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AccentCare, Inc San Diego, CA

I Am AccentCare… As a LPN/LVN you will: • Provide nursing visits in accordance with the written plan of treatment signed by the physician… AccentCare, Inc

7 days ago

Registered Nurse

AccentCare, Inc San Diego, CA

• Must be currently licensed as a registered nurse in the state of agency operation. Bachelor’s degree preferred • Must possess and maintain a… AccentCare, Inc

30+ days ago

Occupational Therapist

AccentCare, Inc San Diego, CA

• Improve and restore strength, coordination, range of motion and function by providing therapeutic treatment and instruction to patients in… AccentCare, Inc

30+ days ago

Home Health Coordinator

AccentCare, Inc San Diego, CA

• Provide home health agency with complete referral information to ensure timely, appropriate care, and to enhance relationships between the agency… AccentCare, Inc

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Stephan S. Rodgers
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  • Good Company. Not enough employee development or growth available.

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    Current Employee - Training and Development Manager in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Training and Development Manager in Houston, TX

    I have been working at AccentCare full-time (more than 3 years)


    Good company with pretty good leadership. Leadership really cares about the mission of the company though most of the leadership in Texas is fairly new.


    There seems to be no investment in administrative employees. There are no type of courses where one could earn certifications offered. There are no incentives for continuing education like tuition reimbursement or partnerships with educational institutions for classes and etc. Also there is no growth available for most employees. It's a dead-end company for most. Salaries are not up to par.

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    Most major companies offer opportunities of advancement or investment in the education of their employees. This makes a company more appealing and it shows employees that you care and it's not a dead end job. An employee that works hard, yet earns less than the national median, the money/check will not suffice as proper appreciation therefore making employee retention difficult. This is most critical for young and educated employees who understand their are companies who pay more and offer advancement and education opportunities.

    Neutral Outlook

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