I would not recommend this company
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Elizabethtown, PA – July 30, 2016
You have 6 to 7 managers/bosses and all of them have different requirements. You have all your LPN's, an RN, an RN supervisor, CNA educators who are a complete joke, all clinical ladders who are on the unit, your director of nursing, the assistant director of nursing The directors only see numbers not what is reasonable or not what might be best. Communication is terrible on all levels. The LPN's are so rude and most of it is due to them having lack of help and feeling overwhelmed. The CNA's are given more work than we can handle. With the amount of work put on CNA's we are given no free time to given extra help to our residents, there is no time for an extra conversation, we are constantly rushing and are responsible for an enormous amount of tasks. No one gives you credit for what you do or acknowledges your efforts. Your yearly prides are a joke considering they don't effect your raises or anything. The RN supervisors give you your prides but yet doesn't work with you or interact with you so technically you are given a false pride full of assumptions. It doesn't matter how many times you are late, call off, or just simply don't show up...nothing happens to you and your co workers are the one to suffer. The managers don't try and call people in when house is short they just pull from others floors to make them short as well. Advancement is not possible unless you are in the "click". This is just a 15 minute paragraph on the highlighted areas I felt were the most important. In my opinion there are a few more problems but these were the crucial areas.
insurance and benefits, flex pay, vacations
Communication, you must be in the "click" if you want to advance, RN supervisors are a very uneducated to have the title they have, too many managers to take orders from