former PT (Former Employee), Rockville MD – April 28, 2013
Pros: nothing good to say about this fraudulent company and management
Cons: cheap company, no good benefits, disrespectful and rude management unethical business pratices.
From the Regional to area managers to rehab managers, the whole management staff are LIARS; THEY CHANGE THEIR SERMONS FOR THEIR OWN BENEFITS AND CONVIENENCE.Clinicians are slaves to them.Management expects high productivity and patients are their BANKS,THEY DO NOT CARE IF PATIENTS BENEFITS THERAPY OR NOT. SOME PATIENTS DO NOT NEED 85 TO 90 MINS OF THERAPY – more... AS THEY ARE VERY FRAIL AND CANNOT TOLERATE THAT LONG THERAPY SESSIONS, BUT MANAGERS PUSH THERAPISTS TO MEET ULTRA HIGH RUG LEVELS .SOME THERAPISTS ARE SITTING AND CHATTING WITH PATIENTS FOR 60 MINS IN THE NAME OF THERAPY TO MEET THE MANAGEMENTS RUG LEVELS AND ALSO TO BE THE MANAGEMENT'S FAVORITES. SOCIAL WORKER WILL KEEP THE PATIENT IN SNF TO MEET THE 100 DAYS EVEN THOUGH THOSE PATEINTS ARE READY TO BE D/C'D. – less
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Warwick, RI – October 16, 2014
Pros: some of nursing staff caring, nice residents
Cons: lack of training and support. favoritism of troublemakers
High nurse turnover. A few nurses make life difficult for others and management is oblivious. Management likes to reprimand first and investigate later.Training limited. Written procedures/rules not provided but staff questioned when "procedure" not followed. Well what the heck are the procedures!? Lack of staff: 20-25 patients per nurse.Only enough – more... time to pass meds - forget holistic nursing! No procedure for ordering medications and supplies. Meds often not ordered - need to borrow from other units/residents.
A few good people make working here tolerable. – less
CNA (Former Employee), Andover, MA – October 16, 2014
Pros: 1/2 hour lunch only
Cons: 15 m
They have workers that they sleep at night time, and when i conpalid they got mad,they cover nurses and other cna witch it makes it bad because people who are actualy doing there job they end up geting fire , withc it was not reasonable.
Payroll Bookkeeper (Current Employee), Amesbury, MA – October 13, 2014
Each and every day has its challenges Assist receiptionist with phones. Review of payroll for missing information, follow up and entering new or required information for payroll Employee incident reports, if reqired reporting to workers compensation. Facility petty cash
Resident petty cash. Reference calls New hire letters Appointments to administer – more... drug test and fill out prehire paperwork Request background checks Process hire in hiring system along and into hired status Orientation Post open positions Ordering of office supplies Employee benefits Payroll Payroll corrections Meetings / Conference Calls
Have learned new jobs, process, new programs,
Hardest part of job, not being able to give employees, residents, and or family members un-interupted time in a quiet confidential secure area in regards to personal information.
Most enjoyable part of job: Helping employees, co-workers with satifaction. Completion of tasks complete and on time. Learning new tasks implementing without concern. – less
LPN (Former Employee), Baltimore, md – October 4, 2014
As an LPN I loved working for the company. The only issue in my last building was the trash the hired as a DON and she brought the trash and trouble makers with her from another company. The company itself tends to govern each building differently. In truth, the work load is NOT worse than the company I'm currently with. The pay is not to gr8 but I – more... love the culture. They really need to hold management accountable for the problems.they themselves create. You just have to choose ur building as they are not all the same. – less
Have worked hospital and home health and this has been the best so far.
Rn (Current Employee), WV – September 27, 2014
Pros: staff really work as a team
Cons: psych and drug abuser in facility which in my opinion do not belong in this setting
I have been with the company for about 2 months. So far I am very happy. The nurses all seem to work together and help each other out. Management jumps in and helps when they can. We have set schedules and no swing shift which is awesome. I work straight days and im new. Patient to nurse ratio is pretty high I take care of around 30 residents including – more... several iv's, pics, trachs, colostomys and feeding tubes. We also do the med passes, take off orders and treatments. You are busy but it goes fast and is over before you know it. So far so good. – less
Nurse (Current Employee), Newport, VT – September 17, 2014
Pros: inexpensive meals, discounts on cell phone fees
Cons: insurance prices, work load
When I started 21 years ago was a great place to work. They have high standards which is a plus. They expect a lot from the employees and give little praise back. Corporate took away several little things that meant a lot and turned around and bought another company...didn't sit well with some of us. Benefits are good. Pay is ok...everyone whines about – more... the pay no matter where they work. – less