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Im happy to put all the experience that i have and im confident to tell about me who are willing to interview me and do the best part of kind of work and i can manage without supervision.
free transportation and extra fare
No raises. Had to threaten labor laws to get reasonable regular time off. Management not good or respectful. Yearly reviews and raises are ignored and put off. Pay rate different from person to person and you are threatened with termination if you talk to a co-worker about your pay rate Can't trust co-workers. Cheep
you do get paid
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I worked for caregivers for 3 years . They were a great company . Easy to get along with. Nice people . Very helpful when you needed anything. I will return in the future. I would suggest caregivers to anyone who is seeking employment in the homecare field.
Merting new clients .and new friends
Coving to many hours.
Was an excellent place to work. It never felt like a job, it always felts like you were rewarded every day and worked next to family and not just co-workers.
Flexible when it came to balancing home/work life
Management don't care about their employees or the clients. They just care about the dollar bill. They are not concerned about their employees safety and the type of work you are thrown into is very dangerous at times. The pay is alright for around this area but It is not something you would want a career in.
Clients become 2nd family, with nape
Long hours, poor management, poor scheduling.
Caregivers used to be a one of the best company to work with but not anymore. scheduling is so stressful. One week you get so much hours next week nothing. Some time you have to travel a lot only for few hours. Very hard to communicate with staff in the office and that’s makes job hard. Only thing I like about this job is my patient and my work.
My patients they are good people
I enjoyed my clients very much and felt I was making a difference in their lives. Unfortunately due to staffing shortages, there was always not enough time to do the job in the way I would have liked.
because it is homecare there is no back up.
Typical day would include working in a typically abusive environment while being paid just above minimum wage for the same work that LPN's do. I learned a lot about caring for people. Also, I learned how many different types of medical equipment works. Management was poor. Scheduling was awful. Consistent issues with being underpaid due to clerical issues. Hardest part of my job; there were a few things. The absolute hardest part of my job was getting close to clients and losing them to whatever ailment they were suffering from. Another difficult aspect was experiencing the stress of family members in the same household. However, the most enjoyable part of my job was knowing that I was being a positive influence on the clients lives. Just seeing that laugh and have a good time made it all feel worthwhile. Clients have always been a positive aspect of this type of work.
Learning new things and meeting great people.
Bad hours, low pay, poor management
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