Go to work team meeting at every start of shift except for weekends. Verbal reports, first rounds on residents, dinner, second rounds, visiting time, last rounds bed time, making sure residents are happy at all times. What I learned was how to enjoy the small things people take for granted. Management was not confidential or professional. Coworker understood – more... the meaning of teamwork but it was a hit or miss if this was carried out. The hardest part was working with the hospice residents knowing not to get to attached. The most enjoyable part of my job was when it was slow I was able to get to know my residents and hear their life stories and at the end of the day have them say thank you and that they'd seem me the next day. – less
RECEPTIONIST (Former Employee), Jamaica Estates, NY – May 9, 2013
I worked there only on weekends and was embraced by so many wonderful staff and vistors each weekend who offered me nothing but support when I needed it mos. They are truly understanding and the company is filled with a refreshing sense of life.
Housekeeper (Former Employee), St. Louis, MO – February 19, 2013
Cons: work place chaos
Company based on who you know not what you know. One of the worst jobs I ever had when it comes to confidentality. Co- Workers were nice for the most part. Hardest part of the job was walking through the door. Thanks but no thanks type of job.