Typical day was driving to take care of clients, doing CNA work, NA work and APCA work. VERY underpaid. No mileage paid either. I learned a little, but not a lot. Management doesn't communicate as much as needed. The workplace, when you had to go to the office, was a light atmosphere, so that was a good thing.
Hardest part was getting management to not play favorites and get you some hours. Finding out someone else had 50 hours, and you have less than 20 was awful.
Most enjoyable part was the clients/patients. They were a joy!
Pay is low, no real benefits, no vacation days or paid holidays and not much communication