Health Coach II (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – September 1, 2017
Working in the Healthcare field was awesome. I was able to work from home, which gave me a lot of time back for me and my family. I was able to use time management skills and communication skills while working from home.
Head Cook (Former Employee) – Raytown, MO – August 22, 2017
Motivated Cook food according to menus How to cook with one oven for 80 to 100 Residents Management one sided Their's. Workplace culture diverse.The hardest part of the job is negative attude.The most enjoyable part of the job is cooking.
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – 991 pondella rd north fort Myers fl – August 3, 2017
I loved this job and everyone I ment in the kitchen but some of the c.n.a.s and nurse that also work there outside the kitchen make your job very stressful and frustrating. But in the kitchen my old coworker always kept me laughing and the manager was lime a mom to us.
Great co-workers, easy work
People outside the kitchen make your job a headace
Western Home Communities (Former Employee) – Cedar Falls, IA – July 3, 2017
Work days were sometimes easy but the staff is who really makes it hard. It's easy to deal twith upset residents but then you have a supervisor who comes and writes you up because there is only one staff on a wing of 35 residents and you couldnt get to the resident fast enough so its your fault they came in and the resident wasnt prepared for the day also you only been a CNA for a week and your already training another on coming CNA.
average place to work,needs some work but full of opportunity and growth. I never want to speak negative about a company that I have worked for,so I will not. I had the opportunity to work with some great people. I hope going forward things will continue to grow.
Laundry and Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Yarmouth, ME – March 21, 2017
Some days were good and a lot of them were bad. I was the head of laundry. I would go in start my washers, organize all dirty clothes and then go check my drops. I have learned a lot working for this company and have paid a lot more attention to detail. It was a very fast paced but stressful place to work. Hardest part of working for them was no matter how many hours you put in or how hard you worked there was no appreciation from anyone back to our department. People there are nice and fun to work with.
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Dixon, IL – March 10, 2017
Overall, it was not a bad company to work for. Schedules were steadfast and you always had something to do. The most enjoyable part of the job was the residents at the nursing home I worked for, those guys were a real hoot.
Dietary Aide/Cook (Former Employee) – Conyers, GA – January 11, 2017
worked here for 5 years love interacting with the elderly. fun loving environment co workers were a mix of workers some fun some grouchy but that's everywhere very different from the fast food environment not as fast. relaxing bosses can sometimes put pressure on you but that's what they're bosses for :)
Manager of housekeeping operations (Former Employee) – Middleton, WI – October 31, 2016
You go from the time you punch in to the time you punch out! A typical day was assigning job duties and other assignments to the certain employees. While working for this company I learned how to use floor care machinery ( which was probably the hardest part of the entire job...I'm only 5 foot and it seemed as if some of the machines where bigger than me!). The upper management for this company was absolutely excellent!! They were always there when you had a question or if you needed a reminder on how something was suppose to be done.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Martinsville, VA – July 12, 2016
This company expects so much out of the employees, more then enough. I worked 7 days a week all day and had no time for family life. I would have to travel an hour back and forth each day and they did not pay any of the gas mileage used. The management was not great at all, couldn't count on them to really help with anything.
Senior Health Care Services (Former Employee) – Hollywood, FL – March 26, 2016
Typical work day will be reviewing and update calendars for Director of Nursing, Chief Administrator, responding to emails, and schedule meetings. I would update the employee files electronically via data entry, go thru the mail review an submit to Accounting Dept. Process Payroll for employees. Order Office Supplies, and assist with HR recruiting and training material.
CNA/ HOME CARE AIDE (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 26, 2015
Love working in the medical field. Co-workers are always helpful and management are great as well. Typical day always on the go, busy and help clients and patients with daily activities. Hardest part of the job, nothing at all. Enjoyable part helping people that appreciate it every bit.
Assistant Dietary Manager (Current Employee) – Deatsville, AL – July 23, 2015
I worked here for almost three months and they have some beutiful facilites but the Management team do not stand by one another.There is also a high call off rate in the kitchen and in the Nursing Home Facility because the Head RN speaks to her co workers in a very rude and belittleing way. It's like there is no consequinces for employee call offs so it's almost daily that Managers have to cover shifts in there absents. You can't just write them up for anything either so they basically do what they want here and come and go when they want as well. When problems arrise, I felt like I had nobody to turn to. I'm not a complainning type person, but when I did complain- situations always got justified some type of way.
Free food & good bennefits, and good pay
No stability, highemployee turn over rate, No structure, and No high level support