CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – April 12, 2017
Management make fun and careless of people health needs or family needs. Management would lie to get staff. Also overlooked the hard workers. You will get wrote up for something weeks or months later. Very inconsiderate of job complaints. They don't consider doctor excuses as excused absences.
Pay is pretty ok.
Staff feel superior if they have been there a while, make fun or talk about peoples health issues, management only care about they own personal lives and not the staff, they make the schedule 3 months in advance, Cant use sick time or personal time until 6 months after working.
Overall friendly atmosphere and good place to work
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Saline, MI – July 26, 2016
Not a bad place to work, the hours are decent, the pay is fairly competitive. You rotate holidays and weekends so everyone gets a chance to enjoy their holidays and be with there families. There are always extra hours available and many opportunities for overtime.
workload can be heavy and sometimes you get no breaks
Housekeeper/Laundry (Former Employee) – Saline, MI – September 14, 2015
Got along with everyone I worked with everyone was very nice and helpful if I had any questions . They treat there employees fairly good they have a really big turn over and cant seem to keep employees.
Licensed Practical Nurse /Unit Nurse Manager (Current Employee) – Saline, MI – May 8, 2015
Work involves caring for patients on a daily basis, doing assessments, giving medications, helping with ADL's. I have also worked in management and was in charge of the employees, contacting doctors, and dealing with family members.
CNA (Current Employee) – Saline – January 14, 2015
This is a very good facility, however the pay rate and benefits are not competitive at all. This is a place that depending on WHO you are will determine a lot. Some call in 2x a week every week, others get fired for 1/2 as many call in, really ridiculous.
Many, wonderful co workers who truly care about the residents.
Management, there is so many, you don't even know who your supervisor is....and they really don't care about employees.
LPN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Saline, MI – January 5, 2015
Enjoyed my time working here. One of the best skilled nursing and rehab facilities I have ever worked at. For the most part, everyone worked together. Residents and patients are great. When staffed, there was a low nurse to patient ratio. Staff cared about residents and facility was clean. Also have a cafe that employees may eat at.
Teamwork, better cna's than most facilities, low nurse to patient ratio
home health care aide (Former Employee) – Saline, Michigan – January 5, 2015
Much time wasted between shifts. Co-workers are okay but can slack off sometimes. The hardest part of the job is the waiting between shifts and sometimes the distance. The most enjoyable part of the job is the pleasure of servicing your clients and making a difference in their day. They truly depend on you.
lack of concern for employees, its all about the money, poor communication
A deep hole of bullying and mobbing which management does little about. The care is sub standard they treat residents like they are kenneling animals . A few good aides there but soon will be bullied out by emotionally unfit employees.
I gave above standard care and love to my residents
nursing assistant (Current Employee) – saline mi – October 16, 2013
The most enjoyable part of my day is helping and taking care of my residents. I help them get up in the morning, get them to breakfast and assist them with their adls. I also help my nurse with anything he or she may need help with. I have amazing co-workers who I learn from everyday. The hardest part of my job is that I feel like I could always do more and not being able to. Trying to be in ten places at once, which is hard. Luckily we work as a team and I always have help if I need it.
good co workers, work around family schedule
short staffed some days and greater chance to get sick