This company has lost their core staff with knowledge of how the company is to run. You have management that is not knowledgeable on the business. Trying to find their way without good communication skills and positive energy. They are rude and not trustworthy. The hardest part of working there is dealing with bad attitudes. The most enjoyable part of working there is punching out.
Intake Coordinator/Data Entry (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – December 19, 2017
I did not expect too much from this job but i gave me so much. Within a year i was asked to change my role in the company for better pay. The atmosphere is more than relaxing and you can go as far as you want in the company.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Tennessee – June 1, 2017
Upper management are clueless about clinical work in the field as they have no idea the sacrifice that we make every day. They are so disconnected they have no clue on what goes on from day to day operations and pass down their frustrations of DAILY NUMBERS AND PRODUCTIVITY to clinical field staff which have no control over any of that bran counting balogna! The only thing they fare about is the bottom line not the patient or the clinician!!! And another thing their benefits are an absolute zero!!!
Nurse (Former Employee) – Clarksville, TN – February 12, 2017
Had the experience of working with Guardian in Clarksville TN. Never again. Office manager is on drugs, in a new world every day. On more than one occasion payroll was not right because of her inability to do her job. Clinical supervisor lies and falsifies orders when she does come to work and you can get her off her cell phone. Executive Director tries to make a difference but she gets static at every corner. They want you to do more, more, more. Nothing is ever enough.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Hagerstown, IN – January 23, 2017
Wonderful owner....Updated my computer skills and I enjoyed working with some of the people. The hardest part of my job was working with the office manager. We did not agree on her work ethics. The office is beautiful and I enjoyed the clients and caregivers.
Personal Care Aide (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – March 17, 2016
I really like my job. A typical day at work was light house work communicating with my patient and transporting her to and from doctor's appointments. I really didn't have to work with co-workers but when I did see them they were ok it was like a hi and bye situation. The hardest part of my job was changing diapers and the most enjoyable part was when I got a permanent patient and I no longer had to change diapers.
Patient Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Roswell, GA – September 9, 2015
Advised patients regarding requirements concerning their appointments and directed them on how to obtain or complete new patient paperwork; managed patient schedules; assisted all office staff to ensure organization. Organized and maintained patient charting process and prioritized and reviewed charts for completeness; addressed common medical and insurance questions via phone and e-mail. Consulted and coordinated with medical providers to obtain required information and documentation to fulfill admission requirements; responsible for registration, appointment scheduling, telephone coverage and referrals; Verified insurance programs for treatments; collected payments from patients; reconciled daily cash reports