Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – August 10, 2018
This jobs allows to help those that lost the ability to walk due to accidents. I enjoyed the time I worked at this place before I decided to move to work on clinics. The most enjoyable part of the job is the satisfaction of helping those in need and give them moral support after a terrific accident.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Montgomery, AL – July 24, 2018
I recently started working with this company I had an interview Thursday and was able to start on Friday with as many days as liked since I was the only cna on the case I really enjoy the client that I have and his relative I have only been working for maybe 3 weeks but so far so good the pay is 11 per hour and it’s every Friday direct deposit which is amazing it’s hard to find position that pay weekly I’ve learned a lot to add to what I’ve already learned which is always a plus for me the staff have been pretty good and I really like the hr guy when I called he returned my call on the spot I just wish I Southaven found a position like this sooner my only problem with this position is that it’s overnight so I have to train my body to rest but that more my proble then theses all and all a pretty good job hopefully it continues to be as such
LPN (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 9, 2018
The company and their mission has great potential. However the cases are poorly managed and so is staffing. The staffers can be rude and spiteful if you will not pick up extra hours or shifts. Mostly all the cases are bad, meaning there is some unresolved issue that generally the nurse is not made aware of, and thus is blind sighted upon going to the client's home. Can never work for long periods with this company because there are too many negative dynamics at play. From lack of supplies, improper nursing protocols, safety issues, it all becomes too much.
Nice place to work, some stressful situations, enjoyed people I worked with.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – June 28, 2018
I am no longer employed. Due to restructuing, HR department was let go and a HR Generalist was put in place. Over the 8.5 years I worked for this company, there was high turnover but enjoyed working with the co-workers. Management was fine but the culture could be lacking.
LPN (Current Employee) – Tifton, GA – April 24, 2018
Accord Services pays good, benefits are not good and no PTO time or paid vacation. Can't move up in the company. You are hired on a PRN bases. the most enjoyable part of job are the clients. The hardest is not getting relief form job . had to stay 24 hours at times.
NURSE SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – November 2, 2017
I learned so much at this job. I was promoted two months after I was hired because the company recognized my talents and rewarded me accordingly. I received a pay raise at each of my annual reviews. I really learned the ins and outs of home health. Having worked at other home health agencies subsequently I realize that the management completely had it together and knew what they were doing. Office retention was low but personally I would have continued working there if things in my personal life had not changed.
Private duty nurse (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – August 13, 2017
This was a private duty job where I lived in with the patient and his wife for three days at a time. Patient was a quadriplegic so a typical day included total care with ADLs, assisted into wheelchair, intermittent caths every 6 hours, prepared meals and fed patient. The hardest part of the job was transferring the patient from bed to wheelchair and back each day.
This company is the worse you care you can get for any patients if you read good' reviews must be from people who works in the office the CNAs ending and relationship with patients what kind the professionals if the company when they know about it and all they care is about to don't lose the $$. A lot gossip if you want a decent' job look some where else .
CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Marietta, GA – March 2, 2017
The worst place to work. This company does not care about their field employees at all. They make up lies if they want to switch you to another patient, they play favoritism. They're supposed to give you raises but they don't do it unless you bring it to their attention. Working with the patients they have, quadriplegics, paraplegics and brain injury patients, you should be getting paid more than $10 an hour, but they do not care about their caregivers, the ones that do all the work. They will tell you that you are off of a case two to three days before it ends. If you choose to work for this agency by all means go for it but do not make them your primary income provider, I suggest you work for multiple agencies.
Individuals that work in the office, they have no good moral compass with their employees. They greatly lack empathy
This company cares about no one but themselves. Worse company I ever worked for. Staff changes with the season. Can never reach staff because they are ALWAYS in a freaking meeting but sit right there and listen to you on speaker phone as if you dont have a clue. Horrible excuse for a agency.
Janitor part-time (Former Employee) – Saint Louis, MO – December 29, 2016
They only care about themselves. They keep short changing you and you have to call multiple times to fix it until they understand that they can't scam you.They don't defend you when people complain for no reason.They take forever to respond to your messages. Hardly any raises. They don't pay enough. Utter garbage! You have failed this city!
Employee (Former Employee) – GA – October 19, 2016
Management sucks!!! We changed case managers every other month! Pay was generous, the home I worked in was filthy!! Roaches, dogs that peed everywhere.. GROSS!!! You were just a body to them. They did not care about the nurses at all!! Company based out of Marietta and I could count on one hand the number of times a case manager was actually in the field the entire three years I was there!! DO NOT WORK HERE!!!!!
Worst Company in the Workers' Comp Industry and Private Pay
Internal Employee (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – February 9, 2016
Worst type of management I have ever seen. The staffing manager does people wrong, mess up, and throw others under the bus; while the CEO and HR manager just go with the flow to cover it all up. Need to be shut down permanently.....
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – December 9, 2015
I still can not believe I stayed with this company for 8 years. They only care about themselves (office staff) and money. Money money money! "Let's see how many clients we can grab up and not fully staff!" I only gave 3 stars overall rating because I had met some awesome clients during my time here. A few not so great ones, but always people who deserved a higher standard of care. But it seems like only us CNA's truly cared about the clients. And certainly, no one cared for us. I spent the majority of my 8 years stressed out and burned out. At one point, my husband moved us 2 hours away from work. Do you think Accord was willing to move some staff around? NO! One more than one case (not just that one), I've had to commute 2 hours one way. Very rarely are you compensated for mileage. A few occasions, I was promised a gift card for coming in on my only off day. I'm still waiting for that. The nurses lie to you and your client and sometimes ask YOU to lie to your client FOR THEM.
My last case, my client was suffering. Dying. I wanted to do nothing more than whatever I had to do so the client could be comfortable. But my nurse supervisor came up with a ridiculous care plan for all shifts that did not actually help the client and threatened to remove me from the case if I continued to do things like turn the client more than every 2 hours. This was a very strenous case and we all ran our butts off and were exhausted. I understand that but still felt trapped and forced to go against my gut. In hindsight, I'll never do that again. She didn't care about the client's comfort. Evenmore... the family could sense that about her.
I was supposed to receive my yearly raise in December, a year ago. I waited and waited for it. The previously mentioned nurse also said she'd work on getting us all pay increases for that last case because it was such a tough case. All talk, no action. Lies.
After I left the company, they continued to call me occasionally about picking up some hours. When I finally decided some part time hours would be okay, they lie about letting me know where to place me and then sent me a separation notice. Don't call me again; you'll never have my help Accord. Ridiculous business.less
Some awesome clients, exposure to different cultures.
LPN Home Health Nurse (Current Employee) – GA – November 1, 2015
this company has not problem being unprofessional you are given wrong client address and are just a body to cover the shift. client home is always missing key items to give good care. sloppy work environment. no problem to short your pay check and blame you.