IMPORTANT Payroll Update
For the payroll May 26, 2020 and June 8, 2020 all staff will receive a 3 week pay unless paperwork has not been submitted as required. This will result in a shorter payroll processing. The May 26th pay will be for April 19-May 9 and the June 8th pay will be for May 10-30th. The June 22, 2020 payroll will be for May 31- June 13th and will continue to be every 2 weeks after that. If you have any question please call.
If paperwork is not turned in by 12pm Mondays it will delay your pay. If you do not do the EVV process as required or call if you cannot or forget to do the EVV correctly you may not be paid for that time as we cannot process it without the accurate EVV information.
Client Status Changes
You must notify the office of any changes to your client's health or any changes in their home environment that may affect their health and welfare. It is very important that we are kept informed so that we can work with them, their doctor, and with you on any changes in their care.
Staff should be taking the temperature of the client at the start of their shirt. Report any temperatures above 100 degrees.
If a client reports that they are being tested for Covid 19 you must report to the office- this is a Health Dept regulation.
Flu & Coronavirus
As always Universal Precautions are the best defense. Wear your gloves when providing personal care and doing laundry. Wash your hands upon arriving and before leaving the client's home and throughout the day. If you cannot wash with soap and water, use hand sanitizer. A face mask is necessary at this time. Report flu symptoms to the office immediately (fever, chills, cough, body aches, headache, congestion, runny nose, fatigue). Do not go to a client's home with any symptoms, contact the office.
If any clients test positive for any virus you will be notified of the appropriate actions that are being taken.
All staff should take their temperature before going to work -do not go to work if you have a temp above 100 degrees.
If you are tested for Covid 19 you must report the date and reason to the office immediately per Health Department regulations for all health care workers.
Staff should continue to wear masks thru the month of June.
If you encounter a demonstration/protest/riot when enroute to a client's home, please do not put yourself at risk. Get to a safe area and call the office.