Unit Manager (DCD) (Current Employee) – Potomac, Md – January 3, 2013
manor care is an employee friendly workplace. I learnt a lot from both the patients and co-workers Management is fair in their dealings with employees dealing with staff nurse tardiness. dealing with patients and their plan of care
Talks a good game, but often does not follow through
Reimbursement Specialist II (Former Employee) – Toledo, OH – May 19, 2017
Learned to do Medicare and Medicaid cost reports here Management was totally disconnected from workers Teams were best part of job - We learned that pulling our portion of the load really made a difference
Floor Technician (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – May 18, 2017
check to-do list and start my job. I learned how to cope with people didn't want to. great management team. I love my job because of the residence. You can have a bad day and u go to work and they will put a smile on your face just like that.
RN Supervisor (Current Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – May 18, 2017
Typically short staffed, fighting between units in regards to staffing discrepancies. When short staffed usually have 20 its for med pass and treatments. Management could care less, they just want to go home in time. If it was consistently staffed, it would be ok place to work.
good coworkers most of time
management, favoritism between units, short-staffed
CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Libertyville, IL – May 17, 2017
I believe that the change in employees so often effects the way the company runs, and the way the employees perform. I think the most enjoyable part of my job is helping the residents with everyday cares that they can not perform themselves. Helping the residents and taking the time to talk with them really brings joy to them and myself. The CNA's at manor care are very good to work with, they help each other when the need is there.
residents, nice coworkers
constantly changing employees, not easy to get time off for personal events.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Decatur, IL – May 16, 2017
I worked here for almost 4 years, the turn over rate was high. They were always short staffed but it was always a lot of hours to work, they had great benifits and the new remodeling make the place look better
Activities Assistant (Former Employee) – Troy, MI – May 10, 2017
High demand for perfection, don't apply if you aren't perfect. Also don't apply if you aren't best friends with management (maybe that was just my situation). I know politics are everywhere but the department I was in made it horrible to go to work. I couldn't wait to leave. I was written up for not being joyful enough or being able to decorate for parties for residents well enough. I never had a patient once complain to me about how things looked, only compliments. Nurses seemed angry and annoyed, but I would have been too with their workload.
I was able to perform all the work required in less than 2 hours of my 8 hour work day. I was then told to "Play on email" when I requested more work. I am an MBA graduate with incredible leadership and organizational skills and was looking for something to challenge me and help me develop as a professional. I was constantly underappreciated and underworked. I was then fired without warning and without legal reason just because the managers found out I was trying to pursue other positions WITHIN THE COMPANY that were better suited for me. Instead of recommending me for these positions, the manager made sure I wouldnt be able to work in the company again. The only reason I have not sued is because that is not who I am. I have had countless lawyers attempt to persuade me to take legal action (apparently this company is notorious for unlawful firings) but I know it will be best for me to put this bad company in the past and move on.
Strict Sick Day Usage, No upwards mobility, Doesnt accept change