Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Springfield VA – September 18, 2012
My work day would consist of answering phones calls and data entry. I learned most of my customer service skills from this position. I had a friendly work environment. My co-workers were friendly, and were team players. The most enjoyable part of my day were training days. I learned more about the job, and I enhanced my computer skills.
IIH Team Lead (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – February 21, 2016
Management and owners doesn't provide room for advancement, high turnover rates. Don't expect to be employed there longer than 3-6 months. Management will not confront oyu with what they see you doing wrong they will talk about it to everyone else and act as if you are doing an excellent job.
employees and clients
no insurance, low pay, management have nasty attitude
A typical day at work consist of assisting patients with activities of daily living in a homecare setting. travel to different homes to help patients bathe, prepare meals, and be some sort of companion for the patient so they wont feel alone.
Janitorial (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – February 5, 2016
Great company to work for. A typical day included vacuuming, wiping desks, mopping, and emptying trash cans, cleaned the windows when needed and twice a year we steamed carpeted areas and waxed/stripped tile floors. What I've learned was to not slack off and take my time to do the job right and efficient.
I loved working and running my own business, and I love children so it was the most perfect match for me. I was able to be a stay at home mom while earning a living that kept me and my children comfortable and secure. It was the best experience and I loved it sooo much. The children were like my own and the parents and I understood one another and there were never any major problems. I didn't have to answer to anybody because I was my own boss. I closed when I wanted and took vacations when I wanted; loved this job the most.
being my own boss, being involved with the children, being a stay at home mom while earning a living for my children doing something i loved
no benefits, unable to balance job with career goals
Homemaker (Current Employee) – East Prairie, MO – December 10, 2015
great company to work for. the hardest part of the job is when you lose a client. the greatest part of this job is being a part of such a great place to work and taking care of people. they just don't have the hours to offer,
program coordinator (Current Employee) – Saint Cloud Mn – September 16, 2015
work with people with disabilities. Help the through out the day accomplishing goals. Supervisors are very dedicated to their jobs and are very professional. Hardest part about the job is wanted it to be a full time job when its only a part time. Most enjoyable part is getting to know the clients on a personal basis.
Gained knowledge and experience in a different environment
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NM – January 5, 2013
Maintain safety and welfare for inmates and facility. Transport to court hearings. Conduct Rounds. Briefings with shifts, supervising shifts, investigate inmate misconduct reports. Commander for Emer gency Response Team. Give trainings. Bookings, Conduct perimeter checks, Shakedowns looking for contraband, operating control centers, manual and digital finger printing
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Saint Cloud, MN – March 15, 2015
The clients are awesome and very appreciative for the staff they have. Supervisors and other management staff can be difficult to work with, communication isn't the greatest. Overall, I felt unapperciated.
care provider (Former Employee) – detroit,mi. – August 4, 2015
My job was routine I worked with a great staff who equally did the things that needed to be done. I learned that with team work nothing is impossible. We made things fun and I think that was a important part of the job.
Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Ahoskie, NC – January 30, 2015
I loved going to work caring for my clients basically on a day to day bases I helped my client get up in the mornings, get a bath, make breakfast, make sure she had her medicine, cleaned her house for her, if she had and doctor appointments I took her if nobody couldn't. I did the same thing for all of clients because I feel that that's the reason I am there is to do everything for them but some clients do vary just depends on there conditions on what they can and can not do.
independant, basically work by yourself and at your own pace
some clients could make situations difficult not intentionally, but because they cant help it and that how you have to look at it and get over it
A decent job that paid above minimum wage and a very clean environment. A job which allowed school-aged children to be present during work hours when childcare wasn't available (even overnights). The down side of this job was that there were no medical benefits and not enough coverage for when a personal leave was needed.
I would come in and check on patients and than receive report. I would plan out my day by what needed to be done first. I would than get on computer and assign CNA's with accu-nurse. It was a very fast paced environment with 17 diabetics and breakfast at 7:30.
Home Health Care Aide (Current Employee) – Greenville, SC – May 18, 2015
Quality Care clientele welcome you into their home and treat you like family. You knock on their door to provide service, you leave with a warm feeling of being accepted into a family. Their kind voice of welcome make your job all worth while.