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Flexible work schedule. You decide when you want to schedule cases. You also get to pick the clients you want to work with.

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Pay is low and you are a independent contractor so you get paid by the client not by agency. So you have to keep track of everything to do your 1099 for taxes. Plus you have to go to post office to get 1099 form. This company will not help you.

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No set hours you are all over and they push you to take cases that end up horrible. Manager is not so nice either.

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Weekly by clients but if those clients fail to pay you. Don’t expect any help from this company manager will say your on your own to follow up with client to get paid. It happened to me and no one in office like manager offered to help me. I needed the money to survive just beware.

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Was rude manager all the time. Not so great of place to work but some of the clients were nice.

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They recognize the all the holidays.

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STNA, CNA, or companion experience, driving Licenses and Auto insurance

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It’s kind of crazy they have applications to fill out and all sorts of documents. There was a really nice lady there that did training and applications and was great to work with. But I think she left. To bad cause she was the best

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Varies 4-60+

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Yes the pay for mileage

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