Personal Care Assistant (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – March 26, 2018
I've had this job for seven years. I enjoy working with my client. It's a very relaxed and calming atmostphere. I do supportive Home care with my client and I even go see her when I'm not on duty just to check in on her.i don't plan on leaving this job anytime soon.
Office Assistant/Home care aide (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 10, 2018
I enjoyed my work being able to help my clients. I learned that we will all either get old and need help or disable and need assistant. I love that the management team was easy to approach and talk with. The workplace was relaxed the hardest part of the job was getting to the locations. I enjoyed each one of my clients being able to assist them with what ever I could to make life better for them.
Relaxed work enviroment
Short lunch breaks best to take lunch and eat on the go.
Pleasant Meadow (Former Employee) – Chrisman, IL – May 30, 2018
A typical day at work for me was busy but relaxing. What I learned was that other people like to clean house differently than what I do. The management was flexible for me. The workplace culture was very good and I always met new people everywhere I worked. The hardest part of the job was getting to know the different ways others liked to clean their house. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people and listening to the elders stories.
Authorization/Help Desk (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – February 5, 2018
A typical day at work relaxed department but management in which I was under lack the skills set to over come personal relationship with others co-worker in order to deal with the department as a whole professionally and fairly within the workplace.
LPN Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – November 19, 2017
Good place to work and take care of your members. You get an sense of pride knowing that your appreciated because of the good nursing care you give. You feel unappreciated when the company allow certain managers to run good nurses off. You have program managers that micromanage the staff and not allow the staff to advance in their job role.
Home Care Aide (Current Employee) – Clinton, IL – September 19, 2017
Was told that I would be guaranteed 40 hours a week and I was scheduled for 32 and if your clients cancel then you just lose those hours unless you make them up which is hard to do because the clients usually don't have time or make time for you to do so. Also you don't get paid for the four days of training which is in Villa Grove (over a hour from where I live). One of my clients got suspended and they wont give me another client to make up for lost time. You get nearly no lunch break because you get 30 minutes between clients and most of that is spent driving.
Medical Admitting Clerk (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – September 12, 2017
A day at Community Care would include checking patients in and out, making follow up appointments as needed. Verifying patients insurance as they arrive for their visit. Collecting Copays as needed as well.
Behavior Specialist (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – May 31, 2017
I really believe in the work that I do with this company, if you have a passion for helping others and have patience this is the field for you. You will work in school districts and in the homes of the clients, and the pay is competitive.