Category: Employee Questions
Category: Employee Questions
What type of training do your PCAs receive?
PCAs receive the majority of their training at orientation. The orientation session covers the following: A review and check of all required employment forms (if needed). Information on Charm Home Care and its policies. Training on completing timesheets and an explanation on signatures and fraud. An annual In-service Test and Mandated Reporter Test. Training on
Do you have direct deposit?
Yes. Charm Home Care can direct deposit paychecks to a PCA’s checking account, savings account, or money card. For checking accounts, simply complete our Direct Deposit Form and attached a voided check (deposit slips do not have the correct numbers). Savings accounts and money cards require a bank statement showing the routing number and account
When do I get paid if my timesheets are late?
Time-sheets are due every other Monday. Any late time-sheets will be processed the next pay period. If time-sheets are only a day late, we try to process them for the current pay period, but no guarantees.
How do I turn my timesheets in?
You may turn your time-sheets in via fax (612-500-4277) or by handing them in at our office location. We currently do not accept time-sheet submissions over the internet.
How do timesheets work?
Each day, Charm Home Care’s PCAs use timesheets to record the hours they’ve worked and the cares they’ve provided to their client. Each timesheet covers a seven (7) day work period: starts Thursday and ends the following Wednesday. PCAs will turn in two timesheets each pay period per client. If a PCA works for more than one
What are your pay periods?
Employees are paid every two weeks. One “work week” is from Thursday to Wednesday. A paycheck is comprised of two work weeks. Paychecks should be received by the Wednesday following the Wednesday of the second work week. Our home page displays information for the current pay period. Click here for a complete pay schedule.
What do I have to do to transfer to Charm Home Care?
PCAs transfer with clients to our agency all the time. If a PCA has other clients with another agency and wishes to continue working with those clients, that PCA can simply work for both agencies. He/she just needs to sign-up to work with our agency for his/her client that is transferring. PCAs that work for
How do I get started as a PCA?
To get started as a PCA, please read about Charm Home Care’s Personal Care Assistants. Then go through and understand our PCA Job Description to make sure you are willing and able to meet all of our requirements and qualifications. If you are, follow the steps of our Application Process. [Briefly, this process includes filling out an Application Packet and receiving
Do I need experience to work for your company?
Charm Home Care. hires PCAs with or without previous experience. PCAs with no prior experience receive training on basic health care, emergency practices, mandated reporting, bloodborne pathogens, and universal precautions, as well as specific training based on the needs of their clients. The Qualified Professional provides the PCA training and observes the PCAs in a working environment in order