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30+ days ago

Payroll Specialist

Addus HomeCare Downers Grove, IL

• Data entry of payroll data from the salaried worksheets as received from the branches… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Human Resources Manager

Addus HomeCare Downers Grove, IL

for this position include: • Provide direction, guidance and support to the regional, branch and Support Center managers in the effective… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Physical Therapist & Speech Therapist Per Diem

Addus HomeCare Dover, DE

We are looking for talented Physical Therapists and Speech Therapists to work on a Per Diem basis in and around the Dover area. As an Addus Per Diem… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Service Coordinator - Home Care Services

Addus HomeCare Smyrna, GA

At Addus HomeCare, we believe that our employees are our greatest asset! We currently have an opening for a Service Coordinator in our Smyrna, GA… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

LPN, Part-time - Home Care Services

Addus HomeCare Lafayette, IN

• Promote our positive image in the community as the leading home care… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Director of Nursing

Addus HomeCare Dover, DE

We are seeking a full-time Director of Nursing to work for our Home Care branches in Dover and Wilmington. This is a great opportunity for someone… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Registered Nurse, Per Diem

Addus HomeCare Dover, DE

• Promote our positive image in the community as the leading home care… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Service Coordinator

Addus HomeCare Chicago, IL +3 locations

At Addus HomeCare, we believe that our employees are our greatest asset! We currently have an opening for a Service Coordinator in our Chicago South… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

RN & LPN - Part-time - Home Care Services

Addus HomeCare Kalispell, MT

• Promote our positive image in the community as the leading home care… Glassdoor


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Addus Healthcare President and CEO Mark S. Heaney
Mark S. Heaney
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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    For a public company, the lack of resources (and understanding) is astounding (In-Home care business).

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Agency Director
    Current Employee - Agency Director

    I have been working at Addus Healthcare full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Addus is truly for those who wish to "help" those in need of care.

    Cons

    This is much more of a quota driven sales job than one would be led to believe. Unfortuantely, the company does not offer any formalized sales training and the branches are left to figure out the market on their own with general tips and advice from Chicago HQ, where the presence and mechanisms are much different. A C-Level leader explained to a group of agency directors (during orientation) that "there was no place to go from this job"; a disheartening statement, at BEST. Salary, matches this sad expectation, and the workload placed on the branches (given the sales goals) is unrealistic. In addition, the benefits package leaves a lot to be desired and the medical benefit is very expensive (which is somewhat ironic). The organization, although (recently) public, operates like a "Mom & Pop" entity. If you are a "professional", I would look elsewhere to advance your career; be it in healthcare or otherwise.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The founder of the company is no longer the best person to run this company. You are a smaller entitity versus your competitors (Gentiva and Amedysis) and given that you are a public entity now, you have to start behaving like one (i.e. Strategic market planning, resource development and more of a formalized approach to your hires at the regional director level and above). If you wish to become more of a sales driven company, then start training the individuals that will be on the front line selling and making business calls. To anyone with some savvy, it appears as though the CEO was looking to "get rich" by taking the company public (before it was ready) and is now just trying to figure out how to maintain this wealth until it is time for him to step down, thus leaving him in the pseudo position of many a multi-millionaire or billionaire before him.

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    Disapproves of CEO