Director of Nursing (Former Employee) – village of Redford – June 2, 2017
People are nice for the most part. Very professional. Large campus. staffing is unreliable, employees call in a lot. Patients are happy for the most part. Facility is part of a CCRC. Has Assisted living attached. Good activities department.
Human Resources Manager (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – October 26, 2017
This is the first company that I have been at where I feel that I can retire. EVERYTHING that they've touted within recruitment has been true so far.
Crains Detroit Business ranked us 2016 Best Managed Non-Profit, A very charitable organization, Has a heart for the Communities that they serve, Employee engagement is high, Connected leadership, Company mission/values guide the Company, family oriented Company
Resident assistant is time sensitive work, you must like to giving care to residents.
Resident Assistant (Former Employee) – Westland, MI – October 16, 2017
Presbiterian Willage of Michigan assisting leaving, is the place where elderly people are in need of personal care services with a daily basic activity. Here I learned about aging with all aspects of health ,and how to provide them good care daily. Coordinating work with healthcare professional, registered nurses, therapist and other medical staff ,you have the satisfaction that residents received the best assistance.
Satisfaction when you see elderly they enjoyed the day.
The "main campus" is filled with a bunch of people who are not interested in the well-being and happiness of their employees. They are only interested in helping PVM making as much money as possible, even if that means cutting their employees hours short, not paying out time off hours, not paying them for the hours they worked, etc. I worked for a home for multiple years before it was merged with PVM and the second it merged, the home changed and became a horrible place to work. Very happy I am no longer there. :)
Nursing staff (Current Employee) – Village of east harbor – January 7, 2017
All these reviews are for the main company or other campuses. The village of east harbor is terrible and short staffed. The quality of the building is bad and the lifts are even out dated. Management think they are beyond helping under any circumstance. I've never seen the director of nursing on the unit unless it was to get out the door where she parked. I've been there for 3 years and I'm leaving. There's better out there. Plus the nurses are short staffed and have more residents than elsewhere.
Short staffed. Management only cares about their big lunch breaks together.
Regional Manager (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – October 27, 2014
This company is awesome! They are very supportive of educating their team members with formal education through the NALP. The company is also very open and supportive of advancement within. They service the elderly by providing outstanding management services as well as well being services at each of their communities and in house! The apartment communities are all, for the most part impeccable places to live and work. This is a non profit organization who really cares about their residents and their quality of living. If given the opportunity, I would gladly work for and recommend this company to my peers. I obtained all of my property management certifications through Presbyterian Villages of Michigan and have been very successful because of the experience and education that PVM has afforded me.
Advancement opportunity and supportive towards furthering education