Pros: other cnas are awesome.
Cons: management, low pay.
Facility is always short, constantly calling employees to pick up, or to work doubles. You work your butt off, for little pay. The upper management don't care about you.
"If youre not happy here, than leave. We wont be crying over you."
You never have the supplies that are needed for proper care for your residents.
The machines you use, such as hoyer – more... and stand lift, are always dead. Batteries wont hold a charge because they are so old. – less