Good overall benefit package, no complaints seems above industry standard. At least I think so.
They do offer benefits and 401K and overtime only if you work full time. It's okay. Nothing to brag about
All the standard benefits plus a 401k which my last place didn't have.
Health Insurance is nice, you can get 401k even if you are part time. Either on par or better than other companies across the board.
There was no 401 K, the health insurance was really bad, PTO is awful, 6.5 days, they're so short staffed taking a sick day or to do something with/for your kids was really difficult.
Health Insurance, Vision, Dental, 401K, Paid Time Off, Vacation
Definitely better than other home health agencies I've worked for.
Insurance benefits are about average. Pay for field staff is better than most companies,but office staff pay is deplorable. Pay incentives are offered,but never given. Yearly employee reviews are spotty at best,and cost of living raises just don't exist.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.