It is time for many Cedar Grove families to return to work. This reality has created a rising demand for senior home care as families look for safe, dedicated care options for their loved ones. The Senior Company gives families this option with its highly skilled home health aides. The well-being of seniors is The Senior Company's top priority. For this reason, caregivers that work for the company must adhere to stringent safety methods.
The Senior Company is stepping up to meet the steadily growing demand for private senior home care created by the pandemic. With long-term care facilities proving an ideal breeding ground for viruses, many families in Hackensack, New Jersey have turned to home health aides to care for their loved ones in the comfort and safety of their homes.
The Senior Company is seeking home health aides in Jersey City, New Jersey due to increasing demand and accelerated growth. The company offers an attractive compensation package that includes competitive pay, unlimited overtime pay, health insurance benefits after 90 days and schedule flexibility. Rewarding caretakers with these benefits motivates them to provide stellar care to seniors.
The Senior Company views its caregivers as critical for providing world-class care to seniors. For this reason, the company continues to invest in its employees with flexible schedules, higher pay than industry standards and stringent safety measures.
Due to rapid growth and increasing demand for homecare services, The Senior Company is seeking certified nursing assistants (CNAs) in New Jersey. The company offers an attractive compensation package that includes competitive pay, unlimited overtime pay, health insurance benefits after 90 days and schedule flexibility. Rewarding CNAs with these benefits allows The Senior Company to provide world-class care by hiring the best home health aides in the business.
The Senior Company is sending about 150 caregivers into 18 beleaguered skilled nursing facilities in New Jersey. The home care company has been helping overburdened, understaffed senior housing facilities during the pandemic by deploying their highly experienced home health aides to help solve staffing shortages. In April, approximately 70 of their caregivers filled these gaps. Now, the company is stepping up to provide even more help by more than doubling that number to about 150 to meet the rising demand.
The Senior Company is providing its caregivers to hard-hit New Jersey long-term care facilities that desperately need the staffing help. These caregivers are fully-licensed nurses who are qualified to administer a large variety of services to seniors. The company has sent about 70 of their home health aides into large facilities.
The Senior Company is easing staffing shortages at New Jersey senior facilities by continuing to provide caregivers during the pandemic. The company has sent about 70 of their home health aides into large facilities.
The Senior Company is sending desperately needed caretakers into nursing homes in New Jersey that have transformed areas of their facilities into units dedicated to the care of those affected by the pandemic. Driven by a passion to continue serving the community, the company has deployed a number of its caretakers to these units. Patients who are recovering are isolated while they receive the gold standard of care.
Driven by the desire to ensure they can meet the staffing needs of homecare patients, The Senior Company gives employees incentives that improve employee retention and motivate them to deliver world-class care to clients.