Caregiver (Former Employee) – Oxford, MS – January 10, 2019
love the people just when you finsh doing all nothing too really do. they cant go out side on a pretty day. just breaks my heart they cant,At nite you just sat and wait for morning. they sat up all nite and sleep all day.
Home Health Care Aide (Former Employee) – Sonoma County, CA and Marin County – January 9, 2019
I was doing my job and I did it very well. I had little to no support from anyone in the organization. I learned nothing except to work long shifts with little relief and no sick time no vacation time just work.
Personal Care Aide (PCA) (Current Employee) – Lake Oswego, OR – January 5, 2019
Our job was to assist individuals with specific needs. I had the ability to communicate effectively with clients and medical supervisors. It was important to have compassion when working with our clients and to be flexible when needed.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – January 5, 2019
At first you have to do fill ins until they find you a client you travel from client to client at different times like 4 hours or 6 hours at a time the clients are elderly. They try to get you hours with your phone and you respond if you are the first one to respond they call you first and go down the line that's why I am looking for a new job
I enjoy working with the clients I have being send.
CNA (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – November 30, 2018
Free training, good job opportunities, great staff members. I like to work with this company their are very understanding all my needs, if their have more clients I will be able to continue to work as a part time employee.
Caregiver/CNA (Former Employee) – Calabasas, CA – October 30, 2018
This company doesn't follow its rules as closely as it resembles. It is good to gain some money here and there but it does not guarantee job security. Find a back up job incase you don't end up with a permanent client.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Dayton, OH – October 10, 2018
When it comes to HomeCare jobs you need to have set schedules not just days where they offer a shift and it’s first come first serve. Also I told them when I started that I was allergic to cats and they placed me in a home WITH cats for a week straight. When I called to report it I was asked if there was anyway I could work through it because they didn’t have anyone to cover the shift. I literally had to take medication when I left and even before I went to ensure that I didn’t have an reaction
Client Care Manager (Current Employee) – Santa Rosa, CA – October 5, 2018
Its a newer company with room for growth and always hiring care givers. They idea of providing home care to seniors is great however, there is a difficult work life balance as the client care manager that has to work outside of the 40 hour work week. Weekends are planned around work and having to be there to introduce care givers to clients.
Nanny (Former Employee) – Katy, TX – September 24, 2018
A typical day of work consisted of driving the kids to swim practice, cooking them lunch, and entertaining them throughout the day. The most enjoyable part of the job was having fun with the kids and getting to know them on a personal level.