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What is the most stressful part about working at Accurate Home Care?

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Management doesn't listen to it's employees. Decisions currently being made are bad for the growth of this company that is crumbling. New owners do nothing but try to strike fear in everyone. New owner an current CEO are silently hated by staff.

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The lack of support and communication from leadership

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Poor wages and no clients...

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Job security for non-clinical staff.

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Management does not care about you.

Answered - Mental Health Provider (Former Employee) - St. Cloud, MN

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No being paid adequately.

Answered - PCA Personal Care Assistant (Current Employee) - Saint Cloud, MN

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Ever changing procedures and then not being trained on the new procedures. Ever changing software. Went through 4 different programs while I was there 5 years.

Answered - Office Personnel (Former Employee) - Illinois

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Coworkers are not frequently willing to cover others shifts therefore sometimes the clients get left without their services which is a shame to see for them. the management often times doesn't consider anyones feelings but their own, and the hours are sometimes dull short and not work all the traveling. Mileage wasn't reimbursed from home to client to client to home, therefore if there was time gaps between clients and you went home you didn't get to claim mileage. For instance working in Maquoketa than have 2 hour gap between next client and go home, you don't get mileage from Maquoketa to home, then from home to next client in Dubuque. It adds up in gas most definitely, which makes it seem you pay more of your money to be an employee than you can earn to pay for a living.

Answered - Home Health Aide (Former Employee) - Moline, IL

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Constant changes

Answered - mental health practicioner (Current Employee) - Waite Park, MN

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