crap

Fincastle, VA

#21 Nov 9, 2011
Most of the issues are the employees not doing their jobs. Makes it harded for thoese of us who do. The boss doesn't do anything about it. Makes me want to go leave on welfare like the rest of the state.
ashlee

New York, NY

#22 Nov 10, 2011
If you want to do that kind of work, call rescare.
lololol

Cyclone, WV

#23 Nov 10, 2011
Rescare isn't much better. You have to be an " insider " and be a frauder to get by there.
ashlee

New York, NY

#24 Nov 10, 2011
What do you mean"frauder"? What would you have to do?
Wow

Cyclone, WV

#25 Nov 20, 2011
Did all of PAIS current and former employess know that ???? >>>>>>> > AMY THOMPSON the Beckley Clinical directer was in jail recently ????
employee

Boynton Beach, FL

#26 Nov 20, 2011
Wow wrote:
Did all of PAIS current and former employess know that ???? >>>>>>> > AMY THOMPSON the Beckley Clinical directer was in jail recently ????
For what? Do tell. She was fired I heard.
former

United States

#27 Nov 23, 2011
Run, fast.
rescare employee

Rockville, MD

#28 Nov 23, 2011
Id suggest rescare honestly, if you get lucky you will like your job. Most of the clients aren't so bad but there's a few who are. Its a decent job.
budweiser

Princeton, WV

#29 Dec 11, 2011
contact the labor board they cant do that you can sue their ass for that they have to pay you what they owe you
Dedicated

Lubbock, TX

#30 Jan 28, 2012
Wellk with any job there is good and bad, In the economy these days, I would work at Pais over a few other jobs, I have worked at Pais for a year, somedays it blows somedays its great, Pay could be better, but beats mim wage, and the staff is a reflection of Management. There has been alot of people come and go but the dedicated and willing stay.... Its a Job and unlike most people im not going to quite cause everything isnt smooth sailing. Its a Great Starter Job I would suggest it to anyone who is in desperaste need for a job, rather than sitting on your ass waiting for the Perfect job
Level 5

Since: Jan 12

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#31 Jan 28, 2012
the owner, Dale Rice, knows it's a tough economy, and makes it a NIGHTMARE for his employees.

I'm not one to talk a bunch of unfounded truth. I know for a fact that I'm not going back no matter how tough it gets out here.

Stay far away from the curse.
freckles

Charleston, WV

#32 Jan 29, 2012
Intellectus Maximus wrote:
the owner, Dale Rice, knows it's a tough economy, and makes it a NIGHTMARE for his employees.

I'm not one to talk a bunch of unfounded truth. I know for a fact that I'm not going back no matter how tough it gets out here.

Stay far away from the curse.
I have heard many people tell me nightmare stories:

Not being paid for travel
Not being paid period
Being told you couldnt leave after a 12 hour shift.
Being fired for asking questions
No training at all

How would he get away with this? Does no one go to the labor board?

Does no one wonder why he can't keep employees? Especially ones that manage?
Level 5

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#33 Jan 29, 2012
freckles wrote:
<quoted text>
I have heard many people tell me nightmare stories:
Not being paid for travel
Not being paid period
Being told you couldnt leave after a 12 hour shift.
Being fired for asking questions
No training at all
How would he get away with this? Does no one go to the labor board?
Does no one wonder why he can't keep employees? Especially ones that manage?
For instance, one of his tactics for maximizing his own income is making the managing positions "rotating door" jobs. No one can stand to keep them (they are on-call 24 hrs whivh is very, VERY high stress, and if something happens even if it's not your fault, you get cussed at and belittled), and if they do try to hang in there, they get canned. Keeping the positions open lets him get away with meeting state regulations, because he's "trying to fill the positions".

I'm not making this up: he is literally at least 1 hour late for every interview he does, because he wants to see how much crap you'll put up with up front.

When he comes to office meetings, everybody scrambles, whispering/yelling "he's here!"

He knows his ways around the laws, and apparently is meeting regulations. He's worked in the field for a long time, and knows his way around the laws. Apparently, it's legal to cuss and yell at your direct subordinates?

I had a high-ranking position in the company. Everyone was miserable that was involved. Especially me. Can you imagine being on call 24 hours a day, so that you can be yelled at at any hour. No sense of peace, just so you can make a paycheck? No more.
freckles

Charleston, WV

#34 Jan 29, 2012
Intellectus Maximus wrote:
<quoted text>For instance, one of his tactics for maximizing his own income is making the managing positions "rotating door" jobs. No one can stand to keep them (they are on-call 24 hrs whivh is very, VERY high stress, and if something happens even if it's not your fault, you get cussed at and belittled), and if they do try to hang in there, they get canned. Keeping the positions open lets him get away with meeting state regulations, because he's "trying to fill the positions".

I'm not making this up: he is literally at least 1 hour late for every interview he does, because he wants to see how much crap you'll put up with up front.

When he comes to office meetings, everybody scrambles, whispering/yelling "he's here!"

He knows his ways around the laws, and apparently is meeting regulations. He's worked in the field for a long time, and knows his way around the laws. Apparently, it's legal to cuss and yell at your direct subordinates?

I had a high-ranking position in the company. Everyone was miserable that was involved. Especially me. Can you imagine being on call 24 hours a day, so that you can be yelled at at any hour. No sense of peace, just so you can make a paycheck? No more.
I doubt they are in compliace with state regulations. There was a poor mentally retarded blind man who got a toilet brush shoved up his butt in PAIS care. Dale rice hires criminals, Amy Thompson was working there when she went to jail. Eventually it will catch up with them.
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lies

Newburg, MD

#36 Jan 30, 2012
I worked for PAIS for quite a while and just like every other job, I didn't like my bosses or my pay or my coworkers BUT it paid my bills. 95% of people hate their job but I never witnessed any of the stuff people are saying. If u don't like it don't apply and if u work there and hate it then quit. Business is hard and they do the vest they can. At the moment the are trying to get everything straightened out. Lol hopefully.
question

Vinton, VA

#37 Jan 30, 2012
We don't get paid overtime and we don't see our pay stubs if we have direct deposit. How is this legal?
buffyinpakersbur g

Saint Marys, WV

#38 Dec 29, 2012
I work for PAIS , and its a GREAT place to work. With every job there's bullcrap . I thoroughly enjoy my job.
lewisburg
#39 Dec 29, 2012
I worked at the pais in lewisburg, and it wasnt a bad job. It was actually quit easy. The only trouble i had was the mileage check, but i always ended up getting it. The only reason i left is i found a better paying job closer to my home. I would work there again if the opportunity came up and it was close enouph to home.
yum

Ardsley, NY

#40 Jan 1, 2013
I love pais. Apple pais pumpkin pais any kind of pais really
filling it

Tarentum, PA

#41 Feb 15, 2013
they r bad. they treat u like shit. wont let u miss . fill ns go n byt work them to death and dont appreciate them. believe me i no. i am a fill n. dont pay mileage and xpect us to run everywgere. Sick of Clenta Bond . Laura White !

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