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What would you suggest Visiting Angels management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Be truthful on what assisgnmets invole. Dont send people in the assignment unaware assuming the caregiver can handle every situation. More heads up.Better pay rate.

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Let the caregivers know if there is a change in the schedule or a client canceled! So the caregiver doesn’t have to call the office and find out why. Also, don’t talk bad about other caregivers infront of a new one and a client very unprofessional!

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A good start would to issue more than one scrub top to your caregivers especially since I was told it is required unless the client expressed otherwise. I worked Monday thru Friday 7am- 3pm, and I only had one scrub top that I had to wash everyday. Also, I ended up leaving because I found a much smaller, local company that was willing to pay me $2 more an hour, so upping your pay would also be a good idea, but I give kuddos to the fact that I never felt like I was mistreated and management always addressed my concerns.

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Start treating your angels like VALUED members of the staff, after all we do way more for the community than you do. It’s us going house to house, client to client with no rest while you sit in the office on your butts doing absolutely nothing from opening to closing. At the very least when someone calls out, be understanding of them and don’t berate them. For the love of god please stop texting from all those different numbers. I have about 20 visiting angels numbers saved in my phone already.

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Provide better pay and mileage. I'm sure much mileage is used up plus wear and tear on your car

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They should keep count of your mileage instead of the caregivers. The same way they keep count of your hours. They hope you calculate wrong so they won't have pay you.why won't they add the total together coming and going. Any miles under 30 miles you dont get pay. But you can't add coming and going together.

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Proper information and location and needs for client. . So error will not occur.

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You have to pay them a livable wage, at least $14.50 p/hr.

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Don’t call the caregiver when a client changes his or hers schedule and ask why they changed it and how many days they took off, and tell them it was in the contract. And then make a snide comment about why it happened.

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Provide Full Benefits, Give 40+ HRs steadly Without fail! Better pay like $15 to start hrly & Gas money!!!

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