Great If you enjoy being married to your job
LPN (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – December 31, 2016
To be fair, my experience with this company was a brief one. The branch that I was at was so determined to have a high census they would admit anyone, whether home bound or not. The result would be LPNs scrambling. Literally picking through 30 or more visits a day to determine who could and couldn't be seen. This created an acrimonious work environment and was an overwhelming amount of stress due to a heavy load of intensive needs patients, most of which, require extended visits. Once home, you must continue documenting and communicating with doctors and patients. You will live and breathe this job.
The branch I was with offers little help in the way of training, and lied to current staff about bonus pay to offset the lack of productivity that training brings. Once on your own, it's pretty much the same story. You are treated like a bother and no one cares or has time to help you. It does pay well, but be prepared to have no life-and lots of driving.
Poor work/life balance. Terrible benefits. Terrible management poor communication