Not the best place to work
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Ohio – November 6, 2018
I had a lot of problems working here. When I first started, it took 3 months for them to give me regular shifts. I was working maybe 1 every 2 weeks. The pay is less than what I could make at McDonald’s (which is not much) and pay days were never consistent. I once went a whole month without being paid. I never had any time to make plans because the schedule would change without notice for the next day, time off wasn’t guaranteed, and days off would be taken away all the time (especially the night before) without notice. I felt like I was always on call, maybe it’s because of the lack of employees, but it makes it really hard to schedule appointments for my health issues. Meetings were always scheduled when I had shifts, which makes it really hard to go to mandatory meetings. The management wasn’t the greatest either. I once waited at a clients house (without getting paid) for a half hour and my boss didn’t care that the client wasn’t there and I was expected to sit there and wait off the clock. I never really called off, but the one time I did, I had an endometriosis flare up and couldn’t go into work. As I was crying on the phone, in pain, the manager told me to take a mydol and get into the shift. Honestly, I would never work here again.
Poor management, poor pay, no benefits, very inconsistent hours, no communication