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  1. "Good great to staff to work with ."

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    Current Employee - Restorative Coordinator in Philadelphia, PA
    Current Employee - Restorative Coordinator in Philadelphia, PA

    Pros

    Friendly staff beautiful place to work. In over time get all the hours you want. Management works well to adjust schedule.

    Cons

    Pay could be higher for amount of work assigned. More staff is always needed. Scheduling of employee could be a lot better.


  2. "Dietary aide"

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    Former Employee - Dietary Aide in Philadelphia, PA
    Former Employee - Dietary Aide in Philadelphia, PA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I worked at Deer Meadows Home Health part-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    It's nice to make some of the residents smile, gives you experience in high stress situations, the hours are good for someone in school.

    Cons

    minimal assistance for the amount of work that you do, little pay, low hours, residents can be difficult, hours may not be good for someone that is out of school.

    Advice to Management

    Work on bettering the service for the residents.

  3. "Looking for a miracle worker!!"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Philadelphia, PA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Philadelphia, PA
    Doesn't Recommend

    Pros

    Friendly staff, engaging work, welcoming atmosphere, good cause. As a young start-up company, there are a lot of opportunities to create a job and make it your own.

    Cons

    Oh my, too many to list. First and foremost, the senior management (parent company) has unreasonable expectations -- they're looking for a miracle worker! There is fierce competition in the industry and there is NOTHING that stands out to make this start-up one physicians would want to refer their patients to. Nothing differentiates this company.

    Advice to Management

    Keep your politics and your personal stories to yourself. CARE more about others than yourself. You cannot build a company on a weak foundation ... take the time to build relationships. And please, new hires are not like shoes you try on and wear to the prom, and then return for a refund when they start to pinch or cause you to blister.