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I had home instead set up to go to my grandmothers house every Friday to take her to church, buy groceries or whatever she needed and to keep her company. It seemed to be going well from the communication i had with the company and my grandmother. however, when i went...
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1.0
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  • Lazy work ethics
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When my son was released from a Physical Rehab Facility, he was given a few free house of service from Home Instead. They showed up the day he arrived home. Young lady was perfectly nice, but I had nothing for her to do and we entertained her for two hours. Next,...
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1.0
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I worked for them for 5.6 yrs. Once I refused to take care of two seniors in one home and getting paid for only one, I was let go? The franchise collected insurance from both seniors in the same household. They got double pay, I provided double care but only got paid...
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Anonymous

You get paid an hourly wage to be a companion. Why should you get paid double for two people when you are not working double the hours? It’s not like you’re providing skilled ...

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Its seems odd to me that a lot of the complaints are from disgruntled employees. Why would a website allow employees to comment on a company

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I fell at work and broke my shoulder. I drove myself home, called my supervisor. they took me to urgent care. after being examined and knowing how bad the sent me home and not to the er. my boss could have ok'ed it but didn't. They never called to see how I was or if I...
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#643938
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Oh yeah, their very compassionate, right, could of fooled me. After suing me for subpar work for $8,000.00, it turned into a $18,000.00 judgment, so far taking $4.4K out of my bank account, then levying the rest on any property I owned. These people are heartless,...
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Anonymous

No, it's still not resolved, I'm still in medical therapy and the x-rays don't look good either. Arco, is still hiding, but not for long, not after they get served.

1.0
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  • Lazy work ethics
#630157
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The caliber of people who write these reviews should tell you why the company let them go! Really take a look at yourself. This is an excellent company to work for and truly cares about its clients and CareGivers. Training is provided for every one you just have to...
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Sure, it has an "open door" policy. Anybody who is still breathing and can drive a car is welcome through their open door.Unfortunately you are going to find this same attitud...

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Anonymous

For doing nothing? Yeah, right. Keep telling yourself that.

5.0
#628792
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I was let go because of a lie they did not want to hear my side they took the side of someone because they worked in the office and they do not no how to talk to employees I would not ever tell anyone to go work there every chance I am going to bash them already took...
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copperson

They do that to caregivers. They write you up to cover the problems in the office. They make lies up on mistakes they did, and use that to fire, or to *** you off so you quit....

#621421
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All you have to look at is the remarks of these short time employees writing on here. The others claim their overly trained (when not) and are way over their head if an emergency did happen. I had to have a very delicate, complex back surgery in the line of duty in...
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Employee Training Review

I've worked for Home Instead for 3 months. I do not feel adequately trained and have asked for additional training - still waiting...
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When I worked for this company, they had me on 24 hour shifts a few days a week including weekends. I wasn't too thrilled with 24 hour shifts but I got through them. But after a month or so I got real sick and need surgery. I told my manager what was going on and all...
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Anonymous
Anonymous

Call your state employment division and report them. Also file a complaint with your state attorney general. Squeaky hinges, you know....

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Anonymous

Did you call Wage and Hour? They will send them a letter and company better pay then!

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