Work wellbeing score is 76 out of 100
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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I would go to clients houses and read the lists of things to do in that house. Cooking, cleaning, laundry, feed/water animals, dispense meds, take for rides.
Answered March 20, 2020
Not what I thought it was.I was send to carw for a client and the drive only to their house took an 1hr. Then she assign me the next client and just to get their house according to GPS was an HR. I told the coordinator I want 20 min radius to drive. I already quit she won't even pay to fix the flat tire I got while traveling there.
Answered January 31, 2017
Comfort Keepers of Johns Creek is growing rapidly and has become the premier agency for professional care services in North Fulton and Gwinnett Counties.
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April 4, 2018
Very good. I love working there and I tell everyone how wonderful I think they are to work for.
Answered October 14, 2016
Horrible. The staff only care about themselves and don’t care about you being overworked.
Answered June 29, 2016
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