Communications Specialist (Current Employee) – Grand Blanc, MI – June 23, 2018
Working For the company was great meeting client's and establishing a mutual companionship. Schedule usually is pretty steady.." but be advise" that their not to big taking days off for any other reason other then medical. Pay is very poor is even if you are licensed.
Compliance (Current Employee) – Sharonville, OH – June 13, 2018
Love working here! Everyone is so nice and helpful. Very flexible with schedule and understanding. I would recommend this not only as a place of employment but also a place to receive excellent care for your loved ones.
In home Aide/House Manager (Former Employee) – Maryland – May 14, 2018
This was a job that I just took because I was closing down my first hair salon so I needed a income but I have grown to love my clients and the staff. I'm a little upset that this journey has ended but I pray that I find another employer and company that's almost the same if not better.
Paid time off to spend quility time with my family. i was able to take the clients out on trips
Horizon camp (Former Employee) – Georgia – May 5, 2018
When I was working with them disabled kids I learned a lot about them and I wouldn't mind working with them again they're very intelligent. You understand how they look at the world and see that there's nothing really wrong with them.
The management has no respect for staff and treated them unfairly
Hca (Former Employee) – Berkshire – March 12, 2018
I don't advice anyone to work for them. The care homes were not impressed with the manager for the company always messing shifts around and when staff were late no apologies, staff had no idea of manual handling skills.
Had no people skills and blamed everyone for there mistake
its a terrible place to work. They train you for free to be a CNA but once you get promoted to be on call your hours will decrease, and they won't have anywhere to put you. they send you to people houses with bed bugs without telling you ahead of time.
Free cna training
Low pay, management doesn't actually give you 40 hours a week, once promoted to on-call your hours decrease, so you have to pick up a lot more days unless you have no life or children
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – December 29, 2017
Not an enjoyable place to work. You work with a bunch of high schoolers. Not professionals. The money is not worth what you have to deal with. If you get hired into tneoffice, they force you to work the field.
I worked nights and some days. I was already skilled in all ares of nursing work so it was easy for me to jump right into work.there was no pressure or stress. The management was great. Very nice, helpful and understanding. The work place culture was great! not many if anyone left helping hands because they made you feel as if you belonged, treated you as an individual gave a lot of incentives was a happy easy going place to work! There was not a hard part of the job for me I enjoyed working with my clients and for them. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing my clients get better and off of a lot of equipment and beginning to live a normal life! I loved my job!! A typical work day or night included getting repot from Mom or other nurse, assessing patient going over orders and following the plan of care as well as charting all new orders, medicines, doctors orders and any new appointments. The work place was extremely clean warm and welcoming with soft soothing music in the back ground a beautiful business setting. You could always reach whom ever you were trying to reach , they gave you no run a rounds.
health insurance, 401k, gatherings on different holidays, gifts on Christmas and birthdays
This is a nice home care agency. Unlike some agencies I have worked at in the past, you usually always get your hours here. The hardest part of this job is seeing clients get ill and have to go into a hospital or nursing home.