Did not enjoy my time here
HOUSEKEEPER (Former Employee) – Woodstock, VA 22664 – October 3, 2017
Shoddy management, but great benefits. Excellent PTO system gave you practically unlimited time off. Great insurance. Pay was alright for our area. What made this job difficult was management and HR couldn't get on the same page. We were often lied to about policy from management. Also, nurses were allowed to get away with lots of unacceptable behavior (poor treatment of patients, goofing off on the clock, shopping online on the clock, etc) that when pointed out to management was scoffed at and pushed aside. The comment "they're paid for what they know, not what they do" was made to us from head of HR at the time (this person is no longer head of HR; go figure). We were often forced to work when sick as doctor's notes do not excuse you for an illness. Three sick days are allowed and then you can be terminated. I myself worked with a bad flu (temp at 102 degrees) because sick days count against you even with a doctor's note. They call themselves a "non-profit entity" but their sole purpose is to make money and to push patients through quickly in order to make lots of money. This is shown in the fact that people who walk through their doors are not called "patients," they're called "customers" by management. Bottom line, I would not recommend this company to anyone. Good benefits do not overcome the bad management.
good benefits, Pto, insurance, good hours
bad management, bad policies, poor patient treatment