Pros: Free lunch
Currently working here. In our kitchen we mop our floors every night. We always wash our hands, and wear gloves while preparing food, and drinks. We change gloves often, and wash hands often. The executive chef is amazing! He cooks very good and works with the menu, the meals are always healthy, and we've never ran out of food. We always have extra for employees, so we get free meals. One day a week a coworker and I do a deep cleaning day. Every day we mop our floors, keep them swept nicely, and it's an overall clean kitchen, and working in the kitchen is a great job. The pay on the otherhand isn't so great, I've been in fast food in the past making more money than I make here, I also have been promised a raise for months, and it's never come. The people that come in don't seem to actually be 'assisted living.' They seem like they need much more help than the people they hire can do. Some of the caregivers aren't that great, with being on their phones while helping residents or, leaving residents unattended. I try my best as a server, to actually pull their weight by helping them out as caregivers. The drama seems to create a lot of amminossity, where people are acting out in front of residents and their families.