The motivation was the clients. Every day when I went to their home they were always happy to see me and I was happy to see them. I was sometimes the only person they saw on a regular basis. The clients had wonderful stories to tell about themselves and many times I heard the same stories over and over. I would listen to their stories and pretend I had never heard them before.
As we all know, job interviews are intensely stressful occasions. If you REALLY want the job, the stakes are also incredibly high and you might feel a slight mistake could cost you the chance at landing the job. Given the pressure, some people are tempted to fudge their accomplishments and background a bit. They figure if adding a few years of experience that they'll triumph over other candidates, and what the interviewer doesn't know won't hurt…
I loved the teamwork and the clients were awesome and the people in the office were absolutely wonderful and caring and understanding
I loved working for comfort keepers because my supervisor carefully hand chose my client to match me. They care enough about their clients to take the extra time to pick a caregiver they thought would be extra beneficial to the client. When I had any requests or needed special need they always came through and was willing to work with me if they could. I had a wondwrful boss and wonderful experience working for comfort keepers.
I kept myself motivated by having the opportunity to work with a team of individuals who put there hearts out there everyday,objective perhaps,,to care for everyone without force.I believe that in itself answers your other question.
The owner and employers took great care of me under all circumstansis. Wonderfull office
A Excellent to work you pretty much work on your own independently
Again Miscommunication but easily solved
Not enough people to cover shifts sometime it can get very tiring but that is a lot of places
None really Maybe miscommunication not very often though Great place to work part-time great supervisor and staff