May 14, 2014
Update: May 2014 A manager resigned after nearly 2 years becoming the new manager at new location that opened due to: working overtime, coming in early and not being paid for those hours because the person was "over" the overtime limit, when I say early I mean 4/5am and working until 4pm. In addition, the person was also working directly with the client and also supposed to complete the tasks of being a manager, with little to no time to finish paper work, check emails from social workers,etc. Overworked and underpaid, such is life, right? A great employee who went above and beyond, as expected, and the ramifications from this led them to resign because their voice was not being heard and they were no longer valued. My recent PDL, pay day leave, was not approved. Yes, I have set hours, which are great...but when I request off to use the PDL as it should be, and more than a 30 day notice, there really shouldn't be a problem with my request. Bonues' are taxed. I have found, that this company has been taking on clients who are either recently from a nursing home living at home/apartment, or they are about to go to a nursing home/assisted living/state funded facility. A majority of the clients will not be "independent" anytime soon, if ever. It really saddens me to say that they opened a new location with the idea that it entails more time for each client, but really it is the opposite, more clients less time and it's the clients who are losing out, which is the core of the company.