CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – March 23, 2017
A typical day at work take patients vitals and blood sugars make sure everyone felt comfortable, routine baths mornings had evens and nights had odds. stock patients rooms with necessities and stock PPE. Weights on Tuesdays.
This compnay gave me a chance in hospital experience when no one else did, great company, awesome staff and teamwork
Clinical Liaison (Former Employee) – East Chicago, IN – March 21, 2017
Decent place to work, average with work/life balance. Corporate management does not seem to know what front line management does. They certainly do not have a culture of positivity in the work place. No raises for many years in a row.
Decent with work/life balance
Micromanaging, no room for advancement, benefits are expensive and lack coverage.
Corporate Development Manager (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 21, 2017
Headwinds in the industry have been hard for all players in the industry. The company at large has a decent culture though. Sometimes I wish there was a little more going on or that I was given more responsibility at times.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 20, 2017
They started a new payroll policy and didn't let there employees know. So they will mail your check without verfitying the address or with your consent. Then when you still have yet to receive your check they will procrastinate and give NO Concern about your finances in the process. Horrible place to EVER work. No one deserves to work and not get paid!
Health Unit Coordinator (Former Employee) – Mansfield, OH – March 17, 2017
A nice organization to work for. Good people, and provide a great service to patients. Organized very well, and a lot of friendly co-workers. I worked at the Mansfield Ohio location, and it was a very safe, secure place to work.
program director, and Tri-State Champion (Former Employee) – New England Valley, PA – March 17, 2017
I absolutely loved working with the Kindred Facilities. I managed 14 facilities in 4 different states and enjoyed the consistency and cleanliness across the board. The programs for the elderly were wonderful, the buildings were clean and well maintained and the nutritional needs were beyond great.
SR. LEAD TRAINER (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 15, 2017
As the Sr. Lead Trainer on the EHR rollout for the nursing center division, I was directly involved with working with senior clinical leadership on developing training plans, agendas, material, and Train The Trainer events.
Oversaw team SharePoint Administrative duties.
Fun, energetic training team who development more into family culture than co-workers who when separate way. The most enjoyable part of the job.
The hardest part of the job was communication between business analyst department and the clinical and training teams.
This place is the worest place i have ever worked at. The work environment is ridiculous. The CNA staff are good, is the management that is trash. They work there staff to the ground. Than when you can't do your job they want to fire you.
Nursing Home Billing Specialist/Revenue Collector (Current Employee) – Overland Park, KS – March 14, 2017
Managers micromanage their employees. The training is not very good at all and once your out of a week of training they expect you to know everything. Major lack of communication between management and the employees.
Vacation and insurance
Raises are low, micromanage employees, poor communication
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Orland Park, IL – March 13, 2017
Working for Kindred hospice has been a priviledge to work for. We are a family who not only attend to our patient, but we also attend to each other. The staff is sooo wonderful. Loved working with them and looking forward to work with them again.
Intake Coordinator (Former Employee) – Everett, WA – March 10, 2017
Company has a fluctuating upper management with unrealistic goals for employees. Learning curve is often vicious and support from upper management if they are around long enough is basically nil. Requirements and job descriptions always remain fluid, so hope for advancement or reasonable pay increase is non existent. Open door policy is preached but employees often feel unheard and under appreciated.
Excellent pay and benefits.
Upper management is often unstable and constently changing
Walking on eggshells in a hostile work environment
Registered Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – March 10, 2017
Its bad enough to have a stressful job but when your manager is verbally abusive, throws you under the bus and micromanages everything down to where, when and how you chart the job bcomes a nightmare, The workload was crazy, most people who were ordered treatments did not need them and weaning fragile patients was not in their best interests, but in the interest of making the manager look good. Every day, when the manager hits the floor the RT's trembled because she would harrass us and then treat the other disciplines well. If she was angry with you, she would not schedule shifts or you would be cancelled. I do not recommend anyone working in this facility, its a lawsuit waiting to happen. YOur mental health and wellbeing are jeopardized the minute you walk in the door.
Provided my professional expertise to a group of districts with 8-10 facitlites a piece.
Regional Director of Loss Prevention (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 8, 2017
My job was to evaluate the performance of facilities in my districts requiring me to fly to various locations each week. I was also required to meet with my team, who consisted of 4 other professionals with different geographical responsibilities. We were encouraged to brain storm, evaluate current programs and procedures, develop programs and share the best of practices between the districts and facilities.
Working with all levels of management and helping those in the facilities
The workplace culture was sometimes very punitive.