PCA (Former Employee) – Billings, MT – October 27, 2018
I loved my hours, pay and benefits until the state decided to cut home health care. It was sad because people who lived in their homes had to go to nursing homes, employees lost almost all of their hours (me), if not their job. The hourly pay stayed the same, but it's not near enough. In 11 years, my pay only increased by $2/hr. total. I liked the health care I had through the union, but if you don't work enough hours, you lose it. The company changed every year, too. I wrote a lot of 'buts', but... that has to do with the union or the state. The job itself, I loved doing, and it made me be an even better person. If you love taking care of and helping others, this job is for you. The clients really do appreciate you and they become like your family.
healthcare dependent on hours, low pay, rare raises
Bartender (Current Employee) – Queens, NY – November 5, 2018
Learns quickly, easily oriented to job routine. Possesses the ability to deal effectively with the public and flexible enough to work alone or in a team effort. Have a high energy level and am not afraid of hard work.
CNA/Caregiver (Former Employee) – Santa Clarita, CA – September 12, 2018
Hours are never guaranteed. It’s hard work with a low pay and no actual job stability. People in the office lack proffresionalism and will lie in a heart beat to save their own skin. They don’t fairly give out hours and never have anyone to replace call outs
Private Home Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 17, 2018
I was a 24/7 live-in home care assistant.The hardest part of the job was being on 24 hour call and transporting tenant from home to various venues. A typical day included getting up early mornings around 5 am to assist client with daily bath and chores. In addition, client insisted on doing things without any assistance. The most enjoyable part o the job was the ability to prepare meals and interact with the client.
Home Care Aide (Former Employee) – Swainsboro, GA – August 9, 2018
I loved assisting elderly people with normal everyday hings that they struggle with. I enjoyed the smiles on their faces once i completed my task. I would recommend this job to anyone looking to start their own business.
Tiempo en la doumentacion Descanso luego de visitas on call Disminuir la cantidad de pacientes Festejar al personal en su cumpleaños o tareas realizadas. Brindar estrategias al personal. Permitir realizar documentos requerido por la agencia
Home Attendant (Former Employee) – Puerto Rico – May 4, 2018
A typical day at work clean change Pampers bathe the elderly cook and give and support them and everything they need and ask for I learned dealing with elderly people you have to have a lot of patience and be physically and mentally stable there isn't really anything hard about the job