Certified Nurse Aide (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – July 23, 2015
I loved caring for the residents at the Pines nursing home. I enjoyed working the overnight shift the most. I was a per diem aide, and I was not given many hours. Not a dependable income. I applied for open part time positions with no outcome. Great nurses. Clean facility.
Building Superintendent/Maintenance Engineer (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – December 24, 2012
The typical day consisted of the morning meeting with the Supervisor who would delegate the work load for the day. by taking care of complaints that were filed from the previous day and taking care of the move out in preparing other apartment for move ins.
nice supervisor, feesible work load for the day paid holidays, overtime.
this development was a 300 - 400 apartment complex which was in constant need of maintenance.
Most stressful environment to work in and absolutely no appreciation for their workers.
Nurse Manager; Part-time. QA Nurse, Supervisor (Former Employee) – Glens Falls, NY – December 6, 2013
This is the most unorganized, stressful place I have ever worked. It didn't matter what job you were signed on to do they thought nothing of changing it. No regard for family or life beyond the walls of this establishment.
Life rewarding place to work that I will treasure always.
Assistant Camp Director (Former Employee) – Big Sandy, TX – July 16, 2012
This job was my life. From pre-sunrise to well after sun-set (and often times the middle of the night too) I was on call. It's a very high energy position that lefft me drained, but was well worth it and something I'd do again in a heart beat given the opportunity.
Kitchen Manager (Former Employee) – Troy, AL – November 20, 2013
The Pines gave me my first managerial experience. Work was a fun place to be everyday and the customers were very loyal due to the great service and quality of food that they received. Due to graduation from college, I relocated to another city.