High Expectations of Management/ Low Pay/Limited Training
Employee (Current Employee) – Texas – August 19, 2017
The company culture is top heavy with lots of compensation and support exhibited at the corporate level. However, on the community level, the compensation is low, benefits are costly, no 401K offered, and little training is offered to meet the exceptions of management. There is a tendency to hire community managers with limited experience and credentials who have personal connections with the owners. These limitations effect the quality of care offered to residents and the direction in which the staff should be headed. Consequently, the company should look at making positive changes to their employee rewards system, training programs, and hiring managers who meet the leadership qualifications for senior living communities.
Wonderful residents, compassionate care-giving team.
Costly benefits, no career advancement options, limited training, top heavy company culture.