Cook (Former Employee), Beaverdam, OH – January 9, 2014
Pros: great place to work.
Cons: alot of changes
I liked talking to residents. I liked working with nurses aides. I receved a lot of cooking experience.Igot along with management till towards the end. I was under alot of financial pressure will explain
A safe and clean environment / pleasant co-workers
CNA (Current Employee), Batesville, IN – August 7, 2013
Pros: mentioned above / plus an occasional free meal
Cons: very little time to rest / no time for breaks / short dinner
I dearly love my residents. I minister in the Assisted Living section of our facility. I have learned volumes from sharing with and ministering to the older population. I feel blessed to have each and every one of them in my life and feel privileged to care for them and their needs. I assist my residents with showering, toileting and transferring. I – more... am there to meet their every need. The hardest part of my job is the physical piece. I am finding it hard to perform the harder physical parts of my job. The most enjoyable - being in relationship with my older "brothers and sisters" - I have learned and grown so much for these relationships. – less
Boss seemed like a good guy, did his best to run his business.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Addison, IL – February 1, 2013
Pros: pleasant colleagues and boss. environment was no frills warehouse but boss was very accomodating.
Cons: office manager was just all around unpleasant.
The same can not be said for the Office Manager. This is the perfect example of where the saying, "Don't say anything if you have nothing nice to say." fits perfectly. As the junior employee I understood the politics of "earning your way" into the office, but her controlling nature did not allow any type of proper training to occur. She made the experience – more... impossible. – less
Replenishment (Former Employee), OH – September 12, 2012
Pros: it's easy work
Cons: short to no breaks and no hours
It's an okay place if you are perhaps a young adult with no real bills to pay or have to support a family. The job place really lacks to give their working even 40hrs a week, instead of letting full time workers get their hrs they insist to hire young adults, making to where they have so many employ's that everything is done way ahead of time, causing – more... Full time workers only get 30hrs a week. – less