Decent place to work; upper management not so good.
Pros: decent pay and benefits.
Cons: not much encouragement or opportunity to grow or advance.
I had the same Supervisor for 12 years with no problems at all. She was a terrific person to work with and for. However, upper management is not so good. They sit in offices and make decisions that impact patient care without dealing with the staff who are actually working with the patients. They seem to forget that the patient in front of us is the reason why we are here, the reason why we all have jobs. There is no more job security anymore; at Lake, the question is not so much as whether or not you can do the job as much as who do you cater to or pal around with. My co-workers, for the most part, were great; I really did enjoy the patient contact.