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Staff (Former Employee) – Plainfield, IN – August 17, 2016
Would not be a bad company to work for, IF they actually understood or cared about the plight of an employee. Give all employees 3 month and then an annual review and raise. Cardon does not do 3 month reviews, so if you're worth anything after 3 months, you will not be recognized for it. After a year, you will have to nag for the annual review, and when you get it, and you are worth it, you will get an insufferable 1.5% raise. That is, not almost, a smack in the face. This practice creates an unusually high high turnover rate for a nursing home, not to mention it will sour an employee that has to care for fragile residents.
Management was once walking around with books on effective management practices to deal with the extremely high turnover, so obviously they are compensated way more than the floor employees, because they are oblivious on why no one stays there for more than an average 4 months.
Residents are sweet, building nice
High turnover and everything that arises from that, poor upper management, pay will not change more than 30 cents on the hour once you are locked into your starting wage