Field Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 18, 2018
The work life balance is decent, but when managers get in their moods they will start to reprimand you. There is a lot of nepotism and this is definitely a male dominated company. There is a lot your can learn from working here, but unfortunately no room for growth.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Pennsylvania – September 18, 2018
maxim give hours when needed if available i just had a bad experience when i first work for them i got sent to a patient home and he didn't have any supplies for me to do my job and i called maxim and he fact that they know this client have this problem every month cause he has money problems but for my first time working for them it was a bad experience but i managed do to the fact i knew what had to do and i knew my job but i did stayed that day but ask them to not send me back to that client home because it was unfit but i got the job done and made client feel comfortable
give gloves if needed, take breaks when needed
should make sure clients have supplies before they send aides out
Clinical Supervisor (Current Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – September 18, 2018
SO far so good. Great communication and employees. A lot of paperwork and the computer system is clearly not created by actual working employees, out in the field, so this could definitely be made more efficient and conducive to clientele.
Mental Health Care Recruiter (Former Employee) – Towson, MD – September 18, 2018
You would always feel like you were being watched with everything you did. Was expected to spend an entire day doing a new field staff orientation and still able to get the rest of my work done without any help from the boss.
LPN (Former Employee) – Hamden, CT – September 17, 2018
The most enjoyable part of this job was that I was able to make a difference not only for the patient but for his family as well. My being there to take care of their loved one gave them the opportunity to sleep and take care of the other child in the home.
RN Caregiver (Current Employee) – Tampa Bay, FL – September 17, 2018
Each assignment is a bit different. I was told that they only have pediatric cases at this time. I have learned more about ventilators, G-tubes and, mickey buttons while working at Maxim. There is quite a bit of review and education on all equipment that our patients use. Sometimes it is hard to get an assignment. I enjoy working with the children and going to the school system with the children.
Education is promoted. Good relationships with the staffing personnel.
Home Health Aide (HHA) (Former Employee) – Hebron, OH – September 16, 2018
Good clients . however clients are not happy with maxim communication. There is very little to no communication continuously between office and clients home information. The app to turn in time sheet and patient charting for each shift is not reliable and needs to alert hha of issues when it is scanned in and not accepted. I was not paid 2 different occasions
RN, BSN (Former Employee) – Michigan – September 13, 2018
Very poor pay and required to drive excessively long distances for menial pay. Pay a lousy 27$ an hour while I make 39.00 weekdays at hospital and 42$ on the weekends. Schedulers are dishonest as they try to get you to drive distances that you know are far away and they lie and say "oh its not that far." Can't believe nothing they say. They don't pay mileage. Never work for this place Ever!