Tender Touch Healthcare Services, Inc. Employee Reviews

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Productive and fun place to work
Rehab Technician (Former Employee), Lakewood, NJMarch 31, 2015
Working with Tender Touch was one of the most enjoyable jobs I have had to date. All the therapists and staff were very accommodating and encouraging. A typical day included gathering the patients and assisting the therapists with their daily routines and exercises as well as clerical duties such as filing and answering phones.
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100% Productivity, poor work environment
Physical Therapist (Former Employee), NJFebruary 2, 2015
Pros: co workers, pay
Cons: poor scheduling, 100% productivity, no raise, gross environment
very low level patients/ill forced to pick up minutes when actively dying, poor scheduling, not enough computers, gross work environment , not enough CNAs so patients not ready for therapy
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Job conditions have changed for the worse.
Community Liaison (Current Employee), Melbourne, FlJanuary 11, 2015
No job security. I am still employed here. Prefer not to talk about at this time
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Professional Management focused on prime delivery of heath care services
Registered Licensed Occupational Therapist (Current Employee), Woodcliff Lake, NJJanuary 5, 2015
Pros: high level of professional support
Fasted paced, high level work experience facilitated by professional and supportive management.
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Tender touch is a fun place to work. staff and customers are like family.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAAugust 13, 2014
Pros: free food for management assistant.
Cons: no benefits, medical, etc.
Working for tender touch has been a very good experience. They treat you like family with great hospitality.
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Very rewarding job, allows me to connect with others
Caregiver (Current Employee), Elizabethtown, KentuckyApril 4, 2014
The hardest part of my job is when a client passes away. After taking care of a client every week for a year, you develop a friendship.
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professional place
Lead PT (Current Employee), union, njApril 4, 2014
hardworking, professionals, support each other. learn different things from other people
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everyone makes you feel like you belong good, company to work for
home health aide (Former Employee), orlando,flJanuary 21, 2014
when ever you needed the extra time or someone to help you through a problem they were just a phone call away
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A very rewarding Company
Rehabilitation Aide (Former Employee), Jersey City, NJOctober 30, 2013
Pros: growth potential
I learned so much about Physical therapy and Occupaional Therapy. The staff was amazing and very understanding. The most rewarding thing of all was knowing you are helping people.
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Excellent place to work for
Receptionist (Current Employee), Orlando, FloridaJuly 16, 2013
Pros: pot lucks, x-mas party and bonuses
The staff and supervisor are a great people to work for. The take care of patient and their needs, we provide Nurses, HHA, Social Worker, Physical Therapist, Speak therapist and other services
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FLEXIBLE WORK SCHEDULE
Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (Former Employee), Panama City, FLJuly 11, 2013
Pros: flexible work schedule
Cons: poor pay, low pt census
POOR PAY
NO MILEAGE,
LOW PATIENT CENSUS
STRONG, BIAST, CULTURAL BELIEFS
POOR MEDICAL BENEFITS
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great place to work.
Rehabilitation Aide (Former Employee), Edison, NJMarch 26, 2013
Pros: learning expieriance
Cons: no advancment
you get to learn a lot about different types of therapies and injuries. theres is really no room to grow unless you went to school to become a therapist.
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Fun environment
Child Care (Former Employee), MIFebruary 19, 2013
Pros: great hours
Cons: not enough children
I always wanted to become a teacher so teaching and working with the children is a ball of fun. I would do it again anytime.
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i like the company,but it got slow
caretaker (Former Employee), Chatsworth, CAOctober 27, 2012
they got me alot of jobs and thats what im thankful,my day at work was fun all kids our fun to work with ,there diffrent things yhey like to do
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Productive and fun
Assist therapist (Former Employee), Plainfield, NJJuly 25, 2012
Pros: enjoyed meeting new people
Cons: miss working there
Productive and fun workplace enjoyed interacting with the patients as well as there families. Enjoyed working with the Therapists as well as the Doctors.
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Nice place to work if you are a therapist
Rehabilitation Assistant (Current Employee), Manahawkin, NJMarch 15, 2012
Pros: benefits for therapists
Cons: benefits for non-therapists
this company is very nice to work for. however, if you are not a therapist, I don't recommend working in a non-therapist position in clinical settings. I do not feel that the aides are given equal benefits as the therapists are given. it is unfair that the aides who are paid less, pay more for their benefits than the therapists do.