Written by Director of Business Development (Former Employee) from Texas on December 13, 2018
Typical day for a DBD begins at 7am with calls from case managers from assigned hospitals. Followed by morning meeting that end around 11am. Calls to current referral sources and to get updates on hospitalized patients. Upper level management seems to be very disconnected from what truly is going on in the market place. Workplace morale at facilities - more... is very low and employees don't feel ownership in the success of the company. Hardest part of the job is that Senior Care has a horrible on-boarding process. They literally throw you into territory and you learn as you go or by making mistakes. - less
What do employees say about Senior Care Centers's culture and work-life balance?
Fun and energetic environment
Written by Program Aid (Former Employee) from Vineland, NJ on June 9, 2018
I loved The paitents at senior care they are loving and you build a relationship with every one of them working there i dont feel like the compensate the way they should but i still loved my paitents and job regardless