As an employee of Home Instead, I can say we are very age friendly and accommodating to your other commitments when it comes to scheduling. We have a variety of employees, from students to retirees. We appreciate all of our Caregivers and know how dedicated they are to our clients.
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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