Venture Forthe, Inc Pay & Benefits reviews
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Great place to work with schedule flexibility. Openings almost always take as much as you can or little as you can. It's all up to you if you do the work they'll give you the hours. Only problem is may not always be openings during time durations that we need for our disruptive covid schedules of school half days and such. Overall a wonderful company with a system that works.
Not always hours at time durations you need
You can kind of create your own schedule and managers are really nice and helpful. You can pick your own clients and you get to learn a lot from the people you meet.
Feel good for helping others, good pay, flexible
I don't think there's any benefits
Keep hiring new aids but have no shifts available. Says they’re flexible but aren’t. You get treated like garbage. Left at 16-24 hr shifts. Your job is to take care of a human but barely make enough money to support yourself, even if you manage to find a 40 hr work week. Refuses to help employees with anything. And again they have no shifts available but keep hiring people. And you don’t get benefits until a year in. Trust me you don’t want to work here. Btw the shifts are really usually 7-3 1st shift 3-11 2nd shift 11-7 3rd shift. The shifts are rarely different and when they are they’re only a couple hours difference.
Nothing. You get compensated for nothing.
Abuse from clients, abuse from scheduling, promises you flexibility, but can’t even find you shifts.
Much of the job is done remotely from home. Assessments and follow up care is required in home. The employees are amazing and helpful. The hardest part of my job is keeping up with email chains. Immediate responses are expected but they pull my focus from the task I'm working on and slow me down overall. The best part of my job is that I know I'm actually making a difference in the clients lives while still having one of my own.
Work life balance. Working from home much of the time.
Benefits are too much to afford.
Nepotism is so strong in this company unless you are related to an owner and their are a lot of relatives, you have no chance to advance. New thoughts and input are not welcomed.
It's a job, you get paid, most people are nice
Nepotism, favoritism, high turn over rate, poor benefits, poor pay
Venture forthe is an Awesome company, I don’t regret working with them at all. Staff is very respectful and hours are great. one thing I dislike is hourly pay! I feel That we’re (venture forthe employee’s) are getting paid less than we should .
Good company , good location variety and benefits, respectful employees, respectful management, very good at making people feel included, very flexible
This company hires everyone who takes their free pca course. So that being said there are a lot of people who just take this job because its reliable money. A lot of people dont care, however the nurses and office staff are very friendly. However if you make plans for when you're out of work dont bet on it. People will call off when it's time to leave, and you have to stay until they find someone. This
Will pay good money for last minute shifts. Always shifts to take
No room for advancement! Being mandated for non 24/7 clients!
I worked for Venture Forthe for over a year I was constantly being mandated to stay up to 16 hours a day with very little extra compensation, They are very difficult to get a steady work schedule and I don’t like the fact that you are not in control of your job. I had a few clients that left the company and I was out of a job twice because I had no clients to fit my schedule I definitely do not recommend working for Venture Forthe
Long hours, severely underpaid, horrific communication, clients that require high level of care, no paid time off, $1.00 for holiday pay, all around a bad company to work for!
Per diem assessments provide flexibility for work/life balance. There are no benefits, but thankfully I don't need them at this point. Staff and management are great to work with. They point out they like to promote from within; since I work remotely, I don't get to see this in action, but I believe them based on experience with staff.
The technology isn't glitchy from my experience. A big plus.
Current parking lot is too small.
The positions are what you make of them. If you enjoy helping others and that’s what you want to do then the position will be all you want and more. Its easy to submit notes and they give you more than enough training and time to learn the position and do the work appropriately. My only complaint would be the pay is minimum wage. But let’s be realistic, you can be a PCA without a college education. If you want more money, go to college and be a nurse.
Residents, nice schedulers, work around your schedule
Would not reccomend to others a lot of in house problems and miscommunication. Employees not dependable and they expect a ton of work for very little pay. Would Really not reccomend
Make own hours
Employees not dependable and management isnt either