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Manor Care Employer Reviews

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Taking Care of any patients in need.
CNA/Caregiver (Former Employee), Northbrook, ILApril 3, 2014
Love taking care of patients and making them smile. I also loved making them happy.
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Ok place
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), Wilmette, ILMarch 25, 2014
This place is okay, but you have to know who to talk to and who not to talk to or you can get yourself into trouble.
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productive staff
Staff Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Yeadon, PAMarch 16, 2014
Pros: good benefits
Cons: short breaks
Staff is motivated and eager to learn.Supervisors are supportive
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Busy LTC facility, typically short staffed
Certifiied Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), Pittsburgh, PAMarch 6, 2014
Pros: plenty of overtime
Cons: typically short staffed, unprofessional supervisors
I enjoy the coworkers in my unit but a lot of the coworkers do not work together.
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Productive
LPN Supervisor (Current Employee), Parma, OHMarch 2, 2014
Enjoy working with the elderly, stay very busy at all times. The hardest part of my job is working with short staff and not having enough time to visit with the residents.
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I loved being able to tutor my daughter and be a stay at home mom.
HOME MAKER (Former Employee), Pittsburgh, PAFebruary 28, 2014
Pros: spending more time with my daughter
Cons: financially difficult
My daughter suffers from a reading disability as well as dislexia. I became a stay at home mom to help her through these problems. I love being a mom and my daughters education is very important.
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Laundry Helper
Laundry Aide (Former Employee), Fargo, NDFebruary 21, 2014
Pros: it was a job.
Cons: it was a job.
Picked up laundry and washed it then took it back to storage, or Clients room. Management was OK. Hardest part of job, putting up with very moody co-worker. I enjoyed meeting clients and visiting with them.
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Productive with good benefits
CNA (Former Employee), Lacey, WAFebruary 14, 2014
Pros: good benefits
Cons: busy, residents alway needs help
Manor Care is a very good company to work for.
Management is really organized.

Typical Day...
-Do Vitals
-Do showers
-Help out with Meals
-Help residents to bathroom/bed
-ADLs
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WORST PLACE EVER
CNA (Former Employee), Sparks, NVFebruary 13, 2014
Cons: everything
This facility prides itself on being clean and not like other nursing homes but when you work there, you learn how it really is. I got threatened multiple times by the Assistant director of nurses that they would write me up if I called in sick once when I was throwing up and the second I was so run down from my TWENTY SEVEN patients the night before – more... that I couldn't do anything let alone move. They also decided my car accident wasn't severe enough for me to stay home, they had someone pick me up who i didn't even know. Not worth your trouble. – less
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Good facility
DIETARY HEAD MANOR CARE (Former Employee), North Richland Hills, TXFebruary 6, 2014
Pros: team work
Cons: throwing away the trash
They lots of meal menus and plenty of people helping out residents when its time to eat. I've learned a lot about work in the kitchen and how things work. Getting everything done on time. Time to relax for a while before starting up the job again.
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enjoyable
DIETARY AID/COOK (Former Employee), Davenport, IAFebruary 1, 2014
typical day started t 5 am and ended around 3 pm. loved the residents at the health facility.
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Productive, busy place to work
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (Current Employee), Palos Heights, ILJanuary 29, 2014
Pros: paycheck
Cons: no breaks, productivity
Most enjoyable part of my job is getting my patients to live their lives to the fullest.
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Clean workplasce
CNA (Former Employee), Northbrook, Il.January 29, 2014
Pros: great hrs.
Cons: underpaid
Took care of residents. I got them dressed and helped them eat their meals. I also gave baths and and helped with personal hygene. I took vitals. I also kept the residents rooms clean.
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Very comfortable and clean environment to work
CNA (Former Employee), Westmont, ILJanuary 13, 2014
I assisted residents with their activities of daily living. I loved management and my co-workers they made it easy to do my job.
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Productive and fun work place never any down time.
Volunteer Work (Former Employee), West Palm Beach, FLJanuary 9, 2014
Pros: free food
A typical day at Manor Care is basically the same as Palm Beach Lakes except it's senior citizens we're dealing with. I learned pretty much the same as PBL and there is no hardest part of the job, but the most enjoyable part is showing up because there is always something to do.
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fun place to work
CNA (Former Employee), Pottsville, PAJanuary 8, 2014
Pros: grow a bigger family, helth bens were good, and th eteam worked well together
Cons: not enought help
loved my co workers, the hardest part of my job was being there when the residents pasted away, the hardest part was time trying to get 30 residents up toileted and walked before dinner time with only two aides, what I learned is the way you treat others is the way you will be treated, great working skills, team work, how to work with others, and patience – more... and understanding towards others – less
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exciting place to work
Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), King of Prussia, PAJanuary 2, 2014
i love this job i had so many good times they really care about their staff and residents.
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taking care of patients
LPN (Former Employee), McMurrary, PaDecember 30, 2013
working full time
working well with others
taking care of patients one on one
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Nice company to work with.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Encinitas, CADecember 26, 2013
Pros: quarterly incentive bonuses.
Enjoyed the residents and family members. Upper management was a pleasure as well too work with.
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Rehab facility
RN Charge Nurse (Former Employee), Kansas City, KSDecember 20, 2013
Pros: refreshiing my medical skills
Cons: not feeling i could give the patient care they deserved because of not enough time
Typical day was up to 18 patients that were recently discharged from hospital but not quite ready to go home. Very hectic shift with admissions and discharge.
What I learned with this job was refreshing a lot of my medical skills
IV pumps, wound care, wound vacs and how to ultra prioritize my shift.
My co-workers helped me survive. They were the CNAs – more... that were there to assist me
Hardest part of the job was being understaffed and going to management and they would say they could do it better and have even more patients.
Most enjoyable part of the job are the patients and their families – less

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