The Caregivers and Clients are treated with respect and dignity.
Support from management
You may speak to the management at anytime as situations arise.
As a Caregiver you are expected to work as a team player and step up to the plate when the need arises.
Freedom to work independently
You have to work independently. However, when you need to make a decision regarding a client, you just need to ask.
The staff at ComfortKeepers do their best to communicate the needs of their client, Caregivers, and all staff.
Both men and women work for ComfortKeepers.
Attitude towards older colleagues
All colleagues are treated equally regardless of their age.
The company offers training at classes in the office.
Overall compensation for your work
You are evaluated for your work once a year and compensated accordingly.
Office / Work Environment
When you are a Caregiver you are out in the field and therefore do not interact with the office staff too frequently unless you go into the office. When calling in you get a kind and friendly greeting and receive answers to your questions.
The office staff is always kind and friendly and willing to assist you to their best ability.
You may choose to work full time or part time depending on your circumstances.
ComfortKeepers has a positive image. The company speaks fo itself through the Caregivers work and client satisfaction.
Caregivers are needed at this time. The company will work with you on your skills through training.
The office is on one floor.
All safety requirements are given at orientation as well as updated as needed and required.
You never know what to expect on a given shift.
Inclusive / Diverse
ComfortKeepers has a diverse staff and clientele.
What I like about the company
I like the concept of Caregivers giving clients the care they need in absence of family or friends.
What I dislike about the company