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I can work as much or as little as I want with a wide variety of clients. Management works to make good fits with employee and client. I enjoy having regular clients on an ongoing basis, plus can always pick up more hours if desired. Most clients are very appreciative of my work with them. As an industry, home health aides are underpaid, but CK is working to increase pay and be a competitive employer.
I learn something new everyday and enjoy working on the Comfort Keepers team. We make a difference in other's lives. I would highly recommend this agency. Great management team. They truly support their mission and their staff 100%. And, we have fun!
A caring company
I absolutely love working at Comfort Keepers. My supervisors constantly let me know I am appreciated and are always ready to hear my new ides. They are very open to constructive criticism so it is easy to speak my mind on subjects that I think is important to creating a better workplace or providing better services. I constantly am learning new things in my position not only from my supervisors but co-workers, staff I manage, clients, and their families. At times it seems things are so busy you will never get anything done but there is always someone there to help support you through the busy days and make sure all the work is completed.
Supportive Culture, Continual Learning/Advancement Opportunities
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It's a great place to work and i do miss the comfortkeepers family and i would recommend anyone who are looking for work you can go to comfortkeepers
I love working for Comfort Keepers. Love the staff, the culture and the families I care for! They remember your birthday, your work anniversary and they are flexible if your client(s) can be flexible.
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If a client passes or goes in the hospital, you have to juggle to fit a new or temporary client into your schedule to keep your income coming in
I have worked for a few different in-home caregiving companies and Comfort Keepers of Phoenix owners and senior staff really do care about their caregivers. They make sure they are compensated fairly and treated respectfully by clients. The culture is one of caring and compassion. The hardest part of the job is when a client dies, but thankfully that doesn't happen too often. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing my clients smile. Seniors should be treated with respect and dignity and that is what I do, as well as my company, Comfort Keepers!
Great bosses, lots of extra shifts to pick up
Caring for people can be hard, but rewarding