Attentive Home Care is a home care agency located in Marion, MA. We recently sat down with their top recruiter, Alecia to learn about their caregiver jobs and get the skinny on what they offer. Below is a summary of our interview.
How many caregivers do you currently employ and what roles are you hiring for right now (i.e. caregiver jobs, CNA jobs, home health aide jobs)?
Attentive Home Care – Marion, MA employs 250-500 employees and is currently hiring caregivers, certified nursing assistants (CNAs), and home health aides (HHAs).
How many positions do you have open and what shifts are available?
Attentive Home Care – Marion, MA is actively looking to hire great candidates. With 10-15 open positions, Immediate full-time, part-time, day shift, and night shift opportunities are available.
Tell us about some of the benefits offered to your team members.
Attentive Home Care – Marion, MA offers an array of benefits including competitive pay rates, Additional $2per hour bonus through June 2022, Medical Dental Disability, 401K, vacation accrual, paid sick time, mileage (client to client) – increased due to high gas cost, paid travel time (client to client), and employee referral bonuses.
What is unique about working for your company? Describe a benefit or something about your culture that someone may not know from reading your job ads.
“Our philosophy is to take great care of our aides so that you will take great care of our clients. We offer competitive wages, paid time off, paid training, weekly pay, flexible schedules to meet your needs.“
What qualities do you look for in hiring a great employee?
“Dependability Patience Compassion Self-directing Trustworthiness Attentiveness.”
Describe any training or career path opportunities you may offer, including if you’d like to recruit people without past experience that want to learn to care for others.
“Once employed you will have 24 hour access to our online training portal to refresh your skills or learn new skills. Free HHA training options available to qualifying employees.”
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