Current Employee (Current Employee) – Baraboo, WI – January 11, 2019
I really like the family like atmosphere at Recover Health in Baraboo. Everyone works well together and helps everyone out when able. Ideas and suggestions are welcome. With the owners working in the company its a simple phone call to get ideas shared.
Company has been working really hard in the last 6 months on setting up a better training program for all new hires.
Former employee (Former Employee) – United States – December 19, 2018
I would not recommend anyone to work here. People I worked with on a daily basis were great but management from corporate office needs a makeover. They are very pushy and rude. They say they encourage people to work for better opportunities within the company but are not willing to let people learn or when they do you get in trouble because your not supposed to know that. They are so secretive and let people backstab each other. They have so many calls and expect you to be on everyone of them otherwise you will miss something and then it’s your fault even though you were doing something else that was part of your job. They expect you to do the work of 10 people in one day and set unrealistic goals. Throughout the whole company there is so much turnover and corporate should re-evaluate themselves or they are going to continue to fail.
RN Case Manager Home Health (Former Employee) – Wisconsin – November 7, 2018
I thought I'd give this place a try even after reading the many warnings about staying away from Recover Care. I like to think the best about people. Unfortunately the many warnings were true in this case. I got barely any training (2 days before I was thrown out to do an admission alone!!) and then was getting an admission daily and even 2 a day! They seemed irritated upon seeing I had charted things in wrong places even though I got close to no training. I suddenly found myself working at home in the evenings UNPAID, yes, you read correctly, unpaid for all the work because they only pay you per visit and not hourly. So after factoring in all the hours I was making less than $10/hr as a RN. It's true what people are saying-poor management, almost no training and overloaded with work. The other nurses aren't willing to help either because they're trying just to survive also. Bad bad place to work.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Saint Cloud, MN – October 30, 2018
I would never recommend someone to work for them or refer future patients. Never have staff and treat the employees they do have like they are a dime a dozen. Never appreciated for your hard work. Take more than they give.
Management is disrespectful to clients and some employees
former employee (Former Employee) – Eau Claire, WI – October 12, 2018
Absolutely NO training! Management talked about their own employees in a bad way. No appreciation at all toward employees that are out assisting clients no credit given! Only to certain employees! violation of Hippa many times! Never seemed to please them always finding fault in others. $$$$ hungry no care for employees or clients
General (Former Employee) – Minnesota – September 12, 2018
Although this seemed like a good place to work, the management was terrible. There were Multiple days that I went home crying because of the way I was treated. I was trained by multiple different people who said to do things differently which led to even more stress. If something is working out perfect, management comes in and changes it. I would definitely suggest to stay as far away as possible. They also played favorites a lot which led to people quitting. High turnover rate.
Worker (Current Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – July 17, 2018
Recover health has an amazing mission but they really wont back it. They pay very poor, seem to only care about making money. If only the management was better and seemed to actually back what they say
Scheduler (Former Employee) – Sioux City, IA – July 17, 2018
At the time of my employment the company was going through a relocation. It was a very small business. A company audit took place within 3 months of my employment. Following the audit, staff were let go, including myself and 2 others out of an office of approx. 10 people. A reason was never given.
Homemaker (Former Employee) – Saint Cloud, MN – July 17, 2018
You can choose your hours for the most part and the clients. The other staff there is super friendly. Not stressful and most of the work is pretty easy. You do not interact with management much. The hardest part is growing attached to clients. The most enjoyable part is also the clients.
Registered Nurse/Case Manager (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 – July 8, 2018
I enjoyed the patients that I worked with and the nursing staff. Management was always expecting you to put in 12-14 hr days and only get paid for 8. You were expected to take on heavy case loads as a manager and still work hourly cases that could be 2 hours away from your home.