Current and former employees report that Comfort Keepers provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“For all on the job training it is on the internet which means you do not have to travel into the office unless there's a special event that you need to and you get paid for all of your trainings”
“The girls in office were always nice and flexible which the schedule. That is the main reason I stayed as long as I did.”
“You will be promised things, like insurance and benefits. While they will offer something to you ,it won't be in the 90 days that your told when hired. It will be the lowest coverage possible ( minimum basic affordable care act minimum. You can go to doctor once a year, seriously, will let you pay a little over 30 per two weeks for you to go to doctor once a year. This is what I was offered in Ohio after working 70+ hours per week. At the end of working 5 months of 70+ hours PER WEEK for them I was finally offered insurance. No 90 days for them, you get it when they get around to offering it. Refused to tell me policy of company, and if they had told me all the times I kept asking for insurance, that they would be offering barest of minimum, I could have gone to market place. Now the concern of comfort Keepers is I should just come sign these papers cause you know they need to show that offered me insurance months after they should have. But wait it gets better. , I get some good old TERM life insurance, really term life, best you can do ?? Really?? ”
401k is a good thing
Increased pay scale by $2
I know nothing about health insurance or the 401K but most definitely you get time off paid time off and you can put in for vacation time and whatever paid time off you have you can use as your vacation
There were fantastic benefits at Comfort Keepers! They were super helpful with all questions.
PTO is a max of 40 hours, no matter how long you’ve been there. No sick days. No paid holidays.
Paid time off, flexibility with schedule
There are no benefits for part-time employees.
The pay is too low to make ends meet but I love the clients. They need to pay more.
pricey catastrophic health insurance. Not enough paid time off
No benefits if you do not work at least 30 hours