Wellness and Influenza Vaccine Nurse (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – July 23, 2017
Set up wellness or flu clinic. worked with the patients and helped with any questions posed by fellow RNs. followed the recommendations on the machines. ensured that the appropriate flu vaccine was used.
I started with this company a few months ago. The pay is really good. The insurance benefits are about what you would expect for a staffing company. But the team that I work with from the beginning of the hiring to after I was hired I was hired were all very friendly. And very responsive to my questions and concerns and in a timely manner. They send out emails that keep me informed with whats new. I love the face they someone is just a phone call or email away and they always check in on me.
LVN (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – July 20, 2017
Lower your expectations when working for any staffing agency. Maxim did hire me at a time that I needed a nursing job(thanks, Anna L!) Offices workers do the staffing which I do not understand. No vacation pay only 3 days of sick time yearly. No holiday bonus in the 3 plus years there. Only meet the branch manager in person once in person in 3 years. The office staff is helpful.........
Opportunities for work is ok when they last.
Offices workers making staffing to patients, no holiday, stingy on pay and sick time.
Bilingual/Bicultural Clinician (Current Employee) – Oxnard, CA – July 20, 2017
I love to work for Maxim Healthcare because it had given me the opportunity to place me in different clinics throughout Ventura County and I have been able to share my experience and talents in a great work environment. I highly recommend Maxim!
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – July 20, 2017
I enjoyed each day I worked for this organization. When sent on assignments, I was able to have a line of communication of what I needed to do as well as what was expected for the day. I was impressed at this despite the fact I did not have a direct supervisor physically at each site.
HHA (Former Employee) – Painesville, OH – July 19, 2017
I did not care to work for maxim the management was terrible the scheduling was terrible the customer service skills in ghe office were aplorable. the best part of this job was being able to help the people in the community
Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA) (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – July 19, 2017
The company is great, but there were many times I got stuck on a case with no relief and had to risk my childcare or miss appointments or school because I was still at work with no relief. The pay isn't suitable for the amount of work and hours I put forth.
bonuses for covering a shift that isn't yours
chances that you may get stuck working more than your required shift without warning
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 18, 2017
The staff is nice but they only care about them self and the clients they really don't care about the workers I had a client who went into the hospital and when he came home his nice took my job and with out maxim telling me anything until the last minute they didn't have any work for me or didn't try to help me find another client so I have been out of work for going on 2 months now and I have 4 kids plus bills
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) (Current Employee) – South Portland, ME – July 18, 2017
This was my first time working in home healthcare and I was able to explore the differences between this and facility work. I enjoyed it because I was able to give holistic care to one patient rather than partial care to a variety of patients. I think the biggest issue working here was the communication between and office, employees and the client's family. Scheduling was also another major issue, this company promised 24/7 coverage to the family and during my 10 months working for the same client they were never able to provide that coverage.
Registered Nurse/Certified School Nurse (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 14, 2017
They are really nice to work with. Maxim is always willing to accommodate your needs at times and willing to work "with" you. Their compensation is pretty decent too. The benefits are a little bit hard to come by since it's going to be depending on the hours you work at the month. So for example, you can lose your health insurance benefits if you didn't have enough hours to log in due to Summer break/winter break or any holidays when the schools are off..