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
Provide training and learning opportunity to new Graduates, Good Team Building and provide a variety of Services both elderly and the young. Their Dementia facilities is the best and provide a home like environment for their residents.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – August 24, 2017
was a decent place to work for decent pay. management was decent. staffing at the time had 1/2 good working respectful people. the other half was rude people who lied and were shady. hardest part of the job was some of the patients and some of the coworkers were extremely hard to deal with. enjoyable part was the patients!
Nurse Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Yardley, PA – August 23, 2017
YOu run your butt off working here but as a new nurse its the best place for you. Wound vacs, milirone drips, LVADs, time management skills, orthopedics. you are exposed to a wide variety of things here.
residents are happy to see you when they know you do the job right. if you like to clean this is a job you will enjoy. if you build a relationship with your co-workers the day will go by faster and the work load doesn't seem as heavy.
Human Resources Director (Former Employee) – California – August 18, 2017
I loved my co-works but the job was stressful. Working for a large organization provides a great learning ground full of knowledgeable people and established systems. Working for ManorCare made me a better HR professional. For many employees working in a SNF is a step towards other healthcare opportunities. Many employees left for a hospital which pays more. Turnover is high.