Home Instead Senior Care

Working at Home Instead Senior Care: Company Overview and Reviews

Home Instead Senior Care
Home Instead Senior Care
3.7
4645 reviews
Home Instead Senior Care Ratings
3.7
Average rating of 4645 reviews on Indeed
3.6Work-Life Balance
2.7Pay & Benefits
2.9Job Security & Advancement
3.5Management
3.6Culture
Headquarter
Home Instead Senior Care, Walnut Tree Business Centre, Northwich Rd, Lower Stretton, Warrington WA4 4PG
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
$100M to $500M (USD)
Industry
Health Care

Popular jobs at Home Instead Senior Care

 Average SalarySalary Range
Caregiver
2362 Salaries reported
$10.98
per hour
$7.25-$18.35
Home Health Aide
446 Salaries reported
$10.93
per hour
$7.25-$17.45
Nursing Assistant
322 Salaries reported
$11.53
per hour
$7.25-$19.30
In Home Caregiver
450 Salaries reported
$11.96
per hour
$7.25-$27.20
Personal Assistant
218 Salaries reported
$11.32
per hour
$7.25-$19.40
Salary Satisfaction
45%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 3525 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at Home Instead Senior Care

2.0
Office Coordinator | Frankfort, KY | Mar 18, 2020
Home Instead
this job can be very rewarding, because working with the elderly, you gain a different perspective. i worked in the office; it didn't seem that rewarding.
2.0
Quality Assurance Analyst | West Chester, PA | Aug 24, 2019
Nest of vipers
The office is like working with a nest of vipers. You never know who is going to stab you in the back. Job security is next to nothing-at most you'll be there for 3 or 4 years as the owner likes to keep things fresh. The owner brings his personal life to the work place constantly, and is not a decent human being to work for. Altogether, a miserable place to work. Only go there if you have no other option, and then use it to get to something else.
3.0
Recruiting Coordinator | Rancho Cordova, CA | Jun 12, 2019
Busy workplace
I assisted Human Resource managers with the hiring process, including scheduling candidate interviews. I Coordinate logistics for new hire orientations and employee training sessions. I spent majority of the day interviewing potential recruits and contact those candidates personally for senior clients their families, reviewing job applications, and performing drug screen test
3.0
Staffing Coordinator | Castle Rock, CO | Nov 10, 2018
caregivers have opportunities to work as much as they want
You get to care for people and develop a relationship with them. You learn how to do individualized care for each client. You feel good about helping your clients and being supportive. Workplace culture is supportive and they do ongoing training for caregivers. The hardest part of the job is watching your clients decline or get taken to a skilled facility or pass away. The most enjoyable part of the job is to be able to help others and that feels good.
Prosfree ongoing training
Conspay
2.0
Staffing Coordinator | Texas City, TX | Jan 6, 2020
All about the money
The location based out of Brazoria county is all about the money. The clients are charged a crazy amount of money for care and the employees are paid crumbs. There's no passion in caring for these people needing someone to care for them. This Home Instead of Brazoria county and Texas City has a manager that hates to even visit the clients on occasion. The hired caregivers are not thoroughly picked either.
1.0
Caregiver | Buford, GA | May 30, 2019
Doesn’t care about the employees
This company I worked for was located in Gainesville Ga. The management inside often threatened or got upset when you couldn’t take last minute shifts. I worked for their company for two years and never called out even with sick children. One weekend I expressed my feelings for not wanting to sit with a client who was very blunt about not liking other races. I was very very uncomfortable. The manager on call told me if I didn’t show up for my shift I was fired. I have email documentation of every conversation we have had and she clearly showed she isn’t concerned about the employees just having a body to fill the seat to sit with the clients. I’ll never return to work for them again. I’d scrub toilets before I go back to them. I love my seniors and have been blessed with a better paying job and benefits.
ProsIt’s a job
ConsInstability of hours, no benefits, management is very rude
5.0
Office Assistant | Lincoln, NE | Feb 2, 2019
The pay wasn't great for the caregivers, but the work is rewarding.
The pay wasn't great for the caregivers, but the work is rewarding. You have to enjoy working with the elderly. You cannot be opinionated because they have already made their life choices. :)
5.0
Administrative Assistant | Statesville, NC | Apr 8, 2018
good company
This is a good company to work for. They work with your schedule and are willing to help you learn as much as you can about the company so that they can better prepare you for the client
4.0
Administrative Assistant | Rancho Cordova, CA | Oct 22, 2019
Very rewarding job, but you just can't make enough money.
Even when you are working as hard as you possibly can, you still can't get paid enough to make it worth it. Everyone in the admin team has more on their plate than they can handle and it's still not enough for management. Everyone really cares about you and your life, but you definitely don't get paid enough for the level of stress.
5.0
Quality Assurance Manager | Denver, CO | Oct 6, 2018
Great place to work and grow!
When I first began working at the Denver-North office, it was as a part time caregiver. Gradually, I worked my way up to full time and have had many wonderful clients to work with. This summer I was promoted to become a part of the office staff, with the ability to work from a remote location, to help prepare new caregivers for their first shifts. This company is a great place to work and grow!
Prostraining, flexibility of hours, supportive staff

Questions And Answers about Home Instead Senior Care

What is the starting pay rate ? What are the shift hours? Thanks
Asked Feb 9, 2016
$8/hr Ky. And the hours depend on when you wanna work. They will blow up your phone to offer more shifts. But,if you don't want to work certain days....learn to say no.
Answered Mar 9, 2020
8$ per hour in Mabank, Texas
Answered Feb 1, 2020
Do you have to be licensed CNA to be a caregiver ?
Asked Feb 24, 2016
No caregivers don’t need any license for such a LOW salary
Answered Aug 13, 2019
In Ft Wayne IN you do not because it’s a non medical position even though we do 90% of what a CNA does in a facility. We do not give medication etc.
Answered Jul 7, 2019
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Home Instead Senior Care a better place to work?
Asked Sep 21, 2018
I would not force CNA to compromise their liscence by doing things that are illegal
Answered Mar 25, 2020
Well for one move the office closer ,because I see a lot of people that work live in the same area that i do and it's hard to get to mandatory meeting when your working .thats because some do get the bus or be working the days it on. It be out in the streets waiting on buses in a area you don't know that well makes it uncomfortable at time .
Answered Mar 24, 2020
Does this jobs comes with any benefits like medical dental and life insurance
Asked Jun 27, 2016
In Cheyenne, Wyoming yes you have some benefits like health insurance, paid vacations.
Answered Oct 12, 2019
Nothing to offer
Answered Aug 13, 2019
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Home Instead Senior Care? What are the steps along the way?
Asked Feb 25, 2016
I applied online, received a call 2 days later with interview set up for early the next week. I interviewed on that Monday, was offered job with no set pay due to the difference in private/county/nursing home jobs differ. I attended 2 day orientation the following Monday (my choice b/c i was offered earlier orientation). started that week as well. Given a great client and pay slightly higher due to private pay. I already had my level 2 background screening, I had my current CPR, and had my insurance and drivers license handy when I interviewed. Drug screen given at office 1st day of orientation. I was informed they would do random drug screens (no problem for me). That was pretty much it. Pay is middle of month and last day. No direct deposit, you come into office to pick up checks. Given 1 shirt and offered used for a minimal cost and could purchase new additional shirts I would have to pay for.
Answered Aug 20, 2019
When I went in to ask for an application they glanced at my answers and hired me. I think they just Kaina go with their gut. I started the next evening. That is in LaCrosse Wisconsin though. I bet other locations are different.
Answered Jul 19, 2019