Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – October 27, 2015
A typical day at the Jewish home would be some what chaotic in the morning times being you have to give two or three showers before breakfast is over. I've learned how to have great time management skills. My coworkers were very friendly and down to earth. The hardest part of the job was adapting to the early morning work schedule. The most enjoyable part about the job was making a difference in the residents life.
Nice View Of Lake Michigan & Great Benefits
Short of workers on the Alzheimers & Dementia unit
It was a comfortable workplace because everyone got along with everybody. Like a family.
Discharge Planning Specialist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 9, 2015
What I loved the most about Jewish Home was the work environment. My fellow co workers who respected each other and acknowledged each others work ethic. That's how the facility ran better because we all got along with each other.
Registered nurse (Current Employee) – Bronx – June 21, 2015
HORRIBLE place to work. The people that do staffing are HORRIBLE and unfair, disrespectfully. Some employee can get time off anytime they want with no problem.While others have to do a song a dance and beg and are denied. The work is over whelming and never completely done. Management want you to clock out at the end of shift and stay back and complete the work. Shifts are short staffed all the time. And you hardly get a lunch break. Cna's act like there nurses.Some supervisors are rude and disrespectful. Horrible experience!
Ok pay and benefits
No breaks, unfriendly staff, unfair staffing personal. If Jewish home call you for a job. RUN!
Food Service Worker (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – January 12, 2015
Work flow is steady day by day, things may get raddled if someone is missing, but other days people will go at a normal routine and enjoy it. The employees are helpful when helping each other, the hardest part of the job would be generally, the parking area, its public and with some restrictions
Horribleeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!! company to work for!!!!!!
hha (Former Employee) – bronx new york – December 6, 2014
First they look like they can help you , making you think you will get notice win credit advance career but true facts you won't get notice they have poor service unprofessional coordinater and management.
They do not pay on time. They still own me two months pay!!!! And when you claim it they throw you under bus. And take your case away. I will never want to work for this type of company!!.
Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – October 28, 2014
High volume with 8-9 patient caseload including documentation, screens and meetings. Great rehabilitation staff. Weekend rotation. The hardest part of the job was balancing documentation, screens, meetings and treatment during high census. healthpro documentation . New programs being developed i.e. substance abuse programs for the aging community.
great rehabilitation staff
fast pace high volume if you are not comfortable with a large facility
Finance/Billing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – September 9, 2014
The Jewish Home Lifecare is one of the largest Nursing Homes in New York City. It's very fast pace and intense. Management is approachable and they listen to concerns voiced. My co-workers are awesome. I've learned that challenging myself has pushed me further than I've ever thought I would be. My coworkers are awesome. The hardest part of my job is waiting on others to complete their portion of work before I can complete mine. The most enjoyable part of my job is the connections I've built with the resident's I serve. The resident's look forward to me coming to work. I'm able to put a smile on their face and in return it brightens my day.
Geriatric Career Development Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 10, 2014
A typical day for me means helping the elderly with their every day needs. Many if not all could not independently feed themselves or shower. I would help them do that and even played bingo with them in the Adult Daycare.The hardest part was seeing how helpless they were. I really liked the fact that I was helping people who needed help and at the end of the day I would be emotinally rewarded. Alot of my co-workers were my peers so the atmosphere remained lively at all times.