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

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Caregivers work hard to make clients happy and see to their needs. Caregivers deserve better pay. And a raise from time to time would be nice. Also, pair caregivers and clients that are compatible. Do not put a caregiver not experienced with dementia or diabetic care and expect them to give adequate care.

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Have my trust in the caregivers .. don't put your caregivers on a dry spell like a punishment don't lie on your caregivers either I work for them for 4 months did a very good job for them my son got put in ICU and they turn it into something really bad I'm so glad I had another job lined up.. I really cared for my clients

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I wouldn't hire them !! They tell there employees to leave there clients in attend!! If your a employees and you call them to send someone for a family emergency they will say I will call you back then they do and when they can't find someone they just tell you it's ok to go when they ate suppose to come out with they can't find anyone and still charge the family . ..then when caught they will make it look like there employees..to save themselves !!

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Pay caregivers more money per hour and medical benefits would be a world of help.

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Do not lie to the care givers about hours and clients. If you don't have clients or enough hours, tell the truth.

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Consider paying your hands on elder Care workers more. Some of your hourly wages are not even minimum wage.
I've worked in this field for 25 years and I love my work but could never live on that pay scale.

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Pay your CNAs/HHAs more money. Let us work more than 20 hrs a week. Have clearer communication. Respect is a 2 way street!

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There also needs to be a better understanding of what the Client needs from the Caregiver.

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People should be given at least 40 hours, if requested. I’m quite sure that they had more than enough Clients to go around.

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The salary for CNAs in CT is very low for the amount of work and expertise that is required.
There definitely needs to be a salary adjustment for a CNA/ HHA/ PCA.

The starting rate should be 16.00/hour with a yearly increase.

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