Speech Language Pathologist Assistant (Current Employee) – South Carolina – March 2, 2018
The ProCare Therapy representatives I have been working with have been wonderful throughout my job search process and my now current job placement. They not only helped me to find a job that fits my needs and desires, but have been pleasant and patient with me throughout the new hire process. My experience with ProCare has been nothing but positive.
Speech Language Pathologist Assistant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 28, 2018
I have had nothing but positive experiences with ProCare. My recruiter has been patient and so helpful in getting my job up and running. She is thorough and easy to reach, and I really enjoy working with her!
Independent Contractor (Former Employee) – Schaumburg, IL – October 25, 2017
You receive your 1st schedule job and had to complete it within 2 hours not unless you pick up other Services to perform in a House after you demonstrated what was needed for the 1st Service (cleaning Carper, Furniture and Air Ducts). This job fell under the Bait/Switch so up Sale of Services was pertinent for better pay and also better giving of the next jobs during that day. Job was challenging on the Sales part as well as delivering Top Notch Services to the Customer.
Good Money on commission along with Satisfying the Customers
Student Physical Therapist Assistant (Former Employee) – Midlothian, VA – October 12, 2017
I have not had the pleasure of being employed at this facility. This was my first clinical rotation for 2 weeks while I was in school. I really enjoyed the atmosphere, staff, and patients at this facility. All colleagues were very knowledgeable, caring, and helpful. I would highly recommend this facility to others for employment and to potential patients.
Speech Language Pathologist (Current Employee) – Mansfield, OH – July 31, 2017
I signed on to cover a 5 month medical leave. My recruiter checked up on me and gave me great feedback while I acclimated to the job. For some reason, she left the company, and I was assigned another person. She was very slow in returning calls and being the go-between for my next assignment. When it came time to write the next contract, she was either incompetent or deceptive, as she kept neglecting to put everything in writing. I had to fight for everything I could get from this company.
Company reputation, paid weekly
No sick days, hard negotiations, no summer health insurance
Marketing Coordinator/Massage Therapist (Current Employee) – Parker, CO – July 15, 2017
This is a small/privately owned business where everyone gets along very well. Management is great and you can voice your opinion about anything. Morale is high here 95% of the time. I love interacting with the patients and improving their health and well being.
Junior Account Executive (Current Employee) – Tucker, GA – July 7, 2017
I have enjoyed working for this company. This is my first job as far as office and computer work and I love it! I'm so grateful for all of my coworkers here. One thing about working at ProCare therapy is being afriad to ask for help or questions, you will not have that problem here. Your peers are so eager and willing to help! You will always get recognition for all of your hard work! GO PROCARE!
Educational Interpreter (Current Employee) – Salinas, CA – June 18, 2017
I was originally promised $40 per hour for my interpreting services... but later realized it came with fine print. The hourly rate is based on tax deductions that THEY work out from a website that generates the hourly wage and state tax deductions. Word of advice... take the full amount and the higher wage without the stipend... Yes, the stipend is untaxed...but having the wage on paper works out better in the long run.. especially with all of the academic holidays that you will be forced to take UNPAID.. AND they prorate the stipend based on your hours worked..... Trust me... take the wage instead of the stipend.
always available for communication, always have timely responses, always helpful
Physical Therapist Assistant (Current Employee) – Altoona, PA – June 13, 2017
I enjoyed my time with ProCare very much. They are friendly and helpful, but it is a busy paced job, and one needs to be prepared for that. The only reason I am searching elsewhere is for a series of unforseen circumstances, I need to make a change that is a better fit for my family.
Small clinics, personalable
Can be busier than some smaller clinics are used to
I was recruited by someone who was on top of things and checked in on me when I began my assignment. Near the end of my 5 month assignment, I wanted assistance with my next assignment. My original recruiter had left the company and the new woman assigned to me was incredibly unreliable in calling me back or even emailing me. She couldn't answer my questions regarding insurance. I felt like I got dropped! The district that I had worked for wanted to hire me directly, but the ProCare fee to buy out my contract was too high. It worked for me short term, but I wouldn't recommend.
Costly healthcare, poor communication, get the "run around"
Junior AE (Current Employee) – Tucker, GA – June 12, 2017
I am currently working at ProCare Therapy Inc, which is a staffing agency. The work environment and culture is really nice, helpful, and friendly. There are a lot of opportunities to meet other workers through company events like bowling, sports, and even meetings. The most enjoyable part of the job is the ability to work and connect with everyone as team. A typical work day includes phone calls, reading through emails, job postings, and much more in order to connect to clients, other school professionals as well as school districts nationwide. Much can be learned working here as the company continues to grow including integrations of new concepts, ideas, and training sessions.
Jr. Recruiter (Current Employee) – Tucker, GA – June 12, 2017
It seems like some of these reviews are for a different ProCare but I work for ProCare Therapy inc, the staffing company and I absolutely love working for this company. The management is here is excellent as the managers are all very friendly and very open. I feel comfortable approaching them and asking for help which I think is key to a successful company. The part of ProCare that sticks out to me the most is how supportive and helpful my co-workers are. Most jobs, this one included, have a learning curve that can be difficult and stressful to adapt to. With ProCare I have never felt stressed out because I know that I can ask any of my coworkers for help and they will happily give up their time to help me out. All in all, ProCare Therapy has established a company culture that allows their employees to flourish.
pharmacy clerical support (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 9, 2017
Have incentives for team players between co-workers Hardest part is reading same script for each phone call completing all requirements Every phone call for patients prescriptions is a learning experience
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Dallas, GA – May 2, 2017
I learned more of the housekeeping and therapy side of Home Healthcare. The hardest was when my patient would get irritated but the easiest was to have a conversation with her and get to know about her.