Home Health Aide/paraprofessional (Current Employee), Queens, NY – July 22, 2015
Pros: more hours if they have it
typical day at work would be just helping those who cant help themselves. the hardest part about the job is you can have the clients in life for a short time because god has taking them from your life and their families life as well. the most enjoyable part about the job is putting a smile on the clients faces.
Supervisor (Former Employee), New Hyde Park – April 16, 2014
Pros: children, benefits, experience
Cons: upper management
There are some good people who really care about the children especially staff. The children are amazing and you always want to do your best because of those kids. The upper management beyond incompetent. – more... A lot of politics and covering each other behinds, no accountability for bed decisions. HR the worst, no confidentiality, unprofessional, phony HR director and her assistant. Don’t count for any help. That is why the union got into the hospital. They have great benefits. No room to grow unless you know who to keep with. – less
healthcare (Former Employee), bayside – March 25, 2014
Pros: excellent benefits
Cons: uneasy, unpleasant, rude working enviornment
It isn't as wonderful as it appears on the interview and walk through. Constant bickering between departments, staff talking behind each others backs. Meetings were so unproductive, usually with snide – more... quips of staff to each other before, during and after. It makes getting to know all the members of each floor in a positive way very difficult, and working as a team virtually impossible.
The children are amazing and deserve the best care possible. They were the bright spot of every day.