Salaried and expected to answer 24/7... company refuses to allow any work life balance... mandated on call frequently for unrealistic areas and pays only $2 an hour
You can work as such as you want...60..70..80..90..hrs a week...house manager 24/7 absolutely no life...pay Sucks...just don't do it...
When you sign on at ViaQuest, they own you 24/7. Or at least they think they do. If you're a program manager, the expectation from above is that you have zero life and your supervisors do not care. In my brief time as a PM before I walked away I truly never had a day off. If you're direct-care staff, expect to be bombarded daily with requests to work every day of the week. They'll work you 16 hours a day every day if you want it.
Around the clock.
Answered - RN Clinical Director of Hospice (Current Employee) - Monongahela, PA
Work hours are 8:30-5. On Call once or twice a month. Weekend staff employed. One holiday/year on call. Expect to be notified frequently via phone after work hours.
Working hours are not ok. They tell you 9-5 but really want you available 24/7 on call but don't tell you that upfront.
Answered - Scheduling Coordinator (Former Employee) - Woodlawn, OH
Hours are great. Employees will know what hours they will be expected to work before accepting a position here. For office positions, the hours are generally around 9AM-5PM. For staff in the field, they have the opportunity to create their own schedules and it is very flexible with school. Allows for a good work/ life balance.
Hours are terrible and you cant plan anything personal Don;,,
Answered - JOB DEVELOPER/JOB COACH (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH