Comment – March 20, 2016
Get another job if you can. I got 2 raises in almost 10 years there. Good pay, good benefits yet you might as well become a CNA and make more money because that is what you will be doing most of the time. They are supposed to be independent as possible yet most staff will be more than happy to do everything for them to reduce the struggle which makes it more difficult for the staff that have experience and are doing what they are supposed to do. There's no competition as far as money, experienced or not, you all get the same and they will hire anyone off the street. High turnover, burnout because of management being poor or inexperienced and not trained properly. don't expect praise or incentives, there is nothing but you knowing you did a good job. If this is what you want, apply.