Bayada Home Health Care, aided by $18.5 million in state tax breaks, this week started renovating new office space in Pennsauken, where it plans to consolidate 400 employees from support locations in six Philadelphia-area counties.

The employees are expected to start moving in June, and the privately-held company promised to create an additional 100 jobs over the next five years.

Bayada, which has offices in 22 states and four overseas countries, said it served 114,000 clients last year, up from 108,000 in 2015. It employs 20,000 field workers and 3,300 office employees nationwide.

Company founder J. Mark Baiada said last year that he planned to donate the company to a charitable foundation.