HR Recruitment (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 13, 2017
They take care of there employees... A very relaxed organization. Its that dream job everybody once. You get paid every week. I am an intern here and I have plenty of flexibility to do what I need to do.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – June 3, 2017
I really enjoyed working with my residents. I loved that the facility was clean, and kept things put away at all times. The staffing however was very short, and at times I was the only aid on a hall with 20 heavy assist residents. I would also be forced to work two halls a night. My body couldn't handle all the strainuous lifting.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 25, 2017
For personal reasons I had to quit but I regret it everyday!!! I loved this job literally the best job I've ever had!!!I worked evening shift with a great team!!! Hopefully Ill be eligible for rehire in the future!
Manager (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – April 23, 2017
ED requires sensitivity training/coaching. Lack of spousal coverage impedes productivity and slows employee moral across all departments. Lack of transparency does not promote cohesion amongst employees...
Community Services Representative (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 30, 2017
This company goes above and beyond in caring for their employees. From employee assistance, loan repayment, monthly celebrations, and annual satisfaction surveys they truly care about their employees and the residents they serve.
Poor Corporate Management Practices And Poor Executive Directors
Director of Plant Operations (Former Employee) – Hamilton County, IN – January 25, 2017
Checklists and Maintenance/Grounds inspections. Daily Preventative Maintenance and work orders. Meetings and facility events and community events. Manage employees with lack of department head follow up to ensure good safety practices. Lack of focus among staff members quality of care. Enjoyed fixing things and motivating people.
I loved my job while working at a Trilogy Health Services facility. I enjoyed going to work because the patients were treated right and my coworkers were teamwork and detail oriented. The facility was beautiful and I always loved how the residents had so many food choices. The facility I worked at had a garden where the residents would help grow vegetables. Trilogy Health Services campuses are beautiful. I would recommend any family member to enter in to a Trilogy Health Services campus.
Weekly pay, low patient to nurse/aide ratios, beautiful facilities
manager (Former Employee) – Michigan – January 19, 2017
Trilogy's corporate officers micromanage and overwork their managers to death. When I worked for a location in Oakland County, I worked 24/7 to keep up with their never ending list of demands. They continually added new and unnecessary duties and tracked us by computer constantly. They frequently made us travel out of state, or travel to other locations that were hours away to do "peer reviews," in which we had to audit our fellow managers! We were visited by regional mangers on an almost weekly basis. Some were extremely mean and we were sometimes browbeaten at meetings. Endless meetings, endless paperwork, endless corporate emails, and endless politics were the order of the day. If you love having no life outside of work, having your efforts criticized, and being spied upon, this is the place for you!
Good Resident Care
Bad benefits, micromanaging, overwhelming workload, criticism and spying/tracking
They're very kind and helpful, and provide great care for residents.
STNA/CNA (Current Employee) – Willard, OH – January 7, 2017
They're a great company. They stay busy, and are helpful and kind to their residents and employees. A typical day at work is great. Everyone works together to take care of every resident. Sometimes it does get a little difficult for everyone to work together, but that'll happen anywhere. I've learned a lot from this company and I appreciate everyone who has taken the time to help new aides learn. I now feel like I can teach new things to aides as well.