I really did enjoy some aspects of my job. A couple of the elderly clients I worked with, I loved dearly. The stories they told about their younger lives, were so full of knowledge and experiences. However, I did more driving than the pay was worth. I couldn't even keep gas in my car on what I was making...let alone support my family at all. Some false allegations from a client led to my dismissal, but I was never contacted by the company when that decision came down. No phone calls, no emails, not even a text message. I spent three weeks "suspended" trying to get a phone call or email answered to find out their "decision" on the investigation. It took another 2.5-3 weeks to get a separation notice after I had to request one. This is just poor business practices on their part. Communication is key!
flexible schedule, learning about life from elderly clients
low pay, poor communication with employees, not enough hours