Pros: case managers are helpful and nice.
Cons: no regular work, no benefits, lousy recruiters.
Frustrated with this company, recruiters are ALL male and case managers-RN's all female, very SEXIST!! It's like a fraternity with the recruiters, they say they have work and will call you back and never do!! I have worked for them but it took months for part time employment, they also cancel you at the last minute if a family wants a different nurse or if you request a shift change and you have given several weeks notice to the family. Have been double booked and sent home as another nurse was there!
The recruiters are always "at lunch" or " in a meeting" but hunt you down via phone, text and email if they want to get a hold of you! You don't know who is really telling the truth.
The inservices are quarterly and they feed you and they are usually like pep rallies, nurse appreciation party and Christmas party are usually good. But it is not enough.
Current owner had a physical fight with the guy who started the company-not good, on his facebook page he calls himself a "janitor" at MGA, great leader! Google MGA Home Health and look for a New Times article.