Bad management, but good clinicians. Majority of supervisors are under trained, and no one has the time to learn how to do their job correctly. There are a lot of good clinicians here though that are good to work with.
All they care about is how they are perceived. Not actual patient care. Micromanagement reigns supreme. Commonplace to not pay you for your mileage or time. Only interested in how much money they can make. Happiness of employees is not concern of management at all. Prepare to be treated like a non-human robot. Worst. Job. Ever. Management pressure for fraudulent charting daily and punish those who refuse. Made a branch rule that no one allowed to decline charting changed by supervisors sitting in office with no face to face time with patients. No one in entire McKinney branch happy.
Have work with this company for at lease five years, this company make sure that their clients and family are happy and satisfied with the service that is being provided by employees from the company they really do care about their clients and as well their employees
No 2 days were alike, busy from arrival to departure, and many times after hours/weekends. The most important part of the job - compassion and empathy. The culture within this company (specifically out of state corporate) is work hard and remember you are expendable - sadly high turnover. The most enjoyable part of the job was truly making a difference in client's lives and assisting family members with the difficult transitions involved - and helping to make the transition easier.
When you ask certain supervisors for help if your task is falling behind due to your team being down by 3, it may be a few hours before you get a response. Even then, it may be no help, but you'll get questioned on why things are backed up. Going against their own policy of obtaining Dr note for absences is something that happens often.
401k, somewhat decent insurance
Unfair raises, workload unreasonable, insufficient training, micro-managing & lack of communication from supervisors to those below them.
Run the other way... terrible company. Poorly managed... constantly short staffed. Laid off great therapist / nurses and HHA while they kept people there who should never have been hired... no rehab manager. Most of the clinical managers left. It’s a company with revolving doors... they can’t keep good staff. AND NO raises !!!’
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I really was grateful and well appreciated by my patient she was very easy going to work for and anytime my timesheet was inaccurate I could always call to report it in and she would fix it right over the phone.
AccentCare(TexasHomeHealth)is not an great place to work for due to the poor hourly pay regardless of experience, poor Mgmnt, would never recommend texàs home health for someone to work.Im still employed because I enjoy my patient's (clients)