Low pay, no benefits, not enough hours of work, hard labored assignments
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 5, 2018
The staff and management are rude and unprofessional. The pay is low compared to other agencies. The job assignments are extensively hard. The kind of jobs that no nurses take. So they have to call agencies because their own staff keep quitting. No benefits, no paid leave, no 401k, no insurance. At the begining they say they offer benefits. But later the say you need to make a contract for 2 months to get benefits. But there is no assignments that ask for 2 months contract. Each Thursady they ask you to email your available days but what they really want is some "on call nurses" so if a facility's nurse called sick to call you and ask you to go there. They even deduct the cost of fingerprinting from your pay check. Don't waste your time to go through their extensive employment process.
Nothing I can think of
Low pay, no benefits, a lot of "on call days" with no compensations
Nurse Tech (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 2, 2018
The typical day, there is no typical day. Not in a bad way just every day is different because in the medical profession it is important to make sure that all patients are safe secure and that the care is up to date and they are all fed and bathed. The company provides a lot of work and flexibility.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – July 11, 2016
All the people are nice, and will work with your schedule. This is an amazing company to work for. They helped me find a job when there was nothing else available. Management is always helpful, and always looking to help you advance.
CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 29, 2013
Although I was laid off from my last job through no fault of my own or my agency, my agency has made every effort to find another opportunity and they have done so with professionalism and optimism
While working for this company, I was assigned to Ontario Montclair School District where I worked for 6 weeks until they decided to let go of Agency employees and hire from within. While working for this employer, I can safely say that this is the best assignment I have ever had in terms of the population I worked with (children) and the caring coworkers and staff who quickly became my friends.
My typical day at work involved seeing children at different school sites for mostly handwriting and fine motor training as it applied to schoolwork, or working with autistic children guiding them in functional play and pre-writing activities.
Love working with children making the job very enjoyable Excellent pay
Job security poor due to it being an agency, client uses therapist until finds less expensive alternative
I enjoy my job because of the 1:1 gives me to care for my patient
sitter/ CNA (Current Employee) – durham VA hospital – September 4, 2013
This job assist me in understanding different personality and how to approach their different needs. The management is very understanding and will work with you. hardest part of my job is that once your patient is comfortable there is no much to do to keep busy. I truly enjoy keeping my patient happy and comfort able
Its close to home, and it usually is a preferred empolyer.
LVN (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 29, 2012
The jobs that are assigned to the employees are labor intensive. There is no over time from facilities. You are treated as if you do not belong at the hospitals you work at. The staff does not care about your well-being. They will work you the PM shift and then the AM shift with no break. Even when they tell you to take a break it is only to catch up on your work because you can not have overtime and are required to take a lunch so that they do not get in trouble.
low wages, no benefits, no staff support, no references from contracted companies