Poor infrastructure and a few unprofessional managers
SLP (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – May 13, 2018
Communication is poor among management and employees. There were no referrals for learning documentation. Other SLP conveyed she did not fully understand the documentation well, which is very difficult with 1 case per month.
RN Supervisor (Former Employee) – Bamberg County, SC – May 3, 2018
Worked as part time RN supervisor. Had issues with being able to do my job well from day one. No communication. Administrative staff changes very frequently. Lots of clicks. Unreasonable expectations from corporate that affect resident care. SO UNDERSTAFFED! Can't keep staff because they are so overworked and under appreciated. I worked as a fill in at another Pruitt facility and it was worse. Committed to Caring feels like a joke.
If you enjoy low pay and being miss treated this is the place for you..
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Blue Ridge, GA – May 1, 2018
Being a Dietary Aide was my favorite. But the management is beyond terrible. You are written down for days you don't want to work. Underpaid and expected to take the load of everything. It's not just the kitchen that's bad. And also not just this location. Do not recommend as a job or to place family members in for care. The only thing good about working at this company is seeing the faces of residents.
Serving the residents
Underpaid, overworked, Expected to work through breaks
Worst company to work for. "Committed to Caring" is they're mission statement. That's a joke. Don't believe the hype!!! Management rude,condescending careless, shows favoritism, has clicks and if you speak up you get targeted. Complaining to "corporate " is a joke!
Pruitt Home Health will overwork the current employees to avoid spending money to hire an adequate amount of staff. Clinical staff turnover rate is extremely high. 7 RN’s , 2 SLP’s and 2 OT’s all under a one year timeframe. No one sticks around due to poor training and leadership that is only concerned with its numbers. You are constantly told what you are doing wrong and not appreciated for what you have done right. Upper management really needs to do better by their employees or staff will continue to leave. The benefits are unnecessary high and does not cover simple procedures.
N/A (Former Employee) – Union County, NC – April 18, 2018
Lied too on several occasions. Could not get to talk to upper mangement. Different rules for different people. Alot of back stabbing. Lost a lot of good employees without even asking why. H R problems and no accountability. Could have been a good place to work if anyone cared about people making less thrm 10.00 an hour.
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – Gainesville, GA – March 25, 2018
Managers hired with less than 6 months experience as RN. Unrealistic on-call expectations for RN's with no help from supervisory staff. Would require you to kill yourself and continue accepting patient visits even after you had met productivity goals for the day and week.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Blue Ridge, GA – March 19, 2018
While I love caring for the elderly, this job was extremely difficult due to the fact that I was taking care of many more residents than I was expected to. There were never enough CNAs and I would often skip breaks/lunch as well as stay past my shift to make sure everyone was properly cared for. I was often assigned an extra hallway due to someone not showing up for their shift. The hourly wage does not meet the hard work that is put into this job.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Toccoa, GA – March 17, 2018
PruittHealth Toccoa has an outstanding Administrator and Director of Nursing. They both care for the residents as if they were their own family member. They care about the staff and will do anything for any memeber of the team. I have been with Toccoa for many years and this is by far the best leaders this facility has had for a number of years!
MANAGER (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 8, 2018
Success is possible, but very driven by the relationships you make. Plenty of opportunities to work in multiple capacities, depending on how supportive the supervisor is. Job satisfaction is very dependent upon the department culture.
I found it very unfriendly. The pay is not worth The stress. The scheulding is awful. You work every other weekend and sometimes only got one day off on your weekend. They had weekends where you had to be on call on your weekend off. The residents will tell you not to work there. Run away its not worth it.
This was my first job after i graduated last year. I was warned not to take it. Boy, were they right. My first day on the job i was asked to run the cart because i demonstrated consistency with the passing of meds. No sooner than nmy trainer steps away, i get a fall, request for meds not in the building, the doctor wants to do a walk around with labs, i had a family member request info on their loved one and i was clueless. Needless to say, once she returned i handed off the keys refused to learn anything else as this was my first and last day
RN (Current Employee) – North Carolina – February 19, 2018
Love hospice but this company allows reverse management. You have regional managers trying to run local office while administrators look on. No support from cooperate, you can never get anyone in HR on phone. Empty promises from admin. Rules and procedures (if they exist) vary from employee to employee. Professionalism among nurses doesn’t exist. Clients don’t get what they are entitled to according to Medicare Guidelines. Just save yourself the trouble.