This facility went through many changes of ownership, but the same problems persisted: poor management, little to no care about the residents, poor treatment of staff, and overall unprofessional atmosphere.
Managers rarely wanted the input of lower level staff and made them feel as if they were unimportant to the facility operations. They liked to look and feel important, but not get involved in the daily tasks or help out their departments. Corporate was a joke, only giving power to those with no idea how to use or manage authority.
CNAs were grossly underpaid and overall facility raises were 2% - I didn't even get an entire dollar raise after being there three years and being responsible for 3-4 different roles. They'd spend a few thousand dollars a month to give out cookies and donuts in the community to "market", but threw a fit if the activity department went over their $150/month budget and RARELY spent anything on the employees unless they felt obligated.
This place was a joke - run far and fast.
Friendly staff, residents, fulfilling job
Management, nepotism, terrible benefits, low wages