Pros: Staff pulls together to work as a team when short staffed
Cons: No holiday pay, bad benefits, poor management, never enough supplies to get the job done (they've literally ran out of gloves!) Management is rude, inconsiderate, Very unprofessional, lots of behaviors
They are short staffed on cna's & nurses, management is disrespectful and talk down to employees, insurance benefits are the same McDonalds & don't cover your spouce. They don't have supplies to coverthe needs of the residents, the cnas have had to wash & reuse gloves because they ran out & 3 packages were purchased from Walmart of the Mr clean gloves & staff was expected to use less to get through. Corners are cut when pt care is given, there is absolutely no improvement in the building you will never advance. Lots of favorites with staffing where certain people can pick & choose hours where they work & if they complete their work. Lots of older nurses & staff (nurses) are friendly cnas are lazy & the facility is pure chaos. The more you do for them the more they expect with no reward or thanks. 70+hours a week & its not enough. The residents are very sweet & make the facility the reason people keep working there. The only time everyone helps is when state walks through the door & be prepared to get wrote up even if your doctor takes you off work! No holiday pay either. I would NOT recommend working there or taking anyone to live there!