With the shortage of Nurses and CNA's in the US. Do you know of any companies that are sponsoring the visa's to get foreign CNA's into the US? I have a very dear friend in Jamaica who is having a difficult time finding work. (her last job was a kentucky fried chicken - and I was sending her money almost every month just so she could make ends meet)She is not a Registered Nursem, but the equavalent of our standards of CNA or Home Health Care Professional.
I have heard of some companies that sponsor the CNA's or Home Health Care professionals, but do not know where to look.
Any advise or help is greatly appreciated.
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I don't like foreign aides being "brought" into the US to help. They are no help. I have worked with supposed nurses- RN's who KNOW jack crap about anything! I don't understand how management can tout this as a good thing.
Foreign aides suck. They don't read English well. Therefore they don't "understand" their assignments and they USE this handicap as an excuse for getting away with being LAZY.
They speak their own language most the time- around me, my peers, the residents. This isnt right.
They are experts at playing DUMB. Again, they use this language/culture barrier as an excuse.
They get assigned to the easiest residents because it's easier for everyone involved.
They spend inordinate amounts of time on breaks- yacking on their cells, smoking and other things.
I could go on and on.