Management does not know what the meaning of team work is. More could get done and be ran a lot smoother if everyone didn't try to micro-manage all day. In the middle of you doing your rounds the staff from downstairs (who really should be doing paperwork, or something better) want to come to the floor And call meetings with the cna's about nothing, or something that could have waited. The DON while I was there was a pain in the you know what. I know I was doing my job. But he would take it upon himself to run the halls nitpicking at the cnas. Running out whatever room you just walked out of. Not to mention their was a rumor running rampant about how he was fired and and had just been rehired again (still not clear on why, but it sounded pretty juicy) this was coming from cna's and lpn. I was only there for 2 weeks when this started. They could keep wayyyy more Cnas if the management would stop with alllll thier drama.
Unprofessional work environment. Superior stinky attitudes from numerous of staff. Everybody worked like they were on a separate island instead of working as a team?!! Low pay. Overall horrible experience, dreaded going in everyday.
I reportes a Nurse for assault then they came up with somé lying aligations that i abused a patient which was a lié and they terminated me and cooperate went along with it
Overworked and under paid... Rude staff
Verbal abuse from management
Answered - LPN (Former Employee) - Memphis, TN
I got an oppurtunity with a Home Care agent which is where I wanted to end up being
Answered - Floor Nurse, LPN (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL