Prestige Inhome Care
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13 questions about working at Prestige Inhome Care
None. If you phone them up to tell them you are running late say 5 - 10 minutes due to traffic caused by an accident they dock your pay.
Answered 16 January 2018
Neat casual for PCAs
Answered 16 January 2018
They don't pay casual staff for kilometres. I believe they pay part time and full time staff kilometres that are unable to reject shifts due to being contracted to set hours
Answered 15 June 2021
Toxic. If you have a conversation with one CSO expect everyone in the office to know about it and for it to be put on your permanent record.
Answered 19 May 2021
The company is focused on maximizingsales revenue than providing quality care.
Answered 19 May 2021
1. They pay is low and they only pay you night rates after 10 pm 2. They don't for your time or KMs in between clients which is being the norm for this industry3. Poor communication between management and rostering staff. It's annoying to have multiple staff members call you up repeatedly when you've already stated you are not available especially if the calls start at 5 am4. They rarely pay for staff training and when they do it's because the training is affiliated with one of their industry partners5. No career progression or opportunity to build new skills when they put you into a "program" which means you work exclusively for one client
Answered 19 December 2020
No. They will call you up and ask you to work even if you stated you are unavailable.
Answered 7 April 2020
After stating to one CSO you are not available to fill a last minute shift and another staff member calls you up to ask you to fill the exact same shift and then again until you stop taking their calls
Answered 6 March 2020
Dealing with the disorganisation from the office. Just a shambles honestly.
Answered 22 February 2022
Depends on the clients Prestige in-home care doesn't seem to inform them of what staff can and can't do which often makes your day more challenging because they've been over promised at your expense to retain a client
Answered 1 January 2022
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