Program Specialist (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – August 12, 2015
Create monthly and quarterly reports. Plan weekly menus with clients input. Take Clients to appointments and outings. Supervised no less than 10 employees. Filled work schedules. Assisted with on call rotation and filling shifts for call offs. Did all the grocery shopping for the house.
Benefit time and mileage compensation when using personal vehichle
communication between staff and management was lacking along with training
Laborer (Former Employee) – Morgantown, WV – July 22, 2015
It was overall a cool place to work, there was some freedom where you could pick and choose when it came down to the properties. The management could have been better but it turned out to be a nice place to work.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Virtual and Denver, CO – June 8, 2015
Week management. I have learned that my future is in my hands and I need to manage it as no one else will. No effort from owner to work on placement with company's offering more hours. Little or no communication from CEO.
Kept $69+ Hourly Salary
Part Time with no outlook for full time employment
LPN Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – April 11, 2015
I work with the family members first thing when I get there to get report. I then assets the residents for immediate needs. The hardest part of the job would be having to leave them at the end of my shift. The most enjoyable part of my job is the interaction with the residents.
Cook (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – September 15, 2014
A typical day at work usually starts with a manager clocking me in at work. After I'm clocked in I would go to the kitchen to put out some meat patties on the grill. There I learned that there will be rude people everywhere you go but you must know how to deal with them. Management was very unorganized and my co-workers seemed to not enjoy the job as much either. The hardest part of the job was getting enough sandwiches made in enough time. The most enjoyable part of the job was the break.
People never really showed up for there position,so if you find yourself doing 2 positions in a day. They expected a lot and it just wasn't organized with the fact that that we are dealing with peoples lives but it just seemed like nobody really cared...
Mechanical Assembler (Former Employee) – Rhinelander, WI – August 18, 2013
A typical day was to review what was on the list for the week. The co-workers were awesome. We really worked together to get the projects done accurately and on time. The hardest part was to make sure nobody assembled anything upside down. Bearings especially! Management was great, they really appreciated us and what we would accomplish. I really did enjoy everyday there.
Retail Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Murrieta, CA – August 4, 2013
Lakeshore places a high value on thier customers. Catering to teachers, parents, and the like. A typical day at work focuses on customer servicing the store, answering customer questions and making educated suggestions of products that meet the specific need of the customer in need. After customer service, the overall look and feel of the store becomes priority. Recovering and stocking items that need replaced. Lakeshore is a fun and interactive place to work. Management is friendly and flexible and the staff moral is always high. Working for Lakeshore has been a pleasure for me.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Lake Geneva, WI – April 23, 2013
i need to be fats to get all my job done they wuld give each girl a few rooms to clean by ur own or with a partner depends on ur skills if ur fast or slow if theres alot of work the managers wuld help out to get the rooms clean by the end of the day nice servise
LPN (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – September 21, 2012
No support from department heads. Expectations are unrealistic. Nurses/Staff always overwhelmed. Employee turn-around is ridiculously high (they can't keep the place staffed due to their issues). State is constantly at the facility doing survey or following up on complaints. Supervisors and DON changes every few months.