LPN (Former Employee) – Cape May Courthouse, NJ – July 12, 2014
Very poor management; lack of communication. very demanding and grueling work environment without much thanks, or even appreciation. No time to take a break. Impossible work load. I wish someone had warned me beforehand.
Little appreciation for staff. Management is allowed to be hostile and to retaliate against any who speak out. They withhold annual review increases indefinitely. Not fair, decent, equitable or just. But all the while spouting that they are!
Health Services Administrator (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 1, 2017
There is a slight level of disorganization that exists all the way up the chain. I think the company grew faster than what they are able to truly control. If you like unexpected, daily challenges that require you to roll with the punches and get things done, this is the place for you. It is far from boring.
Stay away from this company if you are interviewing for anything related to accounting. There is not adequate documentation over anything and employees routinely work over 50 hours (50 is actually a light week). They are also very quick to let people go without reason or notice. There are better companies to work for in accounting than this one.
Work life balance non-existent. You can work hard and still be let go.
Health Services Administrator (Current Employee) – La Grange, KY – October 5, 2016
This is a rapidly growing company with lots of room for advancement. The work environment is less stressful than a routine floor nurse in a hospital environment. There are busy times and excitement, but it is more low key. The job provides lots of autonomy for nurses who are able to triage and treat based on protocols. The working atmosphere is collegial and friendly. We go on team outings often to promote bonding. Management is open to listen and supportive. Staff are recognized for a job well done. The hardest part of the job is when a coworker calls in and you have to work short, but management pitches in and helps. The best part of the job is the autonomy and relationship with coworkers.
Employee recognition for a job well done
Small staff so call ins can increase the work load
RN (Former Employee) – KSR, La Grange KY – March 30, 2015
Ratio on weekend in infirmary? 60:1 Management will say 60:2 but the other nurse in largely unavailable. And that also describes the spin management puts on things. CCS La Grange is dangerously under-staffed, and no clinical training (except for CPR) is provided. Your RN co-worker may not have any knowledge of acute adult interventions. There is often only 1 CNA on this unit, and they do REQUIRE RNs TO WORK AS CNAs. Only about 4 hydraulic beds rise on the unit, the rest are 24 inches from the ground. Inmates are under-medicated for their pain, even as they die. Supplies routinely run short. In addition to your nursing duties, you'll be expected to change out oxygen tanks (6-10 per shift), restraint checks, Q 1-2 hours turns on total care (nursing home level), admits, out-patient discharges, measured wound assessments, and of course your actual assigned work.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 1, 2014
This was an enjoyable job in a fast-paced working environment. The majority of the staff is helpful and supportive. The management, while good at their jobs, were lacking in communication skills. Policy changes and expectations were not clearly communicated across the separate facilities within the organization.
This is a wonderful company with good ethics, morals, and administration. I had many opportunities to learn outside of the scope of my job description and embraced them wholeheartedly. This is a great like-minded company.