Home, hope and Healing Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at Home, hope and Healing?

3.4Work/Life Balance
2.8Compensation/Benefits
3.7Job Security/Advancement
4.0Management
3.8Culture
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I took care of a client that had end stage ALS
Written by Private Duty Nurse (Former Employee) from Smithfield, ME on August 7, 2017
I took care of a client that had end stage ALS. I learned a lot about ALS. Management was supportive and responded promptly to questions or concerns. Workplace culture really depended on which client home you were assigned to. Some homes and families were a pleasure to work in and with, others not so much. The hardest part of the job was the travel. - more... The most enjoyable was the satisfaction from helping someone to continue to live in their home. - less
Prosthe ability to work one on one.
ConsNo real breaks as there is no one to cover for you. You eat when you can and jump up if needed.
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