I went into this job with such enthusiasm and excitement. I was determined to be a better person and have a new outlook on life. A new life and a new career, thats what I needed. but I forgot what my role was. I forgot that I was suppose to be the manager and not try to be everyones friend and that cost me in the end. I no longer want a position of management. because we are held to a higher standard then others, not that I didn't want to do the job. I had too many issues going on in my life and I felt like I couldn't talk to anyone about them. So ultimately it cost me my career, but I have no hard feelings against Stonerise. I just chose the wrong career.
Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) – West Virginia – October 13, 2017
The higher up staff were not welcoming. It is a hard place to work and be happy when there is constant negativity going on. Do not take this job if you are under the age of 30 because obviously age means you can't do your job
I love my job at Stonerise Healthcare. Wonderful environment that starts from the top and trickles down to all centers in the family! I recommend this company to anyone looking for a caring, family atmosphere!
Medical Assistant/NA/caregiver (Former Employee) – Charleston, WV – September 4, 2017
Stonerise healthcare was a good place to work if you can lift 50-100 pounds since youre helping with grandparents and taking responsibility to make sure they are taking care of. and to make sure their love ones are happy to see they are well taking care of which they pay money for. I am always happy to see a smile on a patient or their family memebers of all.
A lot of the nurses care very little for the patients. As a CNA you bring up concerns about the residents and they don't want to help, very uncaring. Management shows very little care for their residents and employees. A lot of your coworkers don't want to help you.
management is a joke; Very short-staffed; many turn-overs. In desperate need of help. Too many "bosses" and not enough help provided. Overworked and underpaid. Your Nurses on night shift will not answer one call light.And this one nurse in particular on night shift watched me get a two assist resident up by myself! Unless you are in the click there.or you run and tell on everyone which there is a good many of them.Then that place is miserable to work at! I would never ever! put my family member in this nursing home!
At Piney Valley, we always work as a team to get things done. There is never anyone left out. The hardest part of the job was learning how to deal with death and dying. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing my residents smile. I respect my bosses, and management as they do everything they can for us as a facility.