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Generations Log in information:
Agency ID: TLCN6564
Email: Your email address
Password: Last Name First Initial and Year of Birth
Employee Example: Your Name is Jame Smith. Born in 1950.
Your email address is email@example.com
Example to Log In to Generations:
Agency ID: TLCN6564
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Below is an image of what the Caregiver sees when logged into Generations.
Caregivers can also see a list of Available Shifts.
Caregivers can click “Map” on the Schedule to review the location of their visits and directions for that day in Google Maps.
If you click on the name of the Client and the Plan of Care will open.
Caregivers can be given permission to both add notes about their Client to Generations as well as read recent Visit Notes written by others regarding the Client. Any notes added by the Caregiver appear in both the Client’s and Caregiver’s file under Notes.
When a Caregiver signs in to view their Schedules in Generations, they also have the ability to indicate that Tasks were completed. They place a check mark in the box to indicate that a Task was completed. Note that the Caregiver can only update Tasks three days into the past; they cannot mark Tasks into the future or beyond three days.
APP FOR CAREGIVERS
The Generations app is available for download from the iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon App stores. The app has similar functionality as the mobile websites; only the method of accessing is different. Clients, Caregivers, and office staff can all use the app. You log in with your Agency ID, email address, and password. The app follows security rules established in Company Settings Security and Web Portal.
Note Regarding Devices: The app is designed to work with current technology. If you have an older model of a device that is no longer supported by the manufacturer, the app may not work for you. For example, if you have an older model of a Kindle Fire, the app would not appear in search results.
Get the app: Search for the app via search terms “Generations Homecare System” or “Integrated Database Systems,” or click the banner to get the app for your device.
Tap the app, enter your agency ID, your email address, and your password. Then click Login and the Home Page opens.
After you successfully login the home page is displayed.
This shows information for each shift that the Caregiver is scheduled for on that day.
If you look Today’s Schedule and see the message ‘You have no schedules available” tap the Monthly View button. Days in green indicate a visit is scheduled; tap to see details.
Tap here to see shifts that need a caregiver. Contact your agency for more information about any shift.
Your agency may use this area to contact you via messaging regarding upcoming trainings, available shifts, company events, etc. Tap OK to acknowledge that you have seen the message.
The preferences allow caregivers to unsubscribe to daily schedule reminders, and change the language setting of the app.
Notifications allow the agency to quickly alert you. For example, an agency might alert you to winter driving conditions or about available shifts. Place a check mark in “resolved” to indicate that you have read the notification.
Great Pay Package. Best in the Industry!
Medical / Dental / Vision Insurance after 90 days of working at least 30 hours a week.!
Great Referral Bonus! Earn $500 for every new employee referral.
401K with Employer match
24/7 access to a Nurse to support you in caring for your clients.
Paid Time Off.
Various money-saving discounts from National and Local retailers and service providers
Group Aflac Insurance for Short Term Disability & other policies.
Continuing Education available through TLC Academy
Discount at Retailers: Verizon, Sprint, Sears Automotive, Tire Whearhouse, City Tire, Midas of South Burlington, & many more.
A TLC Employee will accumulate vacation and sick time as follows:
Pay is calculated at the base pay rate for each employee. Once the 1200 hours are reached, the employee may opt to use their paid time off in any of the following ways:
Vacation time is not pro-rated, i.e., the employee cannot work 800 hours and request 15 hours of vacation – employee must reach 1200 hours in order to receive any paid time off.
Here are how it works… You refer potential employee and…
*Employee must work regularly – at least 4 shifts per month
Timesheet MUST be faxed to the office no later than 9:00a.m. Monday morning. Please fax the Timesheet to (877) 867-9432 *Payroll will be delayed by two weeks if the timesheet is received after the deadline. There will be a $35 payroll processing fee for delayed timesheets
Yes, you do. The application process for most states is fairly simple and straightforward – you can easily search for and find the information for a particular state online.
We pay weekly, every Friday, or via direct deposit. Our pay period runs Sunday through Saturday, so anything after midnight on a Saturday overnight shift would fall onto the following pay period’s check.
We do provide housing (or a housing allowance if you prefer to do that yourself), and the housing is private. If a particular assignment included housing, which would need to be shared with another traveler, we would inform you ahead of time so that you can consider that in your decision-making process.
We have three offices throughout Vermont and one office in New Hampshire. However, we do have travel assignments throughout the country.
The type of facility we work with primarily is Long Term Care facilities. We also work with correctional facilities, hospitals, and clinics.
We pay our travelers as much as we can and all of them are paid the same for the same position. This ensures that everyone is being compensated fairly, consistently, and competitively.
Of course! You are our employee, even if the nature of the assignment doesn’t afford us with the opportunity to see one another regularly. You can reach out to your recruiter or the relevant department when needed. You can reach us by phone, email, or even come into our office if it’s something you’d like to address in person.
You can extend for another 13 weeks! If the facility you’re currently working at no longer has a need for additional staffing support, we can arrange for a contract elsewhere. You can extend your contracts back-to-back if you’d like to take some time to return home before starting the additional contract, you can do that as well.
You bet! Make sure we know who this friend is and you’ll get a referral bonus.