Care Provider (Current Employee), Merced, CA – August 11, 2014
Pros: work with a very loving family
Cons: no cons
I work at taking care of a special needs adult, I would need to take care, clean up after them, 30 hours a week. The hardest part of the job would have to be changing diapers, otherwise everything is fairly easy, just being able to enjoy the company and to see how special needs interact with their surroundings
Program Coordinator (Former Employee), Culver City, CA – May 27, 2014
Pros: evenings and weekends off, as well as holidays.
Cons: no growth opportunities or raises.
Phones rang promptly at 8 AM, as wells as processing of applications, time sheets, authorizations and new referrals, all of which pertained to a new experience. Management displayed poor to average leadership skills and often apathetic to workers which contributed to poor to average morale. The hardest part of the job was dealing with management. The – more... most enjoyable part of the job was meeting consumers and forming relationships with them. – less
Productive, fun, and learning experience towards my career.
Child Care Provider (Current Employee), Los Angeles, CA – February 12, 2014
Pros: work part-time
Cons: no raises
I work on my own at a relative's home taking care of a child with special needs. Light house cleaning and running errands is done once a week. I submit my hours at the end of the month and am required to renew my first aid/CPR certification biannually. I am able to balance two schools and work part-time because I work my schedule to fit my needs. I – more... have no complaints working with Premier. – less
Medical Biller (Former Employee), 790 E Colorado Blvd Suite 850 Pasadena CA 91101 – January 24, 2013
Pros: flexible hours, small departments, friendly staff, mileage paid
Cons: short on training time, expensive heath insurance
Corporate office at Los Angeles is medium size office. With about 30 employees including the management and the owners. The office is break down into 5 departments with a small groups of about 10-15 employees. Living in Orange County it takes about 2-3 hours drive to LA on a busy day and sometimes I drove to the corporate at least once or twice a week – more... to report some billings I have done.
I work in the orange office along with another person. My position as a medical biller includes billing private non profit organizations for disability. Invoicing agency for late billings and non payment invoice. Making reports for all billings, non payments, short payments, over payments and reimbursement. – less
Displayed professionalism and ease with communication within staff and RN director.
LVN Homecare- Pediatrics/Adult (Current Employee), Sacramento, CA – January 17, 2013
Pros: scheduling ease and staff was easy to work with.
Cons: not always having 40hrs/ week. schedule depended on client's need for lvn.
Typical work day involved going to the client's home and performing duties within plan of care and scope of practice. RN visits per month with review and updated changes of plan of care per client's MD. Management and scheduling with staff was with ease. The hardest part of the job was the commute to the office in Sacramento. The most enjoyable part – more... of the job was ensuring quality of life and safety for clients. I enjoyed my job and the rewards it provided. – less
LVN Home Health Nurse (Current Employee), Santa Ana, CA – December 13, 2012
Pros: flexability in hours and days provided by premier
Eight hour shifts which would include in home care, visits to md, physical therapy and any other outings requested by patients or families. Administration of meds following the mar and md orders. bathing and complete care of bed ridden patients, trach and g-tube care. I enjoyed interacting with co-workers to give the best care possible to our patients.
Caretaker (Former Employee), Santa Monica, California – October 31, 2012
Pros: stop lights
Cons: watch closer to young adult
:Get the job done Be perfetional do not have personal relationships with bosses. Manage the young adult as shown by mother and your own judgement. Are no Co-workers Safty Working with people like me and rewording exsperince.
Caregiver (Current Employee), Turlock, CA – September 3, 2012
A typical day would require of me to assist with appointments and basic daily need that were required of the patients. I didn't not have co-workers. The most enjoyable part of my day was spending time with the patients. There were no hard parts in a typical day.