Open Arms Health Care, LLC
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DSP (Direct Support Professional) in Beaver, PA
on January 19, 2021
They went out of there way to accommodate me personally and gave out nice Christmas bonuses. I received a card and phone call when my loved one passed and that meant a lot to me. It is clear that the company is always trying to make the employee's happy so we can do our jobs. They booked hotel rooms for people when it snowed. This is a great and caring company to work for!
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) in Memphis, TN
on February 20, 2021
Enjoyed most of the clients. It was to much for one person. 16 patients between 2 houses next to each other. Two med passes, Gtube feedings, blood sugar checks plus tons of paperwork. It was possible but I felt like everyone wasn't getting enough attention
DSP (Direct Support Professional) in Aliquippa, PA
on December 29, 2020
Open Arms is one of the worst companies to work for. They’re disrespectful towards their staff. They treat the hard working employees poorly and the workers that constantly call off better. They promise you that they grow from within upon hire, yet they hire new people for supervisor/admin positions. They’ll randomly move you from the house you’re working at and have a problem with it if you’re not willing to do so. They are terrible with communication to staff or better yet, other admin. They’re always texting you after your shift ends/day off about open shifts or other work related issues (if you don’t answer they call you) when they have ample opportunity to email you or send a message on the scheduling app that you could look at later. They also have ample opportunity to put the open shift on the scheduling app but would rather contact employees directly after their scheduled shifts. If you’re looking for a career working here isn’t the best option for you.
Home Health Caregiver in Horsham, PA
on September 25, 2020
I was offered a job with a chance to actually get paid for taking care of my mom, which I was already doing so it worked out perfectly for me with added benefits.
Direct Support Professional in Beaver County, PA
on July 9, 2020
OAHC is a great company to wok for. It is a small company where they recognize you as a person and understand sometimes things come up in life where you have to prioritize. It is petty easy to find a coworker to take over a shift for you in emergency situations. Pay is somewhat competitive, but for the job is pretty good. There is always OT available if someone wants to make a little extra. There is always someone in admin available to hear concerns, or to help walk you through different situations. I would recommend working for OAHC.

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Every question you could possibly imagine. They also make you feel so welcomed until your actually with this company. They have no personality and most of the people in Administration is very rude

Shared on July 5, 2020

Personal questions. The interview questions weren't the problem.

Shared on July 8, 2019

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