Kind management but unorganized, low pay and no advancement
CAREGIVER (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – August 15, 2018
I worked for Homewatch for about five years. The office managers and very kind and flexible.The issue was that they were extremely unorganized. First off, they were completely unaware of the needs of their clients. They would create a care plan for each client and usually it would be inaccurate, not updated or vague.I had to spend a lot of personal time updating care plans because they didn't care to do it. Sometime, three of them would call me in a day asking me to fill the same shift because none of them would communicate who was calling who. I was a very valuable Caregiver because I was experienced and worked there full time and long-term, yet they only raised my pay 25 cents per year. Pay was extremely low. Lastly even though I was working there for numerous years, it was impossible to move up in the company. Again, the managers were kind and I stayed there a long time so it wasn't that bad at all, just little things about the company need improving.
flexible, kind managers
low pay, no advancement, disorganized management