DSP (Direct Support Professional) (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – January 6, 2019
A lot is expected of the employees. I worked six days a week, sometimes even seven and would get hit, bit, kicked, spat on, etc. without help sometimes due to only two staff covering four plus residents. Otherwise, it was a very great environment and I loved being able to help the residents. The facility is very nice and the residents are provided with a lot of great things.
Manager (Current Employee) – Fairfield, CA – October 31, 2018
Like many companies that open residential, that often make the mistake at promoting people who lack managerial experience. Managers who lack experience managing "people" often ruin a program. People's Care is a victim of this. While they have success stories but many bad stories with Residential managers and administrators.
DSP (Direct Support Professional) (Former Employee) – Visalia – October 9, 2018
It was awesome at first, but once you get to know staff and how management works..it's crazy. People backstab you and lie to you. Management plays favoritism all the time. You have to bottom kiss to get promoted and to be getting 40 hrs. They don't pay overtime so they hire more staff to cut others hours. Just crazy drama..it's everywhere but this place is all bad!
Dsp2 (Former Employee) – Apple Valley, CA – October 8, 2018
The homes have ppl living there that are not fit for the homes. Constantly short staffed placing employee in danger. Horrible training no raises or incentives House Leads are rude. Admins are rude, licensing stays at some homes.
If you love taking care of others, this is the place for you!
Dirrect Support Professonal (Former Employee) – Victorville, CA – October 3, 2018
People's Care is a place where you can work in peace, meet new people and patients have fun on outings. Teach your clients to better themselves and learn how to do daily living stuff. cooking bathing washing hands etc.
you can eat with the clents.
the clents can make you tired, they have a lot of energy
Good place to share a passion of working with individuals who have exceptional learning abilities.
Behavior Therapist (Former Employee) – Arcadia, CA – August 8, 2018
Overall good work environment. Ability to be on your own without co-worker drama. Supervisors want to help you improve in the delivery of services. Good field to be in if you'd like to make a difference in someones life.
Direct Support Professional (Former Employee) – carmicheal ca – May 14, 2018
i work for peoples care for a lil over 1 year as a dsp 2. During the beginning they had me travel to Vacaville from sac. staff were very combative mangement was hands off.The company is over all does not care about its staff. mangenent never get held accountable always use staff as scapegoat. Mangement sleep with other mangement alot of sucking up with upper mangement goes on. There is no room for advancement constant conflicts with in homes. The company is money hungry cares less about staff and clients. This is proven by the under staffing having inexperience staff work in home with clients that have behaviors and special needs. they constantly lack communication when call outs happen etc. overall a horrible place to work including things such as stressful work environment no understanding for personal issues etc.
DSP (Direct Support Professional) (Former Employee) – Menifee, CA – April 28, 2018
I am thankful to have gained experience with People's Car. I learned valuable skills and information from Administrators, staff, and clients. Also, I gained information about the Developmental Disabled Industry.