Good place to work for but not enough hours provided to work.
Certified Nurse Assistant (Former Employee) – Chantilly, Virginia – February 19, 2015
Rescare is a good place to work because of the flexibility. They do not provide set hours. It is a great job to work if you are in school and need prn work hours or part time. It is not so good to work for them when you need guarantee 8 hours a day or set work schedules.
DSP (Direct Support Professional) (Former Employee) – Newton, KS – December 12, 2017
This place is a joke alot of red flags they dont respect the new employees as well as the people served they dont keep up on the books i feel the state needs to do a check without notice cause alot of neglect goes on and they maintenance man like to go around spreding rumores that are not true and talk bad on people to other staff
Direct Support Professional (DSP) (Former Employee) – Forest City, NC – December 12, 2017
I loved working at ResCare the people were great. I couldn't do the hours they were under staffed at the time. I would recommend this job to anyone that has the free time to spare the consumer were great to be around.
Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – Salem, VA – December 11, 2017
Nice place to work if you want to be stuck in a dead-end job. They do not give raises and there really isn't job growth for some positions. Management was ok for the most part but no one really takes responsibility for when things mess up.
Brain injury (Former Employee) – San Marcos, TX – December 10, 2017
The people who work here are either students or are waiting it out until retirement. It's a grouchy bunch with plenty of petty immaturity to pass around. If you are wanting to be taken seriously, don't waste your time.
Direct Support Professional (Former Employee) – Abingdon, VA – December 9, 2017
I loved working here. Mostly everyone was nice. I got along great with the people I was working with and miss everyone there. I learned more about how to take care of people and their needs and how to give medicine properly.
Home Health Care (Former Employee) – California – December 7, 2017
Provided routine individualized healthcare such as changing bandages and dressing wounds, and applying topical medications to the elderly, or persons with disabilities at the patients home or in a care facility. Monitored or reported changes in health status
Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – December 7, 2017
I had to get my CPR certification to do this job. I also need to be trained because i was not qualified to do this job. I was a personal care assistant also known as a PCA. The management team was awesome and worked with me. The families you get to meet are interesting. And the people you get to help are amazing.
had to drive my own car and didn't get paid mileage until AFTER 20 miles
It is a poorly managed place of work, the majority of the workers in management don't care about the workers or people they care for
Technician (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – December 6, 2017
Not a top place to work for, the state need to do pop up inspections. And the main office and all residents home. Check everything. The way I was trained in Georgia. When it comes to doing a top job of taking care of the workers and residents. Georgia is top.