DSP (Former Employee) – DeWitt, IA – February 1, 2018
Really loved my direct management and the co-workers I had in house. Was not at all happy with the board, since they are the reason Community Care is no longer a company and they screwed people they were suppose to help out of care.
PCW/ Call Center Representative (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – January 23, 2018
I worked a POOL position at CCI for 4 years. There were no raises in this time period, but I was able to work as many hours as I wanted. There are all 3 shifts available for nursing care. The workload is not hard though so it was a decent place to work.
Care Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 29, 2017
I would like to start by saying that management is great but the work required does not match the pay. There is no room for advancement. A typical day is coming in and completing on average 24 pages of paperwork per client not to mention if a public aid application is required to be completed then your looking at an additional 9 pages. This paperwork is done per client. You may be required to go to hospitals to complete screens on patients as well. Didn't really care for the position, but needed a job.
Home Caregiver (Former Employee) – Quincy, IL – June 30, 2017
Start 8/9 o'clock, travel to first Client, do work in the home for client, assist client with cooking, bathing, dressing, running errands, visiting with your client and learning about them & their family.
Enjoyed clients, Very rewarding
Didn't work full 8 hr day, No actual lunch break, Always being asked to work over
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – New Stanton, PA – May 18, 2017
I was looking for a job in the health field while also attending college and that's exactly what I got out of this position. They had given me my TB test for free and I was able to work. There was not much training and I felt that the clients were underserved.