Food Service/care of residents (Former Employee) – Lees summit, MO – July 27, 2016
Prepare and Deliver food to residents, escort to dining room. Learned virtues everyday. management was fun supportive, friendly. co workers were extremely caring. The hardest part was physical labor. enjoyed seeing smiles.
They work on education and ensuring staff know their skills and responsbilites
My title is Manger of Clinical services (Former Employee) – Lee's Summit, Mo – July 22, 2016
The pay for education and promote advancement. They have a good electronic medical record system. They provide education to all levels of staff. They promote home like environment and PRIDE in what you do.
they do pay for school for CMT, LPN, and RN
flexible schedules to handle various issues in management
Events Coordinator (Former Employee) – Pompano Beach, FL – July 6, 2016
Productive, fun, friendly and loving place to work., with opportunity for growth. I enjoyed everyday going to work. The management and CEO of the company was very friendly. I built a relationship with the residents and they gave me something to look forward to on a daily basis. The hardest part about this job was not being able to say goodbye. Once my assignment ended that was it.
This job was the worst job i ever had . Not for the ob but by the employees. The employees always argued with one another. You would think the managers had a say so in the arguments but they was mainly the ones arguing . I loved the company and the benefits but i wouldnt recommend this job to no one.
I always enjoyed going to work with this company. We worked close as a team to provide or clients with the best care possible. The hardest part of this job is losing patients you become close to but on the other side of that the most enjoyable part of this job is providing your clients with happiness during in their last days.
I would not recommend this job if you like doing the right thing for the elderly
Kitchen Manager (Former Employee) – Lees Summit, MO – March 23, 2016
i was very proud to work at john knox village 10 years ago becuase it was all about the residents and doing the right thing for the residents. through the years it has become about the dollar. I have watched the residents become last. And my views on the management are better off not talked about.
developing relationships with the residents is very rewarding
LPN (Current Employee) – Orange City, FL – November 15, 2015
John Knox is a family oriented facility. The time I've been employed there, I have grown into a better person and nurse. I deal with 28-30 patients on a daily basis and their families. In long term care, you can't help but build a report with the families. I usually have 4 CNAs I delegate to assist with ADL. The hardest part of my position is witnessing the lost of a patient.
RN (Current Employee) – Pompano Beach, FL – September 4, 2015
The residents and co-workers are really nice. I always have a great time at work. My manager can be a little difficult at times but I try not to let her bother me. She is passive aggressive so I just do what is required of me and ignore her behavior.
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Orange City, FL – July 21, 2015
On a typical day at work, there would be a lot of items missing from our stock so we would have to substitute a lot of the foods. Management would sometimes forget to order certain foods, therefore having to use food from another day and menu to make up for the food they forgot to order. Some of my co-workers were fast learners and some were hard to teach. The employees who've been there longest would have to train new employees as we work, so the days we trained new people, we would sometimes fall behind because all the food had to be prepped by a certain time. The most enjoyable part of the job was the shift flexibility.
laundry associate (Former Employee) – Lees Summit, MO – May 20, 2015
At work by 6:30, distributing laundry throughout the building and back down stairs to reload cart and do it all again before I leave. I learned about how many people can fit in a nursing home in any giving day and what it's like to live in one everyday. Management was bare minimum at overseeing the day to day activities. Co- workers were friendly. Hardest part of the job was financial difficulties. Most enjoyable part was listening to the stories told by the wonderful patients that lived there.
i like it as well as the other jobs i had doing telemarketing and bookeeping also data entry answering phones.. birthdays are always fun they are friendly environment and lots of celebrations and prizes