BAYADA Home Health Care goes to great lengths to show our employees they are our greatest asset. When you’re a valued and highly respected member of our dynamic and caring team, it’s a pretty simple equation. We’ll recognize and reward you for setting and maintaining the highest standards of safety and care in home health services.
It doesn't offer much PTO for part time employees. Some times part time employees work harder than full time employees. A part time employee who is consistent and and dependable should be recognized.
They offered everything from financial aid to 401k.
You get bay ad a bucks but they want you to order from their catalog and if you don't they will give u amazon gift card and a few other the downside of taking the gift cards is they don't give you what its worth example bayada bucks is $25 but trade it for amazon now you get $10 excuse me where is that fair I obviously got this due to my good work so give me other $15.....insurance is very expensive and not good.....vacation time should be done different you have to work 2000 hours to get 25 hours of paid vacation which is not fair jobs end then they sometimes have no work
Many little perks for even PRN help. Bonus, "Bayada bucks" for helping in a pinch,
I wish we had a separate vacation/sick days
Accrue PTO each week. Excellent choices for Health/Vision Dental Plans. Numerous perks for employees.
No benefits for Per diem employees, but this is not unusual
Health insurance premiums are too expensive
“Bayada Bucks” are not an insulting incentive for OT, they are something to get excited over! The healthcare options are poor. The paid time off is a low standard but their scheduling flexibility makes up for it. Small gifts of employee appreciation are frequent.
You have to work 2000 hours to earn 40 hours of PTO. No matter what, your insurance will increase by $20/week for less coverage at a min every year (that’s over $1000 increase yearly). They match 35% of 4% into your 401K, which is a fancy way of saying my match just over 1%. You will never get a pay increase. I haven’t in 12 years.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.