LPN Shift Supervisor (Former Employee), Rock Hill, SC – November 24, 2014
Pros: all of it. perfect job for new nurse.
Cons: pay could have been better but job made up for that.
Loved the faculty and staff. Management had the right balance of making the job work. Loved working with the Residents. You had nurses you could count on. Very caring staff. Family atmosphere.Honestly, the hardest part of the day was having to leave. I learned the best nursing skills here.
Pros: overall good coworkers, company felt like a family, nice clients and good experiences
Cons: pay for lunch, short lunch break, unorganized management.
A typical workday would start with myself handing out assignments for other staff. After that was completed I would begin my medication pass/Rounds. The interaction with the staff as well as the clients was very enjoyable. I learned a lot about how to write up requisitions for ex-rays and other test. The hardest part of my job was accepting the many – more... responsibilites that came along with the position without the proper compensation. – less
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Saint Marys, GA – September 23, 2014
Pros: learing from the empolyee's and patients
Cons: no cons
I worked the night shift at the time, learning to cope with losing resident's. Getting all my duty's done in a timely fashion making sure all resident's had medication's taken at the time prescribed the only part of the job I wasn't happy about where the hour's I wanted to work days. The most enjoyable part of the job was listening to the patient's – more... talk about there life and family – less
Certified Nursing Assistant / Med. Tech (Former Employee), richmond hill, ga – September 18, 2014
Pros: free lunches, great residents
Cons: bad managers, to much drama caused by managers
I loved working with the residents, But had no use for management. They didn't attend to residents like they should have. And treated employees badly, the pay was awful, and was very stressful work environment, They have good employees but bad management. They need to hire new managers that treat employees a lot different and help make the residents – more... happy. – less
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Spartanburg, SC – September 15, 2014
I love taking care of the residents of magnolia manor. i believe if the facility was correctly and efficiently staffed it would be a better environment to work in. This would also help us to better care for our residents. The pay rate is also on the very low end of any pay scale.
it was productive and a fun work place and we had many of activities for our patients.
certified nursing assistant (Former Employee), Magnolia, AR – September 3, 2014
Pros: we had free lunch and great benefits
Cons: working short staffed and losing patients.
A typical day at work was great a lot of times i wasn't ready to go home. This is the place i started out at and received my certified nursing license and getting to know and meeting a lot of people from so many different places.I learned about how many aides it takes to work each shift/hall. and I learned to really keep my patients in good spirits – more... even if I was having a bad day. the hardest part of the job was when we had two or more call ins that mean teaming up with who we had there but we still got the job done. the most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know my patients and co workers.and they getting to know me and keeping them happy and maintaining a good living environment for them. – less
LPN (Former Employee), americus, ga – August 11, 2014
Cons: poor management, abuse of powers, racism
Horrible place to work. Placed residents who were isolation precautions in rooms with residents who are not. Did not implement universal precautions. Management was rude , they would lie to protect themselves. There was to much dishonesty.
The facility is an older building that hasn't had many upgrades over the years. There are no benefits available to the staff. Raises are hard to come by. HOWEVER, the staff there are amazing and they treat everyone like family. Couldn't ask for better people to share 8 hours or more with.
Volunteer (Current Employee), Spartanburg, SC – August 7, 2014
Great patients. Wonderful staff. Learned so much about the nursing field. Hardest part of the job was not getting attached to the patients. The best part was getting to spend time with the patients and improve their quality of life.
LPN (Former Employee), Tupelo, MS – August 4, 2014
I loved the atmosphere it was set up for the elderly to fit their needs. I worked swing shift in the beginning but was advanced to day shift which was better for me and my personal life. I had no benefits it was a private company. My job was pretty secure. Management was good they always worked with me and showed kindness when my daughter passed out – more... at school and I was off for a while the management were great people. Magnolia Manor does a great service for those in need of elderly assisted living. – less
I worked this job part-time as a interimed Dietary Manager. I enjoyed it.
Food Service Director (Interim) (Former Employee), Columbia, SC – April 3, 2014
Pros: the job afforded me to maintain my lifestyle.
Cons: too many call in's by other employees
I worked three mornings from 8:00 am- 12:00 pm, and two days 1:00 pm- 8:30 pm. I attended morning stand up meetings, weight meetings, completed clinical charting, and MDS assessments. Inventory and ordered food, planned menus, hired and trained kitchen staff. Made monthly work schedules. The job was not hard, my education prepared me for the work; however, – more... balancing another full time job was the test. Never-the -less I balanced it and was successful. The residents was a joy to be around. – less
Started machine, monitored operation, made adjustments as needed and stopped machine when specified amount of product had been produced Operated machine for test run to verify adjustments and to obtain sample of product Inspected product to ensure product met specifications and to determine need for machine adjustment Threaded yarn, thread and – more... fabric through guides, needles and rollers of machines – less