Remington Park will suck the life right out of you!
Former Surveillance employee (Former Employee), OKC, OK – August 8, 2014
Cons: you may not even get all your breaks, more than likey you will end up hating yourself for putting yourself through this job.
The place is full of hypocrisy. They make you follow policy very strictly, but Management does not follow them at. They just do what they want. Ever heard of leading by example, NOT HERE. The Manager of the Surveillance department is not leader AT ALL! She requests the employees to find solutions to problems, then passes them of as her own. If you want – more... a dead end job, with no room for advancement, go ahead and apply. You will be overworked, under paid, and at the end of the day get no appreciation for the work you do. Good for the time being if you don't have a job, but don't think for one second that you want to make a career here. Oh, they don't pay overtime either. If you stay late one day, you have to come in late the next to so they don't have to pay overtime. – less
Wait Staff (Former Employee), Baytown, TX – October 23, 2013
Pros: clean place, free food, and nice people
Cons: angry patients
A typical day at work is when the patients are in good moods I've learned to be calm with the patients co-workers are all nice the hardest part of the job is when you have to deal with a patient that changes they're mind. the most enjoyable part of the job is when they share there stories with you
Dietary (Former Employee), Baytown, TX – June 27, 2012
Cons: no insurance benefits
very fast paced working closely with residents.I learned patience and kindness are a very much needed in everyday life.management is has to be able to jump in on daily basis.My coworkers and I are a team and have to work well together.Seeing the health of the residents decline.Pleasant kind people needing assistance and being able to help.