Care Net Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Care Net is an evangelical Christian crisis pregnancy center organization operating primarily in the United States. As an anti-abortion organization, its centers seek to persuade a person not to have an abortion. Headquartered in Northern Virginia, it is one of the nation's two largest networks of pregnancy centers (along with Heartbeat International).

Christine Gates LeGrant shared her opinion about Care Net on Facebook in October 2019:

"I completely disagree with everything they stand for. I wish I could block them. I firmly believe in a woman’s right to choose."


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Engagement Specialist (Former Employee) says

"Not a good company to work for job positions are all over the place pay is low management is horrible ..........................................//////"

Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Carenet was a very difficult company to work for,nothing was organized. I was a lot of complaining from family members. Under staffed and a lot of disagreements. I walk in say helloto the staff and make my rounds and make sure we had enough employees to cover the floor. Most of my co-workers was good employees. I can count on them to work hard to get the job done. The hardest part of the job was the director of carenet. She did not care about her employees at all. As long she did not have to work. Most enjoyable part for me was the residents,they got me through the day. Cons: no breaks"

Tele-Nurse (Former Employee) says

"True nursing assesment not utilized. I am a hands on nurse, polite manegers, never saw co-workers, not able to see patient, going home. Cons: work from home after 6 mos. meeting "quota"."

VP Marketing & Communications (Current Employee) says

"For the committed Christian, Care Net is a wonderful place to serve. Compensation is lower than you might enjoy in the general private sector, so this is a calling -- not a career choice. Management professes interest in entrepreneurial innovation, but -- being generally risk averse and more wedded to process than creativity -- doesn't reward individuality. Cons: Paternalistic, overbearing management style."

Engagement Specialist (Current Employee) says

"It's a typical day job. The management is disorganized and they contradict each other. Management can be rude and will yell out at you while on a call with a client. You have to kiss some management butt for job security"

Former Employee - Business Development Representative says

"I worked at Care Net full-time for less than a year Cons: Micromanaging, non-profit wages in an expensive area, unclear roles"