Mission: Our mission is to provide superior quality care wherever our patients call home.
Top CEOs: 2018 (#61)
Our staff are so excited about Adam's big achievement as a #TopCEO! See what they had to say in the video below :) http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQpU5
We’re thrilled to announce that based on employee feedback, Adam Nielsen has been rated one of the Top CEOs of 2018! Thanks to our incredible Great Lakes Caring Angels for making this possible!
Great Lakes Caring understands that the value and quality of our care relies upon the ability and satisfaction of our employees. We prioritize patient care and employee satisfaction. Our core values underscore the foundation of our culture, and every employee embraces and is committed to our company's focus and mission.
Superheroes breakfast in our Jackson, Mich. branch
Warsaw, Ind. staff supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Celebrating National Popcorn Day in our Chicago, Ill. branch
Great Lakes Caring has received many national, regional and local awards, including Fortune Magazine's Best Workplaces in Health Care, For Women and For Millennials.
To view a full list of Great Lakes Caring's awards, visit our website.
Delivering superior quality health care is one of the main contributors to our phenomenal organizational success – and all of our employees play a key role in that care. Our employees’ actions enhance our ability to grow to serve those in need and provide the ability to reinvest in resources for our patients. This also means reinvesting resources in our staff:
Great Lakes Caring is committed to providing the right care at the right time in the right place to ensure we deliver a value-based health care solution.
I have been working at Great Lakes Caring full-time (More than 3 years)
great hour, decent pay, family-based company
there really wasnt any cons
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Great Lakes Caring (Jackson, MI) in July 2017.
When I applied for the position, a recruiter called me within just a few days. He conducted an initial phone interview and provided more information on the position and Great Lakes Caring. We corresponded via phone and email a few more times during the week and the recruiter was very courteous and professional, responding quickly and thoroughly to any questions I had. By the end of that first week, I had already been scheduled for a second interview.
The following week I interviewed with the department manager at the corporate headquarters. From the minute I walked in the door, I was impressed by how friendly and efficient everyone was. The interview was comfortable, conversational and definitely solidified my desire to work for Great Lakes Caring. By the end of the second week I was offered the position.
I was ready to negotiate but their initial offer was better than what I had planned to ask for.