Wait Staff (Current Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – November 8, 2016
Episcopal Church Homes is an good company to work for. The residents make you feel so welcomed and they're so positive and energetic. The only problem that I really had was with my co workers. Majority were enjoyable and entertaining but some we like some 6th graders. They just don't know how to mind their business and continue to do their own work. They're to focused and worried about what others are doing and not minding their own business. Management isn't so bad there either. It's just sometimes they could use some improvements.
Resident Care Assistant/Dental Hygienist (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – September 3, 2015
The Episcopal Home has a dental suite where I see patients one day a week. They are forward thinking to realize how oral care impacts resident's overall quality of life. They encourage my ideas and give me freedom to do what I see as best. I have a lovely CNA to assist me who helps a great deal.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – April 27, 2013
Here i learned the difference in residents illness, between longterm and short term residents. The co-workers was very helpful, In a crisis we pulled together to make the best way to solve any problems. It was more of a family atmosphere,We always worked together. The hardest part of my joy is to see a resident past away and try to comfortthe family the best you can. Overall it was very enjoyable place to work.
CNA (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – February 8, 2013
A typical day at work would always be feeled with excitment. My job was very family oriented. We always had laughs. The management was very nice. When there was a problem they were willing to fix it or resolve it. My co-workers were very helpful, and team players. The hardest part about the job was nothing.
Assistant Director of Nursing (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 31, 2012
Great enviroment and great clinical staff. Very poor organization and communication among management, looking more for and educational director to do new hire orientation and inservices than a management position. Expectations were often unclear and support from upper management was absent.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – July 12, 2012
The typical day is routine. Management was helpful and supportive, I started my nursing career here and learned a lot. Co-worker were friendly and helpful. The most enjoyable part of the job is you really get to know you residents. I loved working here It's a great place to work,