Monitor Worker (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – February 26, 2018
I really learned a lot and enjoyed helping and transportation the elderly and handicapped. It was a learning experience. Did not know that there was so much to know about the mentally changed. but now I know a lot of the signs to look for.
being with people who appreciated what u did for them
there were times when you ran into a really difficult person but you were trained how to handle them
CORPORATE CONTROLLER (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – June 26, 2018
We care was a poorly run corporation which provided school bussing, medical transportation vans, limo service and luxury trip busses. The company had severe cash flow difficulties and eventually declared bankruptcy after I left.
Non-Emergency medical Transportation driver (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – January 26, 2018
We care Transportation has a flawed method of pay, instead of paying by mileage, they pay hourly based on average off and on the road times, and would mess up pay often, regardless of paperwork. Their dispatch was poor, some of the dispatchers were overworked, others were lazy and did not put any effort into every drivers needs, and picked favorites. They did not properly review client information when creating schedules, and when confronted on it, would make excuses or try to pass the blame on the client or the insurance. They would overwork employees, constantly double book drivers and expect unrealistic pickup times and would not allow drivers, such as myself, time to rest. Would often schedule well over 12 hour days. Drivers would get home at 12 to 1 am, and be expected for a pickup at 3 am or earlier. Causing severe sleep deprivation, which is severely damaging to the health and well being of drivers. Dispatchers were often poorly informed and educated on basic navigation. All in all, we care is an awful, poorly managed company who does not care about the we being of clients or employees.
Driver (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – January 10, 2018
You be the judge...they don't like to pay you for the time you are actually there. You will sit around for 5 hrs waiting to go on a run and not be paid while waiting there but your not allowed to go home in between runs.
Driver (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – February 27, 2016
The biggest reason I left WE CARE was because of working a split shift. The people I worked with were all nice people. Again the hardest part of the job was loading and unloading wheelchair clients. My supervisor was a great person. My typical day was doing and morning and afternoon route.
Store Clerk (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – February 17, 2015
A typical day at work meant preparing coffee, making cookies and selling lunch/ breakfast foods. It was very easy and very enjoyable. The hardest part was dealing with rude customers and faulty equipment.