PATIENT SERVICE MANAGER (Former Employee) – Petersburg, VA – July 16, 2018
This company does not prepare you for the work load you are about to face. They work with limited staff and resources and the pay do not compensate time demanded. Management does not care of your wellbeing (at least in my case) It is about working long hours, doing someone else's job and little time off. I was often required to work on scheduled days off, 10 days straight and work 12 hour days every day.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – July 11, 2018
First off the pay sucks, the bosses dont understand much, it's like you cant have a life out of work. It's kinda like they treat you like working robots. They expect you to do so many tasks that it's impossible to do and its really hard to stay on top of things. I want to say if we had a better boss things will probably go much smoother but not in this pace things will just fall apart. They should treat people better especially because theres alot of hard workers but they are the ones that don't get respected.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Dade City, FL – July 5, 2018
I worked for HHS at Florida Hospital Dade City for a year and a couple months. It was the best year in my life! Despite missing out on school events, I learned that there was more to life, with that I built a lot of character and wisdom. You have a supportive team, a really nice supervisor and a straight forward manager. I honestly wish I never left.
Discount lunch, safety cards, flexible schedule, everyone is helpful and nice!
Cook (Former Employee) – Danville, VA – June 30, 2018
The management team is not concerned about there employees at all. The people that was placed in charged don't know how to talk to people. Everything that they do it is about them not the employees or the patient's in the hospital.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – June 25, 2018
This company pays very low wages to work in a hospital and the medical benefits is so high you can't afford to pay on a $9 an hour pay! Everything has to be a secret like we are all working on a FBI case you can't ask Managers nothing its always IDK or ask this person or that person! Even during the process of getting hired nobody knows nothing go take the drug test and didn't know I had to have blood drawn because nobody never told me this I was took by surprise when going to take a drug test when the nurse said I had to have blood drawn she said let me guess they didn't tell you all that you had to get blood drawn I said NO she said I've had 4-5 people already come in and didn't know they had to have blood drawn. I suggest if you really need a job take it and run far away fast as you can soon as you get another job!
It’s stressful, management is slacking and here is a lot of drama.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – June 23, 2018
I am over worked, I don’t get paid enough, the benefits are very slim to none. I don’t enjoy working there and am looking for a new job. Management is never on the same page and calls the same people to cover for others way too much. I am one of them.
Supervisor/ Team leader (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – June 14, 2018
Like any job it depends on the day and employees attitudes towards the job. Some employees had personal issues that I tried to help them resolve. In some cases I would have to get the director involved.
Nothing was free, however, during the 2016 flood they helped a lot of people out.
They health insurance sucks and they don't give raises yearly.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Tooele, UT – June 13, 2018
There was too much to get done in 8 hours, the manager put too much on one housekeeper. there were many complaints about management and nobody did anything about the issues. Manager didn't take her responsibilities seriously, didn't schedule enough people. Supervisor had no respect for the housekeepers and she didn't help when we needed her.
Executive Chef / Director Culinary & Nutrition (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – June 8, 2018
Over worked. I covered 4 account an d was not paid for it. Worked in 3 roles an d never compensated. VP's dont know their jobs and the paper work, therefore it makes your life hard. Always working never off.
Over worked, no work life balance, not able to take you vacation.
Kitchen Staff (Former Employee) – Hospital – May 19, 2018
Explain how a person that cooks processed food by opening a box or a bag etc can be called a "chef?" NOPE you are a cook nothing more unless you prepare meals by hand w real ingredients not by opening a box, can or bag & calling it your own. Just because you have the degree doesn't matter if you don't use it properly.
Too busy doing stupid fruit cups & salads not enough time to clean kitchen daily & properly.
Lazy sloppy people that cant seem to get their.... together
Assistant Director (Former Employee) – Nashville-Davidson, TN – May 19, 2018
Working for HHS had to be the biggest disappointment in my career. You are constantly strung along with the promise of being a Director in under a year, but in the present you will be worked around the clock for chump change. There is no such thing as work life balance as most of their accounts are understaffed due to they don't pay their workers for the amount of work they need completed. Along with the gossip, high turn over, incompetence of Directors, favouritism, high stress, high school like drama and frequent butt kissing the benefits suck if you have a family, wait almost 60 days for $700 a month medical insurance.
Pay and the execptation of you working around the clock
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Murray, KY – May 5, 2018
Long hard day,but worth it when you see residents and staff smile. Arrive at 7am team meeting. Pick up laundry and drop off laundry. Clean public areas and residential rooms. Know you have somebody's day better.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – May 5, 2018
they refuse to pay wages unprofesssional work environment just downright inappropiate work in general i just cant say anything good about it i highly recommend that you do waste your time on applying for this company