The staff is really friendly and nice. They will work with you if you need to rearrange your hours for dr. appointments etc. The only issue I have with them is they need to give raises occasionally. The pay is not that great for what you have to do and how far you drive.
I have been working at Home Instead Senior Care part-time (More than 3 years) You can accept only the shifts you can fit into your schedule. There is a lot of work available once the snow birds arrive so you might get a lot of calls. They like to recognize exceptional caregivers so if you fall into that category be prepared for a lot of praise. The office staff is nice. The receptionist is friendly and makes you feel at home.
Home Instead Senior Care has been a RetirementJobs.com Certified Age Friendly Employer since 2007.
I have a total of 50 years experience and I am Healthy and Active.
Home Instead at the location I work is very age friendly. The owner of the franchise and the managers are all over 55 so they realize that life experience is valuable. I am very happy working for them..
I have always been treated with respect by Home Instead.
The location I work for is very age friendly as long as you can meet the physical demands of the job, such as protecting clients who may be a fall risk, etc.
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