Pros: beautiful facility to work in, payraise every 1, 000 hours your employed there, and good health and dental benefits. plenty of opportunity to pick up more hours.
Cons: constantly short staffed, management tends to burn out employees due to inablility to hire for open cores, there's a pay ceiling so you can't continue to make more money, management moves employees around to different areas with little to no notice.
It's a huge all in one facility, with nursing home on the ground floor, assisted livings and independant living on the main floor and memory care on the 2nd floor. The resident's are always a delight and the staff is helpful. Times are a little stressful at the time, there's a shortage of workers and management is having a hard time filling open cores, – more... so working short staffed is usually a given on any day; but it teaches you how to be productive and efficient, with a smile always on your face..well on mine anyways! – less