office and out in the field life
Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Champaign, IL – August 13, 2018
working in the office-
constant call ins, having to find covers for the staff that dont show up for their shift, making shcedules, handling phone calls, training classes, going out and getting new clients, always fixing payroll, being on call durng the week and weekend when it's your turn, gong to see high risk clients if you are on call and it is your client that you staff, you will also see high risk clients durning the day while you are working if a fill is not found and there is no overtime for that.
home care aides-
seeing several clients a day, cooking, light cleaning, laundry, trasportaion, medication reminders, NO CPR training and you are not allowed to do CPR on a client at all, compaionship, bathing, get paid millage but can only go out once a week.
the office never knows whats going on and payroll is always messed up