A typical day at work at my work place I would say can be a bit busy. I work in a Rehab facility so you never know what to expect or what may happen. Thats why it is important to be prepared at all times.The only thing you can do is to work as best you can to make the day smooth and still a productive one. I learned that sometimes management has their hands full and thats where I play a major role in ensuring the day goes well. The hardest part about my job is there is only one me. The most enjoyable thing about my job is the reward you get by helping others who are in need.
Love helping and working with Residents and Patients.
Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) – Pueblo, CO – May 13, 2017
This was a great company to work for, I learned a lot in the short time I was there. I wish I had known the job would be ending so soon and that a transition was going to take place. I still would have taken the position, but would have looked for work during the time there as well.
Short staffed. some sections were the hardest need spread out. No help after people were done with there own patients. No team work. It was not organized what so ever. If u had a problem and went through the steps u never got the help you need.
There wasn't any pros I can think of genesis need a lot of work
great co workers team work was great. horrible management and HR service. clients where great, loved coming to work everyday because of them. Management was rude didn't know how to talk to employees didn't show employees any respect.
Full-time/PRN Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 11, 2017
I had the best rehab managers and working environment. Great support and staff during some trying times in my life. Excellent work ethic and great team members. I had the autonomy to arrange and manage my own schedule.
Clinical Admissions Director (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – May 10, 2017
Clinical admissions director is a clinical sales position. This allowed me to still work in a healthcare setting but also excel in my sales experience, which is my passion. My regional team was very supportive and provided my the tools to succeed.
Former cna (Former Employee) – Bristol, CT – May 9, 2017
Horrible place to work everyone is all about covering their own behind and quick to throw someone under the bus to make sure they don't get in trouble staff have no cares for residents overworked understaffed nurses don't offer to help highly illegal but they find a way to cover themselves or to put blame on an innocent person and favor other employees because they are part of a clique there is only a handful of good honest staff do not take a position here they have all new management for a reason they got out because it is a poor facility
I would not recommend this job to anyone. First of all they forced me away from the front desk position because i was a guy and they only wanted females working it because it will attract more men. Secondly after being forced into sales, the pay is horrible and barely give you commissions off of over priced contracts. over worked safe and expected everyone to put in 10 plus hour days and a minimum of 6 days a week. absolutely worst company to work for. thirdly, after doing my part i eventually quit after my sales commission was being taken because they have no structure and anyone can say they contacted someone prior to you and they would get the sale regardless of who put in the effort and time and doing the contracts. Management is not their strong suite and they hire guys with no appreciation of employees or customers.
Work place filled with ignorant, ghetto, drama filled individuals (:
Part Time Receptionist (Former Employee) – Glenn Mills, PA – May 6, 2017
Typical work day is coming in, receiving some friendly hellos and then followed by the rest of the nurses giving dirty looks. I'm sure you dont care about my typical work day actually. The nurses are a disgrace to the human race that lack patience, compassion, are apathetic and do not have the ability to meet facility needs. 78% of them are ignorant imbeciles that shouldn't be in the medical field at all. They do not tend to their patients in a timely manner, they are not friendly what so ever and on top of that they are basically getting paid to sit on their a** for 8-12 hours and gossip at their stations. I truly feel bad for the 22% of staff members here that have to deal with these people and most likely have to do more on top of their own responsibilities. HR is also a freakin nightmare. I do have to give credit where its due, the administrator, his assistant/receptionist, director of nursing and director of admissions are amazing individuals themselves. If you would like to be in a place where as though you feel disrespected and get attitude all the time, then this is the place for you!
Genesis was a nice company to work for, my co-workers in the rehab department made it a very enjoyable learning and working experience for me, I attained a lot of knowledge working with the staff and patients in the rehab department, it was a great working and learning experience for me. Watching the therapist work with their patients, and rehabilitate them was very intriguing.
No weekends, free meals from dinning room, leave early on Fridays