Scheduler/Receptionist (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 9, 2017
Not a bad place to work- great atmosphere with a great manager. Their is never a dull moment and I constantly have work to do. We have a close knight group who love to hang out outside of work together.
stressful & all consuming paperwork for low compensation
Case Manager Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – CT – August 19, 2017
paperwork is excessive & computer program outdated, little support for nursing staff & little flexibility, health ins is very expensive and bad ie: high deductibles, no raises, little room for professional growth, some staff very good at their jobs but little to no acknowledgement.
Home Health Aide/Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Waterbury, CT – April 29, 2017
i started out in this then just started company as a certified home health aide, i was able to keep this job the entire time I attended college. and I was thn lucky enough yo be immediately hired right out of college as a graduate nurse. which was good planning because there was an over abundance of nurses and not alot of jobs for graduate nurse or even RN's,.i also learned all about wound care and IV home therapy and TPN . and had to be confident with my knowledge of medicare and medicaid. i also dd chart reviewsand utlilization reviewvto prepare the agency for JHACO visit
learned to work independently, good at assessments
This company does nothing to keep their employees happy!! Upper management says they have an "open door policy,feel free to ask them questions" but they never return phone calls unless it's in their best interest. I believe upper management has been there so long that they are not in touch with what happens on a daily basis out in the field. Productivity is their main focus and will make frequent adjustments to schedules/patients without input or consideration to continuity. They always offer sign on bonuses but instead should work on keeping their hard working,dedicated employees. Turnover high! Communication with staff is threatening emails. A Holiday party or dinner on Nurses day would be an appropriate and considerate way to show staff appreciation. Someone is making plenty of money off their dedicated employees that work nights,weekends and holidays but it's not the clinical staff. Health insurance expensive.
401K match, Fsa
high turnover, upper management out of touch, no raises
MEDICAL RECORDS ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee) – West Hartford, CT – June 21, 2016
It had busy times , but also had some down time. I learned about how the Medical process started. The management was sometimes tough, but nice place to work. The co-workers were very helpful when questions needed answering. The hardest part was to understand some of the way things were done. I enjoyed interaction with nursing staff.
CNA (Former Employee) – Cromwell, CT – October 12, 2015
worked as per diem CNA,following established care plans, mostly unsupervised, in home care while in school. management at that time no longer employed by the company requires traveling met many appreciative people.
Goffer (Current Employee) – Cromwell, CT – April 18, 2014
This company is adequate at best. Senior Management is rude and they need to learn a lesson on team building. They lack integrity and talk about everyone. Cheapest company I ever worked for and the cost of medical benefits are outrages. The offices are dirty and the bathrooms need to be fumigated.
Senior Management, Lack of Respect, Load on the work with little or not training.
FT PCN (Former Employee) – Cromwell, CT – April 8, 2014
Employed as a FT behavioral health case nurse case manager for more than 10 years. Work morale is poor, the powers that be motivate by criticisms, hard work is not acknowledged, practices favoritism and borderline nepotism.