Laundry Aide (Former Employee) – Greenwood, IN – May 9, 2017
Worked as a laundry aide. Loved the actual work and the residents however it was low pay, bad management and to see the residents ignored I couldn't take. Always short handed, constantly asked to work your days off. I tried several times to talk to the executive director who would tell me to come back at a certain time and when I would he would be gone. Constant drama.
Getting to know the residents
Management, low pay, unfair treatment, high volume turn around
Facility Support (Current Employee) – Indiana – May 23, 2017
ASC offers so many opportunities for advancement in both nursing and non-nursing roles. Growing our own and rewarding employees who care for the residents is a company wide goal. ASC offers tuition reimbursement for those currently working for us, Immediate Tuition Reimbursement for nurses who come to work for us as their first nursing position following graduation and the ONE Program (program for nominated staff to receive their LPN and RN at no cost!). Focus on employee retention is a driving force in the facilities! Staff appreciation events and the ASC Care cupboard are just a few! We want to reward those who care so much for the residents! This is focused on from the Home Office to facilities. ASC also offers competitive wages and shift differentials! I have been employed at ASC for the last 9 years and am proud to be part of this company!
Human Resources Manager of Therapy (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, Indiana – May 18, 2017
Great place to work! Great management and many benefits/perks! I have had advancement opportunities and learned so much from my supervisors. They are willing to offer free training opportunities and tuition reimbursement!
Benefits, Advancement Opportunities, Training, Pleasant Environment
Caring place to work with a lot of room for growth!
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 17, 2017
Great company to work for. They are very education driven and will help you if you want to further your healthcare career. They always have fun things for the staff. Whether it's getting a food truck to come by for lunch, have a dress up day, having a bake sale to raise money for Alzheimer's, or celebrating whatever random holiday it is with food and fun, they are always showing the staff appreciation. They take the care of their residents very seriously and are always striving to do more and be better. Management works on the floor when short staffed, so that other staff doesn't get too burnt out. They are always trying to help each other out.
Lots of opportunities for growth and education assistance!!
Regional Recruiter (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 17, 2017
I have worked for ASC for almost 3 years and even though the company has high expectations, they also provide so much assistance with education! Every facility will nominate 4 employees (2 for the LPN program and 2 LPNs for the RN program) to interview for a spot in the O2ne program. If they are accepted, their whole tuition is paid for, books and fees, they help out with daycare costs and the employee works 30 hours but paid for the full 40 hour work week! The company has numerous times put employees through the LPN program and later placed them in the RN program. The employees don't have to pay anything back either! ASC just wants to help grow their employees to be the best they can be!!!! The company prefers to promote internally, so the rate of moving up is faster than other companies. Pay is great! Lots of facilities raising rates! Many facilities with 4 and 5 star ratings!
opportunities for advancement, promoting education and pay
you will work hard! But I would prefer to surround myself with like minded, hardworking individuals!
HR Coordinator (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 17, 2017
I love our stable and strong ASC is. There is so much room for growth and advancement! The most enjoyable part about my job is working with individuals that push me to be the very best I can at my job.
Clinical Education Coordinator (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 16, 2017
Buildings will do anything for you if you prove yourself to them as a reliable great worker! They constantly cater food in! You can get IMMEDIATE tuition reimbursement, cell phone discount, great shift differentials, and tons of room for growth in management!
CNA (Current Employee) – New Castle, IN – May 3, 2017
Would not recommend this company to anyone!!! If you want to be treated like dog poo by your bosses them this is the job for you. If you want to work for a company that threatens to fire you when you miss one day then this is the job for you
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Bedford, IN – May 1, 2017
Promises will be made to get you in the door but, don't expect it to happen. Management spends more time hiding the problems then fixing them. Break laws at every turn, then blame employees when caught. Don't risk your license or certification for them. They will not support you.
Lack of structure, lack of compassion, they hire anyone!
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 26, 2017
It takes a boss to be a boss. Some of these buildings are in bad shape cause of management which is where it all begins. Some of these administrators and D.O.N's are literally jokes. Some bosses are only book smart and dont know how to set structure in reality
Some people are allowed to do no call no shows, be late, call in and keep their jobs. Management helps protect rude, lazy people. It's sad considering they let good staff go over calling in. They also decide to go by the book when convenient for them, but make up rules as well.
I had been previously employed by this company and was rehire able and was going back to school and was close to my home...I am a patient centered nurse...this is not about patients... it is about money.
Dont come here if you dont want to work 7 days a week
RN (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – April 3, 2017
You are handed a title like "manager" but that is only a way to force more work and require people to do more than one job. There are no perks for working hard and doing a good job. "Managers" are required to do their job and also to work as floor nurses whenever there are shortages---which is every weekend, nights and 2nd shift. Then, some of those managers are made to feel bad if they cannot cover shifts and do not want to be in the facility 7 days a week.
Staff shortages, favortism, poor compensation and the insurance sucks
Rehab and memory care unit manager (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 11, 2017
Great company to get initial experience with. They will re-enforce time management, delegation of duties, taking responsibility for your actions, team work etc. Great pay, moderate to low on the benefits, but as a starter position 8/10. There is always room to grow in this company! Highly recommended. I owe a lot to this company and the people I worked with/for.
Regulations make skilled nursing work more and more challenging
Executive Director (Current Employee) – Indiana – February 6, 2017
Increasingly demanding and challenging to fulfill regulation requirements with the current millennial workforce. Customer Service is at the forefront of daily activities. Management support stretched thin with the current staff challenges.