Management needs improvement, supervisors needed more professional training in communication skills to keep good employees.
Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 19, 2015
A typical day of work is visits to 8 patients a day was a good day for a CNA staff. I learned from this company that any problem that may arise should be documented, signed, keeping a copy for my own file and presented to the director of nursing to back up my statement of any situation that I am involved. Management was not at all supportive of the staff, supervisors were not doing a good job for their position. Co-workers tried to be a team player, but afraid to say anything when troubles comes, fear of loosing their job. That's what makes the job harder for me to tackle, it was stressful. Most enjoyable part is working alone and changing environment.
Long 1 hour lunch, working on my own and outside of the office
Dealing with bad management and lazy supervisors with bad and unprofessional behaviors.