I have worked with this company for 15 years, I enjoy working there if I needed a day off due to personal reseason, the are very accommodating.
Pros: LPN and CNA's are union employees with better insurance, and benefits
Cons: The RN's do not have good insurance and has not had a raise in years, and are not paid holliday pay
I work steady day shift, we work 8.5 hrs, after getting report, I start my morning med pass which takes from 2.5-3hrs, then throughout the day complete my treatments that are ordered which involves waiting or residents to come from therapy, appointments, the afternoon medpass takes from 1.5-2hrs typically. With the time left in our shift, we need to complete documentation, assessments as needed, monitoring CNA's, making sure their work is also being completed, that the residents have everything they need in a timely manner, completing any discharges or admissions for that day, taking family and doctor office calls during the shift, contacting the doctor when necessary, taking orders and transcribing them in the computer.