some of them are very well managed but the one i worked for was just one giant cluster of people wanting to be in charge and not do visits or try to get out of work in general, it was bad. They were just into making money and not taking care of the patients, or complaining when they had to do real work.
RN (Former Employee) – Oklahoma, Oklahoma – October 8, 2018
Management is totally in denial regarding what they expect from each person and if they feel slighted they pick at you until you have no recourse but to leave. Patient care and treatment of nursing staff is prioritized well below making money. Sad really.
nurse (Former Employee) – Oklahoma – September 3, 2018
I was told one thing but they did another. Not all that truthful. Drove 2 hours a day to get to client but not paid for daily drive time. Was told on several occasions that drive time would be included but when it was time to pay me, was left off of paycheck and told that I must have misunderstood.
didn't get paids for drive time or mileage. Feel tricked.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Stillwater, OK – August 9, 2018
I enjoyed my time working for Mays! My supervisor was stellar. I was given encouragement, and motivated to be my own person and grow and achieve the goals that were set for me. I felt as though I was a valued member of a team.
Lpn (Former Employee) – Stillwater, OK – June 30, 2018
Went way above my job expectation only to be treated poorly. Promised full time position only to get 4 visits a day if I was lucky, then expected to give up my whole day for them Incase something else came up. Charting system is terrible
Clerical (Former Employee) – Oklahoma – May 23, 2018
upper management makes decisions without really knowing lower staff positions. takes forever to get training for new jobs. nurse turnover rate is horrible. nurses don't actually do some of the visits but they mark that they do. marketing turnover is horrible because if you don't get 10 new medicare people each month they will fire you. most patients don't need home care but upper management will fire you if you lose too many patients. if you don't exceed job expectations they tell you your job is at risk. it really is a bully system here. upper management prefers to pay attention to the numbers instead of training and raising people up with positivity.
I worked at Mays it was fine, but i want a change in carees.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Eufaula, OK – September 19, 2017
I have been a Nurse 20 plus years, I am more than ready to change careers. I have always loved the Beauty industry. I have always been a makeup junkie, and always interested in skin products and living a healthy life style. I think it will be great to put the two careers together. I believe my Nursing career will only benefit me for my new career in the beauty industry. I love helping people, and will love making people beautiful. I am a very hard worker and would love to have this opportunity.
not sure i am answering these correctly. To continue helping people as i did in Nursing.
cons of nursing people are too quick to blame Other people now days, beauty would be a more relaxed work place
Admissions Coordinator (Former Employee) – Wetumka, OK – April 5, 2017
The upper management does not communicate with the branch offices and it causes great hostility in the office among the nurses and marketers. The company does not compensate for personal use of cars and cell phones.