STNA's are hard to keep, a lot of turn around. Work short staffed most days. Management does not seem to care much about employee's cares/concerns. Most co-workers are easy to get a long with, however they do not usually stay much longer than a year, especially 2nd shift. Hardest part of the job is having to work short staffed, although it can be done, it is very stressful. Most enjoyable part of the job is talking with residents and hearing some of their stories about things that happened when they were young.