Refer a Friend – $250 times TWO!


Posted on September 24th, by Mark Winter in Caregiver Careers, Family Caregivers, OUR Caregivers. No Comments

Refer a Friend – $250 times TWO!

We’re extremely busy… and are seeking to add outstanding new Caregivers to our Team!  Thus, we’re bringing back our popular “$250 Times Two Referral Bonus” program!

Our Caregivers are like Family!

HIRED HANDS is extremely proud of our diverse, professional care team.  For over 27 years, we have focused steadfastly on being the BEST homecare provider in our Communities.  We are
honored to have many Caregivers that have worked with us for ten, Fifteen, and even TWENTY Years!

 

Growing to Serve our Community.

While we continue to grow, serving our community’s challenges and needs, we are seeking to ADD additional outstanding Caregivers to our Team.  Thus… we’re bringing back our popular $250 Times Two bonus.  That’s right… any current employee who refers a great new Caregiver will get a $250 bonus.  On top of that… the newly referred friend will also get a $250 bonus for joining our Team.  That’s $250 times TWOSimple qualifications apply *.

 

A rewarding career with Hired Hands Homecare provides:

  • An extremely rewarding career in our nations’ fastest growing industry.
  • Paid Training and State Certification
  • Flexible Hours & Great Pay
  • OVERTIME, Paid Sick Time, Paid Vacation & Holiday pay
  • 401k & healthcare benefits
  • Working together in a Team environment helping people that appreciate you!

Newly Referred Caregivers should email Liz@HiredHandsHomecare, or Apply Online.

~To Qualify for this Bonus, the new Caregiver must interview before 10/31/21, and work 50 hours within their first SIX weeks of employment.  Bonuses paid out immediately thereafter!

 

 





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