- Bayada Home Health Care, Inc.17.Aug 2019
My direct coworkers in my office are largely shallow, self-serving, and focused only on their bottom line/profit margin.
Support from management
Management only intervenes if I am going to get in the way of a billing record
Coworkers are not allowed to exchange numbers and are threatened with sanctions if they attempt to hold each other accountable rather than mandating that office staff be dragged in to every situation
Freedom to work independently
Micromanagement has driven away many coworkers and isn’t getting any better
Only feedback received is negative, usually months after the fact, and seemingly only to serve a thought out purposes rather than being genuinely about helping me improve
There is no opportunity to grow in your career if you aren’t willing to see dollars over outcomes
Overall compensation for your work
I get paid average for my position and experience
Office / Work Environment
Office winter year round and notes left not to adjust the thermostat. Meanwhile teeth are chattering
Everything goes in the trash. I was forbidden from starting a recycling program, actually.
On call 24/7 for the clients I am assigned
I am looking for a new job
The accommodations are difficult
Working conditions for fiend staff are overlooked at the desire to turn profit
I love that my position constantly pushes me to go further to create better circumstances and outcomes for both clients and field staff
Inclusive / Diverse
The African American field staff are paid less over and over again than their Caucasian counterpart
Suggestions for improvement
- See previous comments regarding ways conditions for direct care workers/field staff could be improved upon
What I like about the company
I love touching people’s lives, helping them live at home, and advocating for field staff to create better working conditions
What I dislike about the company
Field staff are not offered enough PTO time to allow for any interruption in their normal lives without exhaustive consequences to their accrued time off, they are not considered “full time” no matter how many hours/years they put in, and their benefits are too expensive to afford while only providing limited coverage. And they get a 25 cent raise per year, if anything. Less than the cost of living increase we all must face. However yearly office staff celebrations are all expenses paid and ridiculous, unthoughtful/unneeded gifts (ex. a car dash camera) are given to office staff for revenue records.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyBayada Home Health Care, Inc.
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee