Staffing Coordinator, Recruiter (Current Employee) – Mountain View, CA – April 25, 2016
8am-5pm HealthCare Staffing Modern Technology in Healthcare weekdays and some weekend work must be advanced with Healthcare knowledge and employment Care Managers On Site and visit off site Corporate is in Los Angeles
I love my job-working with the elderly is very important to me, and LivHOME allowed me to shine through doing so.
Care Manager Associate (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 5, 2016
Great company, lot's of potential to grow. Co-workers were wonderful and is very much a team setting. The E.D.is very supportive and energetic---the hardest part of work is probably dealing with the on-call hours, it can become very time consuming, but time management is key.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Skokie, IL – August 26, 2015
I walked through my clients' door every morning/evening with a smile and a upbeat attitude. Assisted clients with their daily living activities. I quickly learned that I had to be willing to adjust to changes/new developments on a daily basis. On rare occasions, I would meet another care giver concerning new developments and management via telephone conversations but most of my interactions/ conversations were with my clients. The hardest part of my job was watching a terminally ill client die but you learn to push the feeling of helplessness aside because the priority is to be there for them and make them as comfortable as possible while he/she goes through their transition. In hindsight, that becomes the most enjoyable part of the job. Knowing that you could be there to help, to comfort, encourage them with a smile and and upbeat attitude, share in the childhood memories and form an indescribable bond with your client, their friends and love ones -- is absolutely priceless.
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Mountain View, CA – July 2, 2015
LivHOME is a good company to work for. Staff and management are very supportive. They offer a lot of learning opportunities. The hardest part of the job is when your client passes away. The most enjoyable part of the job is the opportunity to meet and help elderly people.
Staffing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – October 2, 2015
Higher management was great. Multiple offices but the one I was at the ED was very helpful and understanding. Fellow co-workers were great to work with. Downside is having to work outside of the normal 9 to 5.
A wonderful indsutry to be a part of and the company had provided great opportunities.
Elder Care Consultant (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – April 2, 2013
I worked for LivHOME for over 8 years. It was a fantastic job and I had many career and financial advancements. I received a tremendous amount of sales training and was outside sales during my duration of employmentI also did exploratory visits for the company, assisted with training and company projects. I also assisted in expanding new territories.
i had lots of autonomy, i was able to be creative and innovative, i had support from all management levels of the organization.
the last year was extremely challenging due to a interim management change, i wanted to career change after 8 years.
Care Manager (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – April 14, 2015
As a care manager with LivHome every day can be different from the last. Whether its putting together care plans and clinical notes, to home visits with clients and staff, to doctors visits, and family meetings.
Every day came with new challenges and rewards, always in a situation to help others, problem solve, and do your best.
Colleagues were always supportive and encouraging, working as a team with similar goals and outcomes.
Very supportive management, wanting employees to succeed, gain knowledge, and be in a comfortable, happy roe.
it's a place that gives the employees to feel free to ask and the teamwork and management is excellent, in change of shifts the CNAs communicate in a perfect way and it's all about the pt. and their safety. I love working as a nurse or cna, so I believe there is not any HARD part in my job if you do it with all your heart. and we have parties (that we call learning parties) in the office which means we get some extra hours learning about a specific topic while we are eating lunch... which is really helpful and enjoyable. since I got my license in vocational nursing and this company is a non medical company, I should find me another job to be able to use my degree.
Eldercare Consultant (Former Employee) – Newport Beach, CA – March 26, 2012
Demonstrate abilities in market research, and product positioning. Key areas of expertise include: presenting to senior management, creating lasting relationships with customers, and educating user groups. Maintain deadlines, budgets, business records, programs and account journals.
key areas of expertise include, presenting to senior management, creating lasting relationships with customers, and educating user groups. maintain deadlines, budgets, business records, programs and account journals.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 8, 2012
Assisting resident with everyday activities Grooming, feeding, traveling to grocery store and appointments I learned how to have more patience Management was very helpful and understanding The hardest part of the job is my compassion for my resident and watching them progressively dying The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing such an amazing women and her family in which I am still friends with even though she is gone.
free meals and learning all ethnical foods traveling abroad
sometimes the 24 hrs wanted to go home for me-time
HHA (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 22, 2015
i work at this company for a yeah and have had two different client . the first was full time 8 hours a day four day a week. and the second only 5 hour hours a day 3 days a week with changes that occur with starting time every day . last minutes notification about the time and days changes and no holiday pay or vacation pay.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 5, 2013
A typical day would be feeding my clinets, bathing providing excellent companaship. I've learned elderly people are really sweet and loveable people. The management team were awesome. My co workers werr excellent. It wasnt nothing hard about the job. Making sure to put a smile on my clinets faces.
PA MA (Former Employee) – Lakewood, CO – September 16, 2014
The owner is great as a person.But, they are willing to try and make their employees work 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. That is no exaggeration. They get bothered when you would like to spend time with your family and have a day off or two. They have 24 hour shifts and take full advantage of them and you. The pay is not great. If, you ask for a rais after a year, they will give you a small rais for the one client then send you to other clients at the same pay you were getting before with out informing of doing so.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Oak Brook, IL – February 6, 2013
This was a pretty decent job. Very one on one with client(s). Job security can be fluctual, may only be as needed from one client to the next. Bad thing is you do not get the know hardly any staff who work in the office because you are working at clients home.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Newport Beach, CA – July 14, 2014
A typical work day at work was caring for the elderly I learned a lot especially dealing with elder adults with some type of disability I now understand that not all of them a mean and uneasy I realize that some of them have issue that they cant control. The hardest part of my job was seeing some of the coworkers take advantage of them by stealing from them or using them. The most enjoyable part about the job was having the conversation with them about there past.
rewarded for work skills
not being able to take breaks due to use not being able to leave the clients