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I learned to say no with this company. Management is slightly selfish. At the Hudson location, they ask you to work extra days so they can have every weekend off. Client may misbehave, but some will still get rewarded. The hardest part of the job is trying to discipline misbehaving clients, unsure of if management will fully back you up. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to know some pretty cool people.
PCW Personal Care Worker in Hudson, WI
on February 21, 2020
I work at one of the smaller facilities and my job is fairly easy. The residents are sweet, and I know my ultimate goal is to care for the residents. Is there drama? yes. Are all the coworkers and managers great? No. But this is healthcare, and I have seen much worse places. It's clear that most people are here for the right reasons, and the company cares about ensuring the residents have good lives. The pay isn't great, but like I said, the job is fairly easy. They do have some cool perks like an attendance bonus and kindness counts where they give out gift cards and prizes every month. Also they recently started offering health insurance.
PCW Personal Care Worker in Menomonie, WI
on March 16, 2021
I don't really have a life outside of work working the noc shifts, not to mention getting a day off that you don't ask for before the 15th of every month. Some coworkers are amazing some are literally the most unhelpful people you will ever meet. I haven't been here for a long time but between management and some of the coworkers i don't recommend it unless you have thick skin
PCW Personal Care Worker in Menomonie, WI
on February 6, 2021
I have worked here for a little over a month. I personally like working here. The owners do listen to concerns and they do care about their employees and staff. I know I can go to the owners about anything and they listen and try to fix what's wrong. Yes I have worked a lot of hours, but the residents need the care and I for one am able and willing to go all out for this company. I can also go to any of the higher ups with my concerns. I think once we get the right employees in place this business will be a success.
Supervisor in Eau Claire, WI
on October 30, 2020
I started as a house manager, and that was quickly changed. My first day I was on the floor with NO training with any of the residents. Soon there after I was beginning my duties as the house manager and figuring out timing and such, apparently their were complaints made to the owners in which two other people reassured them these things were not happening and I was soon moved out of this position. I was told my other would drop, and would be reviewed a month later, never happened. I then started on call the same week they fired their administrator for no reason. After that I became a floater for all of the facilities. Recently I was suspended due to an interaction with a resident in which the resident was abusing another. This had been verified multiple times. However when brought back on I was told I was only allowed to work a t two houses. Today I was told that this was because no one wanted to work with me. When I asked why they stated they didn’t know and it was due to me bringing people into drama. Which unfortunately for them they are incorrect. There is minimal drama in all of the facilities except one. It was brought to my attention yesterday that they had placed a staff in a facility who has never worked there before with a staff whose first day on the floor outside of training was the same day with another training staff on the floor. However the staff didn’t want to work there because of this, the owners did NOT care. So today I stood up for myself.At this point the owners have been well aware of my anxiety, at this point they have done nothing but make me feel worthless by stating untrue things, which I have verified with other coworkers at the facilities. These people are not people you want to work for, they do not care about the safety of their residents or their stafff
Floater in Eau Claire, WI Hudson, wi
on October 2, 2020
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