COTA/L (Former Employee) – Central Point, OR – August 26, 2016
A typical day of work averaged 5 - 6 people. I learned to be more organized with management of my time and keeping lines of communication open. I worked hard my my management to improve my documentation skills. The hardest part of my job was driving long distance to see my caseload. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with my patients and seeing them progress toward meeting their goals.
Nurse (Current Employee) – Eugene, OR – July 28, 2016
This is a stepping stone job, not a career. They are inconsistent and there is obvious favoritism. They are flexible with employee hours but this is often abused especially by managers. Employees are frequently promised raises they do not receive or have to wait months before they actually see anything.
Middle management is nice and cares for employees, Great PTO Package, Flexible Hours
benefits, lack of follow through, favortism, unrealistic expectations
Home Health Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) – Bellingham, WA – August 5, 2016
I can't say enough about the staff and management at Signature. Highly qualified and deeply compassionate, caring and sincere people. Great place to work. If we didn't need to move, I would have never left!
Good people, excellent support, great flexibility, good compensation
Documentation. Not a real con...you just have to stay on top of it as with any home health job.
Signature Home Health -LPN (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – May 22, 2012
Manager hired spouse of clinical supperviser, then they directed scheduler to give him all the LPN work, he got preference. Manager spoke out two sides of her mouth. yearly Manager reviews were never addressed with staff nor did staff see any changes after 3 yearly reviews. I would never recommmend this job to anyone. RN case managers not adequitly trained or had the neccessary skills needed for the job, they would push the harder cases to the LPN's, so LPN's lead the care in most cases. The managers would close their eyes to this. In office Co- workers were back biters and took no responsibily for their mistakes then put the blame on others and were unsupportive to field staff. My faviorite part of my job was the indepenence I had as an LPN
independence, great pay
unsupportive office staff and managers, poor healthcare plan
Intern (Current Employee) – Wilsonville, OR – January 29, 2013
the people here work well together and love to help one another, they work well as a team, task get done in a timely manner. I do alot of research for my supervisior. I have learned to be timely and quick with work but also througho with my work. I really love the peope here, and the people I get ot interact with.
LPN (Former Employee) – Federal Way, WA – April 3, 2013
Zero stars! Look elsewhere! Very hostile work environment, they are very degrading and unappreciative!!! They do not care about medicare population or the patients!!!! Administrator is horrible,DO NOT TRUST they lie!!! It is sink or swim! No training at all!!!! HORRENDOUS! WORST job ever had!!!! VERY NEGATIVE WORK ENVIRONMENT, VERY STRESSFUL AND DEMEANING ENVIRONMENT!!!
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Federal Way, WA – February 18, 2013
I'd give this job no stars if possible.
*They lie in the interview about what the job expectations really are. Don't let them fool you! You really have no idea what you're getting into with this joke of a company! *Severe lack of training for anyone. They don't bother to train you. They just throw you out there. You better sink or float. *Ineffective management bent on micro-managing to the point of over-working and over-burdening office staff and clinicians. They don't care about you. They care about themselves and how much work you can do for them. *Staff demoralized and disrespected. They can't keep the good ones to save their lives. *Management unappreciative of any staff and their hard work *It's always about the numbers and the dollar signs, never about the patients or the staff.
demeaning management, unrealistic expectations, poor healthcare plan