No they do not unless you are taking the client somewhere during your shift.
Answered - Home Health Aide (Former Employee) - State College, PA
You are not paid mileage to go to a client's home. However, you are paid mileage for any errands you run with your client. You must declare your mileage the week it is incurred in order to get reimbursed and you are paid at much greater mileage rate than the IRS requires of employers to pay.
I worked here and never got paid for taking the client anywhere. So little is explained to you about policy's and procedures and then they will yell at you for not doing things properly . Even though your doing exactly what they said to do..they will still say your wrong..I'm very unhappy with my experience at this company.
No ,they do not pay for mileage unless u are driiving a client in your car to dr appt or grocery shopping etc
No mileage paid from your house to the clients, only when driving between clients. Also you get paid when you drive them to an appt or go run errands for the client, it is very little though.
The milage policy for Columbia, Mo. Is you get milage if drive more than 50 miles in a day.
They only pay mileage if you are running an errand for your client, or going straight from one clients home to another's. And it's not much.
Yes, when driving you own vehicle with client.
Answered - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) - Greensboro, NC
Answered - HHA (Former Employee) - 300 Mt. Lebanon Blvd. Pittsburgh, Pa 15235
No. You have to ask for mileage. It isnt offered intially
Answered - Registered Nurse (Former Employee) - Duluth, GA