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Laurels of Hudsonville
CNA-Certified Nurses Aide (Former Employee), Hudsonville MIOctober 3, 2014
Pros: lunches, snacks, being with people
Cons: short break, changes in schedule.
Good company with compassionate workers. Some workers could gain more experiece and pay more attention to what residents really need. But the company and management are good. The hardest part of the job would be seeing the Rehab residents leave, but it was also the best feeling in the world to watch them get better. I enjoyed being able to work with Rehab residents, it was the most honoring part of my job
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Great Place To Work
CNA (Former Employee), Hudsonville, MIJuly 2, 2014
Pros: paying for your lunch
Cons: the smiles you get in return
Typical day is helping the elder on their needs, and feeling good about doing so at the end of the day.
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Medical Billing and Coding
Medical Biller/ Coder (Former Employee), Hudsonville, MIAugust 16, 2013
Pros: work
Cons: it has none
Coding patient charts
posting payments
Insurance follow up
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Classic Nursing home.
LPN charge nurse (Former Employee), Hudsonville, MIJune 5, 2013
Terrible pay, terrible staffing to patient ratios, unrealistic job duties and roles, benefits were not great. Management not involved in staff.
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I was a bad fit, but that isn't the fault of the Laurels.
CNA (Current Employee), Hudsonville, MIMarch 13, 2013
Pros: the co-workers
Cons: chronically understaffed, but they are working on that
If you know that being a CNA is for you and you love the work the Laurels is worth your consideration. The people in management and the co-workers are kind and lovely people. I don't feel I'm fit to judge the other aspects of this workplace, because working as an aid in a facility is a poor fit for me.