State Tested Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), Boardman, OH – December 6, 2014
Cons: no ot, always on-call, no holiday pay, no benefits, unsafe work environments.
The company at one point was amazing to work for, until they did a bunch of changes. Now the staff is unable to take time to help, communicate, or even reply back in a timely manner to their employees or clients.
Flu Shot and Wellness Nurse (Current Employee), Winterville, NC – October 8, 2014
Pros: extra income, flexibility as you choose what you want to do. the attitude is upbeat and the patients are fun.
Cons: rns paid at lpn rates. this is not intended to be a career.
Maxim Flu Shots and Wellness Clinics are a good way to supplement your income with flexible hours. The Clinics usually run weekdays from early morning to mid-afternoon. The company trains you and you can sign up for as many clinics as are available. Training is both in person and online, with many of the online courses counting towards CE's. You are – more... paid minimum wage for the training (both online and in person), which is a pretty good deal given that some employers don't pay you at all during training. – less
The few people I met while working in a clinic are helpful!
Seasonal Flu Clinic Nurse (Current Employee), San Diego, CA – April 30, 2014
Pros: we pretty much work on our own
Cons: the time given for us to work is limited
I only work with this company during the flu season, thus it does not give me much chance to write a review. I only see the office to pick up materials needed to put up the clinic for the day so interaction with the regular staff is limited.
Maxim is a great place to work in home health and home infusion. The teamwork there is great, I like the open door policy and senior staff all have their specialties so you can count on one to be there g\for you when needed
One on one nursing, Incredible opportunity to make a difference in the life of your patient and their family.
LPN (Current Employee), Albany, NY – February 3, 2014
Pros: extremely rewarding to make such a difference in the life of someone so totally dependent on others.
Cons: heartbreaking when client declines, complex cases can be stressful
Maxim offers exellent benefits to its employees. However, when a client enters a hospital for more than 2 weeks, benefits are lost. As pediatric homecare clients are medically fragile, this typically happens 1-2 times per year. There is a delay to requalify for benefits and deductibles begin from scratch. Advise any homecare clinician to find private – more... healthcare and life insurance coverage. Nurse Services Organization is a good source. – less
Staff (Former Employee), Wauwatosa, WI – January 1, 2014
Pros: pick your own schedule
Cons: recruiters were not nice and down right rude
Temp job, Take's them months to call back but if you do not call back the same day they threaten to fire you. Recruiters are new and have no idea what they are doing. Many are rude and think that you owe them something. I had worked for them previously and my recruiters then were nice and they would go out of their way to get you spots. The new ones – more... (since they seem to go through them so much) are rude, snotty, and act like they do not have time. During an interview on of the office (recruiters) was doing her toenails at the desk and the front desk person was on her cell phone talking about her night. Very unprofessional group!! – less
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Flushing, NY – December 29, 2013
Pros: gained knowledge of influenza vaccine
Cons: not sufficient hours of work
When employed by Maxim HLTH Serv. I worked assignment based details. my experience at maxim taught me how to work side by side a registered nurse in all types of weather both internally and externally. Management delegated daily activities as needed. my co-workers were pleasant and helpful, although at one point i was given a vaccine i did not ask for. – more... I didn't quite understand the affects of the influenza vaccine to my general health. The most challenging aspect of working for maxim health services was the issue with receiving payment for time worked. The most enjoyable part of the job was assisting the public. – less
Licensed Vocational Nurse (Current Employee), San Bernardino, CA – November 11, 2013
Pros: friendly staff very professional
Cons: no holiday pay, no sick leave and no raises
I've been working for maxim for 3+ years I love the staff they are friendly and professional the work is a bit unstable, but I was aware of this when I started I work with pediatrics which I enjoy but I feel for long time employees with no write ups and absents should atleast get a raise or atleast holiday pay because I generally work all holidays and – more... I also feel there is no room to grow in this company to me I feel the nurses who care for the patients are an important asset to the company without us the company cannot run, and I feel we are under appreciated and took advantage of I know for a fact this is a multi million dollar company but they are too greedy to pay the nurses a bit more atleast gas mileage which is sad to me because if every nurse at maxim quits maxim would be out of business, so for the nurses cna & lvn keep all of this in mind but I can't speak for RN's – less
liked working here. great staffers. great hoursa typical day at work what you learned management your co-workers the hardest part of the job the most enjoyable part of the job DO NOT include any personally
Nice place to work. Time management was extremely important. The management was proficient. There was little interaction between co-workers for the external employees. The most difficult area of the job would the travel to various clients. The most rewarding part was witnessing the progression of the clients to functional members of society.
ventilator nurse (Current Employee), New Port Richey, FL – February 19, 2013
Pros: its agency so not difficult to get time off
Cons: no raise in close to 20 years, poor benefits, no paid sick, holiday, or vacation
Its a nursing agency staffing home health so therefore it is mostly medicaid patients. Medicaid has not raised the rate for nurses in close to 20 so nurses have not gotten a raise in that amount of time. This problem will be found at all agencies and is not exclusive to Maxim.
LPN (Current Employee), Canton, OH – October 8, 2012
I enjoy that i can schedule around my other Job and Family as much or as little as I want. I enjoy the more personal care for patients and assisting patients stay in their homes and improve their quality of life in the home.