There are two things that really set apart the top performers in our system. One is the ability to lead, manage, and hold accountable the members of their staff, The other skill is the real desire to be the employer of choice in the community.
Working for Bright Star Care: The CNA Perspective - BrightStarCare
I'd be a bright star for about a year and a half, I assist the clients with their daily activities that can range from bathing personal hygiene, taking their pulses temperatures and blood pressures, getting them off for exercise, preparing meals, cleaning around the house and things of that nature with what we do as a city. What the kitchen with now is I go in and I get them ready in the morning, we eat breakfast and I do occupational physical therapy with them, they keep inaudible coffee.
What did I like about Bright Star? First of all, I see Shelley on Undercover Boss, and I'm a fan that runs to cover boss, in her story as to how she got into the business and needing someone to take care of her loved ones. I felt that she has the compassion for this line of work as I do, I put myself and everyone's shoes, and try to do the best I can to make them comfortable as possible, the best part of working a bracer is the staff I can call in, and if I can't make something or if I need a day off I can get a day off.
When I come to the office everybody who comes in and welcomes me and is excited to see me, it's just such a family orientated place to come into, I feel like I'm working with the family on a daily basis, and the education that bright star provides for its employees I think that it's very great, because it helps you learn each diagnose much better, whichever the diagnosis the client may have.
I find that bright star is more in tune and more in touch, not like that other agency, not only Shelly the CEO of the company but the nurses and the staff staffers that I deal with on a daily basis, their compassion what they have enough over the clients, and being able to fit that caregiver with that particular client, the tag-line making more possible, means to make more possible things happen to other people. For the other on the other end of the spectrum that we're giving the care to, maybe give them more possibilities, maybe by us being there helping them out can allow them to do more, or even the families can do more for us being there for them trusting us, and being able to know that we're taking good care, they found that they can go out shopping, they can go out and do stuff that they normally were able to do, so we are able to make Morgan's possible for not just the patient but the families as well. More to me is giving more than I got and then some my passion is being able to help people.
I'm a cancer survivor, myself having cancer and being in my line of the field, I know how important it is to keep a person's spirits up, we found it's a great company to work for a lot of the people, that I have recommended are very good. They're very compassionate people, very caring people, and they know they would work very well here, but a lot of them have also had newborns and little young kids, and it's so easy for them to work on your schedule, a bright star and bright star really looks after their employees, and they have that wonderful love and care that they don't only give to their clients, but they give to their employees as well.