Caregiver (Former Employee) – Davenport, IA – December 27, 2017
It just I wouldn't want to work there again. I wouldn't my mom have get help that place take them forever to get process started. You can never get anyone on the phone. Never get paid on time and social worker never can reach them. But may be good for other, not my family.
Outpatient Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – October 9, 2017
It's nice slow pace job filled with many experienced co-workers. Arrive for work at 730 day starts with checking email then working on Individual services plans. Answer phones Provide resources to clients and families schedule intake appointments and complete assessments. Then in the afternoon I work on outpatient authorizations for mental health
Tier 1 Contact Agent (Former Employee) – Chico, CA – September 29, 2017
You must clock in at the correct time and go straight to work, breaks are timed and scheduled for you. If you decide that you want to use the rest room please be sure to tell a supervisor because if you use more than 2 minutes to do it, then you need a doctors note for frequent bathroom breaks.
I supervise my home, train new staff, manage clients accounts, give redirection when needed. I attend management meetings and use my creatively
Home Coordinator (Current Employee) – Rockford IL – July 19, 2017
Supervision of my home and manage 6 homes 2x a week. Manage money for my clients, redirect staff, train staff, attend bi weekly meeting, purchase clothing and personal items for clients. Run programs, set up schedules for my staff.
love helping people, hour lunch, freedom to use different company cars when needed.
under paid, over worked, over looked, lack of communication
Assisted Living Caregiver (Current Employee) – Elk Grove, CA – July 12, 2017
The managers are all good friends and only cover their own interests. When a problem arose with another manager, my director couldnt even bother to call me back so I could speak to him about it. I was also hired under false pretenses of how things would be at the job. When I voiced it, I was told he was busy and just didnt have the time to fully explain the job.
Free lunches for day shift.
Managers do not have the employees best interests at heart.
Ensign Nurse (Current Employee) – Utah – June 19, 2017
Work place culture is not what they say it is. Cut throat. Atypical day at work. Meetings meetings meetings and then more meetings, talk about culture and then brutally bully and handle staff. It is all about money.