MEDICAL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Clarksville MS – November 12, 2017
The job was ok but they wanted you to do more than what you are allowed to do. Patients families that you are placed with to help wanted certain things done that was not allowed or paid for by company.
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Peachtree City, GA – November 10, 2017
I absolutely love my job!!! I love helping others, especially those in need. I have a very compassionate boss whose also flexible with the work the hours. I love going in to work each and everyday to hopefully bring happiness and joy into someone's life.
Helping others and putting a smile on peoples faces.
Staffing Supervisor/Recruiter (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – November 7, 2017
Working for Right at Home was stressful because we had no lunch breaks; were required to eat lunch at our desks while waiting for the phone to ring. The owner called employees derogatory names and was often inappropriate toward female staff and his wife.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – West Allis, WI – November 5, 2017
It was an average day keeping a new client in the facility company so she could get used to the surroundings and living there. I have no complaints about that part of the job. But the management is a different story. I was told to stay late for one shift and then not stay for a second shift I had that day. But after I left they acted as if they hadn't told me that accusing me of a no show.
HCA (Former Employee) – Everett, WA – October 30, 2017
This job is A JOKE and every management person should be fired. No one communicates with anyone else, and everyone just sits around trying to appear sweet and considerate, while downgrading and making employees feel like trash. They're disrespectful of your hours and honestly, this was the grossest WORST place I ever worked and it should be shut down. DON'T WORK HERE. DO NOT. TRUST ME.
Caregiver (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – October 28, 2017
I would only recommend anyone to right at home if they are looking for a second part time job! Some shifts are only for one hour two hours or even four hours. The longest shift I was ever offered was 7 hours and it was just a fill in shift. They call you last minutes to pick up a shift! You would have to work like so many clients a day to get up to 40 hours!! This is not a job that you will want to have without having a full time job as your primary job!!
Great place to be employed if you enjoy taking care of the elderly
Home Care Aide (Current Employee) – East Bay area – October 27, 2017
Fun place to work, great management, no conflicts, what I think is great about this management is that they always remember and apply the basic rule of customer service: they listen to every word the client/employee have to say before they respond . Kudos to management .:)
It's a very good company management is great.The employees do not get paid according to experience. If you have been working in the field for years like I have you still get same pay as a person who only have 1 year experience the pay is low .Also you do not get any medical or dental or vacation pay or sick pay no matter how long you work for them.The people are very understanding when it comes down to taking time off.There are just no benefits in this job and you do not move up.
The owners are great and go out of their way to make you feel like a valuable employee. Scheduling is not consistent. You can ger plenty of hours but usually they are last minute appointments which make it hard to owrk when you have other responsibilities.