STNA, Ohio - August 8, 2017
Loved the coworkers and the residents. With it being an STNA position, it's definitely a secure job. Work is 12 hour shifts, so work 3 days a week and off 4 which is nice. However, it's difficult to get off days you request and no guarantee you'll get them. Also if you end up getting paired off with a bad STNA, you end up with 25 residents by yourself and management never did anything to help with that. Also people with less experience getting hired on was getting higher pay than I was.