I loved working here. I started out cooking, then I became weekend charge staff (Asst. Manager/weekends) and then I received my CNA certification. I was also head/chairperson of the Safety Committee. I felt so needed and appreciated when I worked here. I received a lot of awards and recognition for working so hard. I would get there at 5:15am and make breakfast for the residents, then I would clean up and get lunch started, I would then serve lunch, clean up and sometimes I would do CNA work until 10pm or so. The Safety meetings were once a month. Management was awesome from the CEO, Administrator to housekeeping .I had amazing coworkers as well. The hardest part of the job was falling in love with the residents and them getting sick or passing away. The most enjoyable part of the job was taking care of the residents.
good benefits, meeting people taking care of the residents
worked a lot of hours, not great pay