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8 - 10 hours

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Not good. It is very indecisive right now

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You are completely ignored by everyone in the office if you work in quality assurance. You are nothing but a waste of the "CEO's" money out of his own pocket. Yes, that was actually said! You are left to figure stuff out on your own. You ask a question never get a response. Change the rules as they go along to fit the money obstacle they are currently in. RN paperwork, doctor order's, medication list's are not even checked over. EVERYTHING IS PUSHED THROUGH BY QUALITY ASSURANCE! I would not recommend this company for your loved ones.

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Horrible work environment. QA dept. In a closet that is hot at one point freezing at another. You are completely ignored, because you are quality assurance. Company doesn't want to spend money on you. No say's anything to you there. It's like you are some plague. RN supervisor would walk passed you in the hallway and not even say hello. Poorly run company.

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Both. They have 2 companies in one and one company pays weekly and the other pays bi weekly

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I am quite open to telling people about working for Home Health Inc.

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Fingerprint, background check, no drug test. Orientation is 2 days 7-8 hours a day

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One piece of advice would be to oversee upper management and listening more to the other employees as well understanding what each position actually requires. A lot is demanded out of the employees in such a short amount of time which is why there are so many turnovers.

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I will make sure the job come with full benefits packages just like other companies like hospitals. Care workers work hard, make they get direct deposit,vacation paid and paid leave off when sick using their (PDOs). Have more than one worker covering one hall with 20 or more people who have to be care for, there would be 3 to 4 people on that one hall.Health care workers has a life, family and bills to paid good workers deserve good paid and benefits packages including good healthcare insurance.

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