Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – April 27, 2017
I really enjoyed working here. The residents were fantastic, the managers and RN were super nice and were always willing to work with my schedule. There was a decent amount of turnover in the management, but everyone they hired was very nice and I liked them. Corporate became more worried about the money towards the end of my time there than they did at the beginning, but our managers didn't let us worry about that too much. The -pay is lower than a lot of other places, but the work isn't too hard I got decent raises every 6 months or so.
Great residents, flexible schedules, nice managers
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Waupaca, WI – February 3, 2017
Hands down the most horrible place I have worked for. I'm embarrassed that I have it on my resume. Terrible compensation, beta version software that lengthens your charting time by hours, and mileage reimbursement that makes you subtract 30 miles from each visit. Translating to basically minimum wage for a RN. I wouldn't recommend this place to fellow nurse or a loved one who needs care. Unskilled and unprofessional environment engulfed in a corporate culture that is thick with nasty negativity. Profit based "drink the koolaide" atmosphere or leave.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Sioux City, IA – January 28, 2017
This job has a lot of variety, but little time for a personal life. The people that work there are great but the job itself was time consuming. I worked off and on throughout the entire day and only get every other weekend off.
Lots of hours, lacking benefits, little flexibility in schedile
There is so much turn over with this company it is unbelievable. Their workload expectations are unrealistic and you have no idea who to go to for anything because jobs are not defined. Management is extremely unfair and unprofessional. The worst experience I have ever had is this place.
I'm still employed with this company. Difficult to find steady hours though. Hopefully more hours will come available. There was a manager that was a bit rude, , but she has since gone on to other things
Clinician (Current Employee) – Alexandria, MN – August 11, 2016
Recover Health is the best place I have ever worked! I love my patients and my coworkers. Home care is not for everyone, but I appreciate the chance to help people who truly need my services. I've only been here for a year, but I plan on staying as long as I can!
I have been an employee for almost six years and learn something new everyday from the clients we serve. I love this company they have great support system and the culture (mission) is lived daily. Plan to retire here!
Nurse (Current Employee) – Minnesota – July 27, 2016
I have enjoyed working here since day one. Everyone here makes you feel like your part of the team as soon as you walk in the door. I think that this is one of the best home care companies to work for!
great co workers, good benefits, managers that care about you
patients can be difficult(like anywhere else in health care)
Clinician (Current Employee) – Minnesota – July 19, 2016
Recover Health gave me the chance to meet and care for patients that truly needed my services in a unique setting. Unlike a hospital environment where so much of the patient care is siloed, I feel that I am involved in a greater portion of my patients' care, and have made some wonderful connections with them.
While Recover is a growing company, and certainly has had some challenges, I have been impressed by the genuine concern that management shows to employees and I have always felt valued and appreciated. Having worked for both large and small firms in the past, I feel that the company truly cares for and respects us, something that is lacking in many other companies.
Unfortunately, I have worked with some (mostly former) coworkers at Recover who obviously were more concerned with their paycheck than caring for their patients, which is a common problem in healthcare jobs in general. Lately, this problem has decreased, and I think that the culture of the company is really improving.
Overall, I would highly recommend Recover Health to anyone who is committed to providing excellent patient care to clients that are truly in need of help.
great patients, good coworkers and managers, respect for employee opinions, good benefits and pay
Team Coordinator (Current Employee) – Minnetonka, MN – July 9, 2016
Recover Health has been a great experience! I have been here for 5 years and love what I do and the team I do it with. Home care is hard, with that said when you get it right it is amazing! Our clients need help and our team needs support but that is what makes my job so purposeful. Thanks for being a great company Recover Health!
Awesome co-workers and relationships
Wish home care had more support from the state funded agencies
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Wisconsin – July 6, 2016
Recover Health is lacking professionalism at the very top. They are very good at selling you on the company culture during the recruitment process but do not fall for it. You will see that they lack training, support from corporate, and have zero accountability when it comes to senior management. The turnover at Recover is comical. Save yourself a headache and keep looking before settling with this company.
Team at branch level
No training, mean senior management team, feels like high school drama