Anonymous (Former Employee) – Boerne, TX – June 30, 2017
Very stressful place to work, NO TEAM WORK AT ALL. Management has no consideration for their employees, they tend to favor the lazy and NEVER acknowledge the ones that work hard and go the extra mile without complaining.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Boerne, TX – March 14, 2017
Honestly the worst job I've ever had hands down. The lowest quality management I've seen. I was constantly scheduled on my days off, was told I had to stay multiple hours longer right before I clocked out. They frequently scheduled less people than they knew they needed while management sat there and did nothing. In conclusion, horrible place to work, don't do it.
Poor management, forced to work on days off and overtime without overtime pay
Private (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX-Chandler Estate – October 4, 2016
Overworked. Short staffed. No support. Miserable residents due to living conditions and lack of staff. False advertisement of services. Inadequate operations, inside and out. Uncomfortable and unsafe working and living conditions. Underpaid. Ratio of 1 caregiver to 10 total assisted patients. Customer service horrible. I team spirit at at. No appreciation or acknowledgement at all. The only good thing is the residents themselves, but without what you need as an employee, how could the residents ever have what they need? They can't, and it's wrong, and it's sad.
nurse at Morningside Manor (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 20, 2016
Not an ideal long term employment opportunity due to poor work conditions and lack of concern for employee safety. Residents do not receive quality care. It doesn't matter how hard you try things do not get better. The facility seems to constantly operate in crisis mode ie; multiple open positions, new management all the time who always change the rules. Work hours can exceed 70 hours weekly. Staffing coordinator constantly asks for you to pick up extra shifts even if you have far more than 50 hours for that work. You can work 16 hour days everyday and no one cares. This company has no holiday pay.
No holiday off and no holiday pay, expectations are unrealistic
Certified Nurse's Assistant (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 31, 2016
Patients were typically friendly although at times I had to calm violent patients. Staff was excellent. Was responsible for providing basic care to patients, as well as assist them in daily activities of life they might have trouble with on their own, such as bathing and feeding. Provided quality, compassionate care with the assistance of LVN’s and RN’s. Assisted in transporting patients to dental, physical therapy or other appointments as necessary. (Worked the 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. shift while in high school under the supervision of that school’s professor).
Early shifts available, friendly staff and patients
Worst place to work low pay poor management hr is a joke horid co workers if your in boerne you can do better advances towards me and other staff by obese nurses they fired all the heads that matterd and cared
LVN - Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – November 2, 2015
Nice place, pays well. But constant changes in management. Constant changing in scheduling. Not a good place to work if you are going to school or intent on going to school. Management not willing to work with the staff.
Server (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 4, 2015
The manager for the food department is rude and very closed minded. she has favorites and disrespects her other employees. The work is easy and my co workers for the most part are all nice. the hardest part is trying to get through the day without out hearing something negative from my boss. the most enjoyable part is the residents, they always make my job worth going in every day.
a great place of employment while assisting residents
Cook/Prep (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 4, 2014
a typical work day is cooking and satisfying the residents by preparing delicious nutritious meals in a timely manor. I try and learn how to maintain and prepare quality foods that meet the needs of the residents and co-workers as well. My co-workers are the most challenging part of the job. A lot of the times they don't want any advise nor quick to receive help from others. And the most enjoyable part is at the end of the day everybody is full, feed and satisfied with the quantity and quality of work that was prepared by myself.
the pros would be that i get a chance to enhance my skills and abilities
failure of equipment that causes you to be late with the meals
You're Nursing License Is Too Valuable, Do Not Work Here!!
Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Chandler Estates, San Antonio, TX – December 1, 2014
This place has the worst administration!! You can voice your concerns but you're not heard, no matter how legit your concerns are! Nothing changes in regards to how badly employees are treated! You're hard work is not appreciated here! They're always short staffed but they don't care! Too many patients are assigned to one nurse which makes for an overwhelming shift! You're overworked for horrible pay! The benefits are also pretty bad! It's not worth your nursing license or your sanity!!
Nursing staff (Former Employee) – San Antonio – June 28, 2014
No yearly evaluations, no bonus, no paid holidays, no raises, no opportunity for advancement, rules change daily and management doesn't communicate them to us. They assume we all know what is going on and when we don't do something that was changed 30 minutes ago we are written up for it. Ridiculous.
Working within the HR department was not only fun but educational. The organization has a whole was a bit frustrating.
HR Recruiter (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 3, 2014
A typical day involved reviewing resumes and applications, returning phone calls, and doing telephone interviews.
I learned many things from my supervisor such as how to conduct investigations, how to have difficult conversations, and how to juggle projects.
Management within the organization worked at different paces.
My co-workers were helpful and friendly and we all pitched in to help out in our different areas.
The hardest part of the job was getting the hiring managers to tell me what type of employee they were actually looking for (beyond skill set) and then changing their minds about what the actual job duties were or changing the job requirements without telling me.
The most enjoyable part of my job was conducting New Employee Orientation and working with my HR team.