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As long as you're in the right group you're golden. High school gossip and don't care about you.

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Full time employees have the option to elect Medical, Dental, Vision, FSA dependent care and medical, HSA, life, ltd, std, cancer, accident, medical bridge and critical illness. This is the first company I have worked for where premiums have not increased year over year for Medical--my premiums have been the same for 3 years. There is also PTO, sick, float and paid holidays. There is a 401K with a company match. Looking at other healthcare companies offerings they are the best.

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Referred by a family I know. The office set up the interview and was in class the next week!. Going great. They knew my name when I arrived for the interview and the person that interviewed me was very professional and asked some tough but good questions.

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Still does paper charting

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They work with local Colleges. I received a discount for my nurses courses because of my employment. I work nights so that I can usually get on average 3 or 4 hours of home work done. Recover has been really flexible with my school schedule. Perfect fit.

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What makes them different is that they drag their feet to get any referrals started and then complain that the client went elsewhere. Also, as said below, it's all about money, not the client. If you aren't going to make them a large profit to provide care then you are refused.

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Flexible hours, dependent upon the client being served

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There were a lot of questions. If I had a child that was a home care patient I would be happy with how the interview process went. They wanted to know about what I would do in an emergency situation. Makes sense. Other interviews with agencies there was only 10 or so questions and it was over the phone.

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Management and lack of training.

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