CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Mayfield, KY – May 17, 2017
With this being my first job out of high school, I really didn't know what to think at first. However, I learned a lot of things that weren't just about the nursing home. This job made me want to better myself and I have and I'm thankful for that!
it was a job. unfortunately a supervisor and above was scarce.
PCA / Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Franklinton, LA – April 17, 2017
i would not work at a place of this caliber unless i absolutely needed too. a simple work day consisted of serving the residents with coffee for 30 min. and cooking food. once the food was cooked, the residents were served and the kitchen was cleaned. the day was over.
The management and employees do not care enough about the residents and their work performance is deplorable to say the least. There are not enough men curreny on staff to help with any of the heavy lifting, and some of the women leave the premises thirty minutes to an hour earlier than their designated clock out times.
The residents are very nice people.
Short breaks, crazy work schedule, not enough pay for the amount of work performed.
I loved my job and my patients my work crew was amazing to we always worked together. I had alot of tasks and alot of experience. I did almost all the jobs there. It was my first cna job and it lead me to the other places and things I want to do in health care.
Social Services Assist/Health Unit Coor. (Former Employee) – Chisholm, MN – January 4, 2017
This was the start of my career in healthcare and office administration. The experience and knowledge I gained, has opened many doors and opportunities for me. The support and encouragement from my coworkers and management gave me the courage to pursue my dreams.
Support and encouragement from management and co-workers
Small place, great employees, and great residents.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 30, 2016
I worked Heritage Manor for almost 2 years, I honestly wish I still did. Sometimes it seemed like a lot of work but it was usually only due to being somewhat short of staff, but that was a rare issue. Everyone does their part and helps out when it's needed. The administrator has a big heart, and she doesn't feel "above" being right there next to you helping you as much as she can. It's a great place to work, although the health insurance isn't great, vision and dental insurance way better.
Family like atmosphere, +1$/hour incentive pay, twice a month drawing to win 50$, Christmas and saftey bonus pay every year
Can't leave on lunch break, no direct deposit, no free meals, no cellphones on breaks
Personal Care Aide (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – November 19, 2016
took care of the elderly, cleaned the building. didnt learn much, management was alright, found out at the end all they wanted was money, then building closed. coworkers where alright. bathing elderly people that dont want to do so, or help you. listening to their stories of when they where younger.
taking care of elderly people that dont want you near them, healthcare
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – August 22, 2016
The patient to aide ratio is higher than any other nursing home I have worked at. On a good day an aide will have about 10 patients and on a normal day its about 12 or 13 patients to an aide. With so many patients and only 8hrs a shift its hard to give each patient the care they need.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – July 11, 2016
I think the residents at the place was awesome and the place is an overall great place to work at. My only disappointment was the staff members and management. As Cnas we are suppose to be team players and there is no 'I' in team. I also work overnights and I feel management never took the time to know their overnight staff. Sometimes we are judge by our residents and not for our hard work we put in.
Lpn ADON (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 11, 2016
Teamwork, Awesome staff, great pay. Small nursing home but the employees have an huge heart. The administrator is awesome I love how she knows the residents name an will even help to provide care. Everyone is hands on an thats what makes the Facility a 5 star to me
Resident Care Aid (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – May 19, 2016
a normal work day was pretty much dealing with the managers attitude. The residents made it very fun there. Everyday they would have a story to tell or do something crazy and it would just bring joy to my day.