Pros: free lunch
Cons: poor staffing, turnover, no support, unprofessional regional staff
It is based on a great concept but all about appearance. Behind the scenes the caregivers work like dogs with no help and unrealistic expectations. No support for the Director and they only want them to keep beds full, in any way possible. Regional managers say they are focused on the residents but sit and do nothing. They just want PR opportunities to keep the beds full. Regional managers are unprofessional and do nothing but always travel together and sit in the buildings at a table eating and playing on their computers all day. They just make appearances for a few hours and talk about how busy they are even though they sit and play on the computer all day. They make it a hostile work environment. If you do go to them they lie to appease you and turn against you making it impossible to succeed in the job. You are retaliated against if you address issues with staff or ask for help. They do it all behind the scenes and turn the main office against you, slowly pushing you out by making things hard on you and not responding to questions you have to ask them. If this company wants to fulfill its written mission, get did of the Regional managers, human resources and start fresh. There's good staff in your buildings, trust them and support them. Don't just focus on appearance of the buildings by spending money on fancy furniture. Invest in the staff and people they are caring for.