CNA (Current Employee) – Indiana – December 7, 2015
I really enjoy working here because it was evident to me, even before I began working for the company, that TLC is committed to providing maximum care to all its residents. Most of the staff are friendly and helpful, from management to a housekeeper, from the DON to a CNA. Yeah, there are a few who need to settle down and just get back to work, but overall it's a pretty good team.
Upper management seems to have been taking a closer look at employee satisfaction more recently and, hopefully, the changes will continue to make this an even better place to work.
I'm anxious to see if they come up with a way to move up the ladder !?!?!
Caring staff. Competitive pay and benefits. Job security.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Yuma, AZ – April 1, 2016
A small office setting where everyone gets to know everyone and become like family. trustworthy and dependable wanting to help the tenants and owners and do a good job. the staff work hard to make that happen.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Newburgh, IN – May 4, 2016
Hamilton Pointe is an excellent place to work. The coworkers are great. And the residents make each day worth it. The new administrator and DON are truly trying to make this facility the best it can be.
VP Marketing Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Marion, IN – March 24, 2016
I used my knowledge of microsoft word and excel. I created banners, flyers, posters, radio ads, tv commercials for all facilities corporate wide. I also kept track of schedules, scheduled appointments and worked with team members on new programs, and prepared reports for the VP of Marketing.
LPN Charge Nurse (Current Employee) – Marion, In. – October 16, 2015
Have learned much about caring for the elderly. Enjoy interacting with them. Hardest part of the job is never having enough help. Aides calling in or not showing up for their shifts which in turn causes nurses to do their job and aides job. Management more concerned with filling beds then caring for residents. Too much red tape when a resident is admitted.
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Chesterton, IN – August 10, 2013
A typical day at Addison Pointe is running around town with my own car without getting any extra pay for gas or mileage if I want to keep my job and then for all my work, being turned down for promotions that I am well-qualified for in my department and others who watched me run my rear off were the ones who got the promotions. I learned that if you want to get anyplace at Addison Pointe, you must belong to a "click" or else no matter how much you put into your job or how hard you work, you will never get anyplace. I learned that if you get the "kiss up plaque" aka The Employee of the Month award, management will promote you weather you have the expertize that is required or not. The co-workers will gossip about you behind you back and then be nice to you in front of your face, needless to say I know this because they do it to each other as well and then smile to their "friends" face. The hardest part of the job is watching somebody who had no experience at all for the for job, just fresh out of high-school and working in an entirely different department get a promotion that normally requires a great deal of experience and a college degree. No wonder the turn-over rate at this facility is high.
the food is good.
you have to belong to an offfice click to get anyplace and do a lot of "rear end" kissing.
Executive Director (Former Employee) – Winter Haven, FL – March 9, 2015
I was in Management at TLC. The key about keeping good employees, you treat people the way you want to be treated. When Management gives 100 % then your employees will see that and they will give you 100 %
Executive Director, Catered Living (Former Employee) – Peru, Indiana – June 22, 2012
I entered Long Term Care just by chance. It was the right time, right place during my job search. It was here that I realized that my passion is definitely in long term care. Having the ability to show compassion to those who are towards the end of their life and helping their families realize their loved ones were safe in my facility. The majority of the employees were there because they wanted to be. They shared my respect for the elderly and compassion for those in need. The hardest part of the job was obviously letting go of residence as it as their time to pass. The most enjoyable part was definitely knowing I was making a positive difference in the lives of those in the facility as well as their families. Managament has a great business plan and visits their facilities regularly to ensure they are up to standard.
LPN (Former Employee) – Evansville IN – July 29, 2014
Hamilton Pointe has by far the absolute worse management I've seen in 14 years. They do not care about anything bt the bottom line. Residents come last. If you dnt need therapy forget abt good care! They treat employees horrible! If your not in the click your out! Turnover rate has to be extremely high! I would be embarrassed to be in msnagement at this place!
cna (Former Employee) – Gary Indiana – March 23, 2014
Human resources lied about vouchers for uniforms. we were told that you receive them and never got it. i don't mind buying my own uniforms but don't lie about the help. i told them from day 1 that i need a midnight shift and i was given a 3 to eleven shift.