24/7. They lie to you in the interview and say on call is monthly. What they don't tell you is that there are no other employees because they all quit and no new prospects to hire so ur forced to be on call or lose ur job.
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