gave away visa/mastercard gift cards at company functions
senior management is very political. there is always a cut throat shady vibe floating around the offices. the best part of the job were the office luncheons that my coworkers would organize.
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I enjoy working with senoir population
HHA (Current Employee), Bronx, NYMarch 3, 2013
Pros: good hours when you get them
Cons: sometimes not enough hours
A day at work enjoyable Ive learned that senoirs needs companionship someone to listen just being their for them my supervisor always listens when ever their a concern gives good advice my co-workers are the best we communicate so that our clients gets the best care hardest part is when clients are in so much pain and theirs nothing I can do but hold – more... their hands give comfort knowing that the best part about this job is knowing that you put a smile on their face you were their for them. – less
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admission / housekeeping (Former Employee), bronx/manhattanFebruary 25, 2013
Cons: worst place budget cuts every 6 months
union lack backbone, twice i file suit for discrimination and the union was brain wash by the employer. u need ur own lawyer to get what u need...

only place where u cant used a sick day for a snow day ,, they wont pay

u are supended 5 day before u can come clean with what ever situation u are fired for,, no pay,

still waiting for the increase but – more... keep building new building – less
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awsome!
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Bronx, NYNovember 20, 2012
the environment was a great place plus the patients where so nice and friendly the working experience was great!
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Tacky coordinators
HHA (Former Employee), ManhattanNovember 1, 2012
Pros: nice clients.
Cons: lack of communication skills. limited hours. very low pay. no one is there for you.
They are only good at finding clients for you. Communication skills---no no. Most of the coordinators are pure ghetto talkers. They really need to go back to college and re do a course called critical thinking. There are NOT professionals. They will ask you to cover up someone else mess. Ex. If an aide do not show up for a client they have been assigned – more... to just say the shift is 9 to 1, they will call a back up who is also completing a 9 to 1. Before the back up aide completes their shift, they will call the client home number and ask the client to speak with the aide. (in the mean time, those buzzards are calling your phone while you are at work requesting you something like a time sheet to complete). Anyway, they will ask you to do a favor and travel to another home within the hour to complete just say a 2 to 6. They are suppose to pay you for travel time and if you are the type not to check you pay, they will leave travel time out and act like its your fault that you did not travel to that client home on time. So stupid. Most times, the clients live miles apart and they expect the bus and train to wait for you. The coordinator like to argue with you via phone. I hang up. I have patience with the clients more then those dingbats whom are called your coordinator. – less
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productive and fun day
GCD Aide (Former Employee), New York, NYSeptember 30, 2012
when you are there, you always feel the love from the staff and residents

October 3, 2012

the coordinaters are rude and disrespectful they have no hearts all they care about is a looking out for themselve. treat you like your less then them or a no body. they hold your pay check when you dont do what they say. they make up fault stuff to cover themselve. they dont pay you the right amount of money and they dont give you your overtime money if you work overtime the worst coordonater there is vicronica

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Jewish Home LifeCare
Medicaid Entitlement Coordinator (Current Employee), Bronx, NYSeptember 1, 2012
Pros: friendly atmosphere.
Jewish Home Lifecare is a great place to work. The Bronx division is a freindly environment in which everyone (even from different departments) enjoys helping eachother. My co-workers are great in the Finance Department. The hardest part of the job is that sometimes you want to help people but sometimes its just out of your reach. The most enjoyable – more... part of my job is meeting new residents and helping them out with the Medicaid portion of their stay so they can obtain and maximize their entitlements. – less