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Listen to the employees without them you wouldn't have a building DON and administrator and supervisor cannot make you money it's the people doing the hard work at the bottom. GI has had a turnover of at least a hundred people in a year start listening to the staff and get rid of the bullies in management we're supposed to work as a team not get in trouble every time we turn around and get fired for the smallest things I used to work there I love the place the way it used to be we are no longer a family we have no say and we definitely are not paid and appreciated

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Annually, at 2% if you don't have any write ups or anything like that. Its pointless though, our cost of healthcare increases more than the raise itself. Actually, evening with my 2% raise my healthcare went up so much that I actually make less money then when I started.

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Not good, the owners seem more concerned with buying more and more instead of fixing things, why they feel they need to own facilities from one end of NY to the other plus other states shows they are only concerned about making money

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The cost of their family plan is ridiculous. I don't know how people in entry level position can even afford to take the family plan. You are just working to pay for health insurance.

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Minimum wage.

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Start at 11

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No it is not

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Yes.They pay you overtime if you go OVER 40 hours a week. You have to go over 40 if you are part time or full time. You don't get a paid lunch either so all your lunches you have to add up to see when you even get the overtime pay. They over work you.

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Long time ago, cant remember

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