Care Provider (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – May 10, 2018
You take care off all kind of people with disabilities and drug problems. Care can be anything from household cleaning, running errands , assisting with care needs, cooking , assist with medicines and hospital visits, shopping, washing of clothes.
Work with several different clients through out a day and you must travel to each location
Care Giver (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 26, 2018
Clients are good. The manager should start checking on the clients and make sure they are getting the help they need. I feel that the care givers shouldn’t go all the round the city for clients and the the care givers should be able to work in one building.
Homecare provider (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 17, 2018
It's a nice company to work for if you love homecare, the people are nice the clients are great the office is great and the hours and the training the hands on training is great and the teacher was the best it really is a good company for those who love helping others
Client Service Coordinator/ Delivery Scheduler (Former Employee) – San Mateo, CA – January 18, 2018
Under no circumstances would I ever recommend this agency. They have such a huge turnover rate, they do not care about their employees. The people that do want to help the clients are few and do not get any support. I will say this place has the worse management team I have ever worked with. The HR department is even worse.
Care Partner (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – November 3, 2017
I worked for homebridge for bout a year and thoroughly enjoyed getting up everyday to do my job and seeing the client's smile made it worthwhile I met wonderful client's and to this day still keep in touch. But I got accused of something i didn't do. After calling lock out to inform what was happening apparently not doing their job and I was showed how they really are. Not very organize what so ever had to get with union leaders.homebridge and some not all supervisors arent connected .same situation happen to others union leaders fought to keep their jobs. I'm very disappointed and won't go back to a company who are cut throats. Don't care about their employees.
case manager (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – August 18, 2017
Homebridge tries to improve but the turnover is so high that the case managers cannot keep up with the demand. Some management are good and very supportive but others are under pressure and this can trickle down to the staff. There is a large separation between upper management and staff which causes a lot of stress. Case Managers are required to make over 60 home visits per month. The high numbers make it hard for people to keep up and clients often can't get the care they need because of the insane amount of work and extremely high turnover. In my short time with Homebridge I have seen many case managers, managers, and even the associate director leave due to the pressures. The upside is the staff is great and everyone at the case management level really support each other.
Home Care Provider (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 2, 2017
● Assisting and leading group activities designed to stimulate older adults with dementia. ● Providing emotional/behavioral support and supervision for clients. ● Keeping clients safe by close observation and adherence to program policies and schedules.
Fast-space, workplace culture, and staffs are get along well
Receptionist/HR Assistant (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 5, 2017
The most I enjoyed part of my job at this place that the staffs are very nice and get along well with each other. The benefits package is great for employees. Fast space and devise culture populations.
Service Retention Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Mateo, CA – March 8, 2017
working for Homebridge during my tenure was interesting. Although i firmly believe in there mission statement and the service they provided some of there ideologies towered there hiring/firing process i did not agree with and interoffice . i learned how to become not only a better student but a better teacher as well time management. The greatest challenge for this position for me was balancing both work and life in healthcare your work easily becomes your life if your dedicated enough. Meeting new Clients and hearing some of there storys was my favorite part of the position.
Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – February 21, 2017
Great work/life balance if you're part of the support team (I'm a service coordinator). I can't speak for the home care providers on the frontline, however, so this will not be a helpful review if you are interested in becoming one.
I'm always finding new challenges and I get to work with a lot of different agencies in San Francisco.
Management is interested in your growth and development, but there aren't always opportunities for upward mobility. However, many of my coworkers have tried on different hats in other departments.
I get paid $46,500/year w/o a Master's degree. Benefits include health, dental, 403b retirement account, vision and commuter/FSA. Good parental leave policy and they don't mind you taking it.
Home Care Provider (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – January 22, 2016
Good beginning company if you need to get a start in the homecare industry but not the best. When starting out you are usually placed in the tenderloin client work base until they see if you can handle grimy situations then eventually your placed with more consistent client base.
Home Care Provider (Former Employee) – San Mateo, CA – December 31, 2015
mi hr de entrar siempre era alas 8am x lo usual siempre tenia 2 a 3 clientes x dia y me gustaban los retos que aveses me davan siempre disfrutaba cuando me daban clientes dificiles x que yo savia que iva apoder con ellos