LPN (Former Employee), Fort Wayne, IN – August 13, 2015
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: hours not guaranteed weekly
I was not happy with Loving care. They promised fulltime work and I was lucky to get 20 hour weekly. They did not send me to other clients to get trained so I could take on more clients to increase my home care hours to full time.
Staffing Coordinator (Current Employee), Union, NJ – July 20, 2015
Very interesting business approach. Available 24/7 to coordinated placement and to offer support services. The number of years this agency has been in business does reflect on the stability and success of the company.
Very flexible workplace in regards to hours I am able to work
Registered Nurse - Pediatric Home Care (Current Employee), East Rutherford, NJ – July 15, 2015
Cons: no health care benefits since I am considered a per diem RN
In my case there is no such thing as a typical day at work. Since I work different cases every day, the service provided to each client is different based on their needs and situations. I love working independently, and making a difference in, not only my client's, but their family's lives as well.
License Practical Nurse and Registered Nurse (Former Employee), East Stroudsburg, PA – April 30, 2015
Pros: Very approachable management.
Cons: Not the place were you can learn a lot of new skills
I was taking care of one pediatric patient a shift. It was my first nursing job. The co-workers, managers, and family of the patients were wonderful. The hardest part of the job was instability of the hours. The best thing was the opportunity to complete my RN courses on-line after the work. I loved to work with pediatric patients.
o Pediatric RN (Current Employee), cherry hill nj – April 6, 2015
Great place to start off your Nursing career. Have definitely developed a strong assessment and documentations skill in my time at the company. Management is very understanding and work with you to make your job fun and enjoyable.
Terrible nurse manager very inexperient and unpolite
LPN (Former Employee), Chicago,Il – February 4, 2015
Pros: the wonderful patients
Cons: nurse manager, office personnel
The patients are wonderful. Love my patient. The nurse manager is very inexpedient and disrespectful! People in the office are not nice. They don't pay well actually one of the agencies that has the lower pay rates for LPNs. Run away from this agency!
CARE COORDINATOR (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZ – January 8, 2015
Pros: good environment
Confirming placement with nurses and parents Compassion with families To be organized in work area They are experience in their jobs and they are team players Learning the Medical Field and Learning Group Homes Knowing that I have made a difference in a family lives with a nurse for their love ones.
Case/Staffing Coordinator (Current Employee), Hackensack, NJ – December 20, 2014
Loving Care Agency has taught me what is is to work in a disciplined and structured environment. As coordinators there is an emphasis on being detailed in regards to communication and documentation. Co-workers are very professional and fun to work with. The hardest part of this job may be the stress level which can be very high 70 percent of the time; dealing not only with our clients, but our employees as well. The most enjoyable part of this job is sitting back at the end of the day knowing that we made a difference in someones daily life; regardless of their current health or mental status.
LPN (Former Employee), Indianapolis, IN – November 10, 2014
Pros: able to choose hours
Cons: loss of childrens lives d/t illness
One on one care with peds most were Vent dependent , Clients needs always came first , we were required to work a lot of hours , however we were made aware from the start . The hardest part of this job was trying not to get attached to the clients , the are so cute and loving and strong it was had to be a professional at times.
An example of what a workplace environment should be!
Corporate Trainer (Current Employee), Hasbrouck Heights, NJ – November 6, 2014
Loving Care Agency is a homecare organization for both geriatric and pediatric in 8 states. They are committed to those clients and patients and insure they maintain that focus everyday. It's an honor to be working for this organization.
Contract Coordinator (Former Employee), Jersey City, NJ – August 19, 2014
Pros: always busy and you get to meet great people.
Cons: bad management structure
A typical day of work consisted on answering phones, reading and sending emails, faxing important and time sensitive material/documents. A lot of 1 to 1 communication and meetings with the home health aides.