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How do employees review their experience at Self-Employed?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with Self-Employed as 4.3 out of 5. Self-Employed earns the highest marks for Manager Relationship with a score of 4.4 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Fair Pay, giving it 3.4 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that Self-Employed, with scores of 4.1 and 4.1 respectively, should have higher overall employee satisfaction and lower rates of turnover. Learn More

Self-Employed Reviews

Q: What is it like working at Self-Employed?

Live-In Caregiver in Frankfort:
"Very fulfilling, but a lot of heavy lifting."
Pros: Ability to feel at home in a place of empl
Cons: Long hours and no raises

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in San Antonio:
"Independent Marriage and Family Therapist."
Pros: I get to help people change lives.
Cons: Isolation from other providers.

Attorney / Lawyer in Santa Monica:
"Independent, high stress, high rewards."
Pros: High rewards, comradery.
Cons: Constant Pressure.

Housekeeper in Modesto:
"Its frustrating."
Pros: I get to work alone, I enjoy being able to help others and I build great relationships with my clients.
Cons: I get taken advantage of when I'm played...I don't get paid what I'm worth or no matter how good of job I do or how many hours I work I dont get compensated. I don't get paid extra for doing carpets, windows. Laundry services, cooking or pet care.

Carpenter in North Charleston:
"It's hard to get ahead."
Pros: Nothing.
Cons: Home owns.

Maid or Housekeeping Cleaner in Honolulu:
"If you are a business owner you can create a passive income."
Pros: You make the rules, call the shots, are your own boss. If you think outside the box, you can triple your income.
Cons: Your own bad habits hurt your income, work satisfaction, & overall productivity.

Small Business Owner / Operator in Cedar Rapids:
"Very busy and satisfying."
Pros: Working with my family. Making people at the events happy.
Cons: It is extremely busy and takes much time away from my family. It's very stressful.

Personal Trainer in San Francisco:
"Flexibility but no benefits."
Pros: Flexible time, setting the hours to provide training. Great variety and new problems to solve daily. Rewarding in customer service.
Cons: No paid time off, no retirement plan prearranged. When time off is taken it is a double negative of not working and paying expenses. Only so many hours in the day to work.

Personal Caregiver in Fort Worth:
"See the Smiles on the patients faces and family."
Pros: Seeing family and their love ones happy and that I do care about their loved one..i am a happy person and can make the family laugh and smile on the way I work..
Cons: Seeing that we don't live for ever.......and the patient gets worse and we know where it goes from there and it hard on the family..I want my patient to remember how it is living now and wonderful place where we are going and make the family comfortable when the time comes..

Personal / Home Care Aide in Syracuse:
"Under paid private home care."
Pros: The elderly man is very nice and easy to take care of.
Cons: He needs have the right equipment for his care.

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