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Frequently asked questions

 
  •  What is Rewarding Work?

Rewarding Work, a web-based service located at www.RewardingWork.org, is designed to assist older Vermonters and residents with disabilities of all ages, their families, and parents of children with disabilities to access a comprehensive database of paid caregivers.

  •   How much does access to www.RewardingWork.org cost?

This service is ALWAYS FREE for Vermonters!

If you are an employer, you will need to enter the Vermont Access Code (113884) at the time you register.  The code will provide you with a free “subscription” to the website. Once your employer account is set up (this takes less than 5 minutes), you are ready to go! It is that simple!

If you are looking to become a paid caregiver, complete your application on Rewarding Work and you are ready to apply to jobs on the Job Board and to post your application if you would like employers to contact you!

  •   Why would I want this service?

As an employer, it allows you to find the support you need in your community. There will soon be hundreds of people completing applications on Rewarding Work in Vermont who are looking to become paid caregivers. They have the skills to assist you in living independently or to provide the services needed by your loved one. Rewarding Work gives you choice and control to find and hire the people you would like to work with.

  •   How does it work?

Rewarding Work helps employers to access a wide group of potential paid caregivers. It helps to connect people looking for assistance with individuals who are looking for employment opportunities. With a simple click of a mouse, individuals can find the match that best meets their needs.

  •   How do I login?

After you register, you will receive a password by email. The first time you use the password you will be asked to change it. You will need to use your username (email address) and password each time you login to your account. You can view the Rewarding Work website without logging into the website but to contact potential employees or employers or to post a job, you have to have an account and you have to be logged in to your account.

  •   How do I get started using Rewarding Work?

Employers need to create an employer account. Click here to create an employer account.

Employees need to create a work application. Click here to create an employee (paid caregiver) application.

  •  Wait! This site is supposed to be free. Why is it directing me to pay for a subscription?

Rewarding Work is ALWAYS FREE for Vermonters. If you are seeing a page that asks you to pay for your subscription, all you need to do is enter the Vermont access code 113884.

  •  What if I need help using Rewarding Work?

Email to info@RewardingWork.org.

Call 1-866-212-9675.

If you prefer additional help screening and hiring candidates, call Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) at 1-802-229-0501 or toll-free at 1-800-639-1522. Click here for additional information.

(NOTE: State funded programs including: Developmental Disabilities Services, Children’s Personal Care Services, the Attendant Services Program, the Traumatic Brain Injury program, or Choices for Care [which also includes Flexible Choices and Moderate Needs] require that employers/employees complete the ARIS employee enrollment packet (including background checks) prior to services being provided. ARIS is the Fiscal Agent contracted by the State of Vermont. Employers submit the employee timesheets to ARIS. ARIS provides the payment to employees via direct deposit or check and completes all payroll function for the employer.  ARIS Solutions is NOT the employer. The paid caregiver is employed by the individual receiving services or by a surrogate employer chosen by the person receiving services.)

 

 

 

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