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Worst place on Earth
Miserable employee (Current Employee), Getzville, NYMarch 30, 2015
Pros: None
Cons: Everything
Horrible upper management creates a culture of fear. No raises in four years for all professional positions but the CEO makes over 1 million annually. People are fired left and right always on a Thursday so people are scared once a week. No job security. If they don't like you your days are numbered. Everyone is miserable. Everyone is job hunting. Programs are being closed, staff laid off. Worst company ever don't come here.
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Lacking management, no advancement
Cook (Current Employee), Getzville, NYFebruary 24, 2015
Pros: healthcare
Since it was a union position the benefits were good. There was a lack of management and supervision. There was no room for advancement.
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Provides excellent care for it's residents.
Human Resource Assistant (Current Employee), Getzville, NYJanuary 9, 2015
This company provides excellent care for it's residents. The staff is respectful, knowledgeable and enjoys caring for it's residents.
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Horrible place to work
Former employee (Former Employee), Amherst, NYJuly 4, 2014
Pros: residents
Cons: everything else
Management not supportive, do not train once in the position. Not a professional atmosphere.
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Nice place to work caring for the elderly
Care Coordinator & Medical Clerk (Former Employee), Getzville, NYDecember 20, 2013
Cons: short staffed and under paid
Night shift was good, Elderly patients are loving and caring, Management was okay, Co-workers were nice people to work with. Hardest part of job was trying to get patients to take there medications and take showers. Most enjoyable part of my job was showing the patients someone cares for them and not out to hurt them.
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looks are deceiving with this place
non weinberg lpn (Former Employee), the campusNovember 19, 2013
Pros: looks better than most facilities
Cons: petty coworkers and management willing to throw people under the bus.
Worked there thru an agency and was glad I was not an employee of the facility.
There are some units there that aren't too bad, but then there's the rehab floor. The management also thinks its ok to have 1 nurse for 30 high acuity residents, then wonders why they can't fill that position, BC it needs at least 2 nurses!!! As if taking 20 pts wasn't enough, they expect you to violate your scope of practice, as an LPN, and fill out their own version of the medicaid assessment. No lpn in NY can perform a physical assessment on any level. This facility charges their residents a lot of money, and if a resident makes a report against an employee, the employee is in trouble, without a true investigation.
Almost all local nursing homes will try to circumvent the medicare/medicade paperwork by providing a form of their own, where you put "data", but its an RNs job and if you are an LPN doing it you put your license at risk.
Air conditioning units at the facility are in dire need of replacing, 5 years ago, but the owner won't pay for replacements, BC the cost is close to a million each. Also the roof on the facility was leaking during the summer rain, was awesome to avoid puddles at the work place.
Bottom line, you Dont matter when it comes to their bottom line.
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Do not work here...
Activities (Current Employee), Getzville, NYJune 5, 2013
Pros: benefits, other staff members
Cons: everything else
Weinberg continually looks for ways to get new and existing employees to excel, however offers no incentive to do so. You are told that you do a wonderful job, but cannot have a raise for over two years because of "budget cuts". Meanwhile you see new buildings being built and existing ones being remodeled while the "head honcho" makes $200,000+.
And watch out for Thursdays, when people that have worked at Weinberg for years are fired without warning. We call that "being Weinberged".
The other staff that we work with is wonderful. Really the management is a huge problem. They do not back up their employees when problems occur, and instead try and put the blame on staff. Residents are allowed to get away with whatever they want, without reprocussions, and rules are rarely followed.
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always had a lot of work, worked with some really good people
projects (Former Employee), Getzville, NYMay 21, 2013
Pros: good co- workers always something to do
Cons: low pay
i would go in every morning and do what ever they need painting, waxing floors moving residents belonging in and out, setting up furniture, shampooing carpets, setting up for events and taking out the trash
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Weinberg is a very nice place to work.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), Getzville, NYApril 27, 2013
A typical day at workwould be when we are short staffed. Me and my co-workers pull together and make the day a smooth and easy day. The hardest part of my job is when one of my residents is feeling down and sad and theres nothing i could do to help them. I enjoy my job cause i enjoy helping people. It makes me feel ood when i put a smile on one of my residents face.
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wouldnt consider anyone african american to work there.
Certified Nurses Assistant (CNA) (Current Employee), Amherst, NYMarch 30, 2013
Pros: families reconize good work and human resource workers are wonderful.
Cons: short breaks, no grace periods and no communication skills
The families are great,the residents are very nice. The nursing staff needs to be changed and don and adon needs to be changed.
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Great, comfortable place to work!
Admin (Current Employee), Getzville, NYDecember 14, 2012
Pros: deli, giftshop, openness, flexibility
I just started working here, but everything has been wonderful. The residents are fun, co-workers nice. It's a very open environment, that gives everyone a sense of involvement. There are activities going on constantly, and great employee recognition. I highly recommend Weinberg to anyone, resident or someone looking for employment!
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fun workplace, work well with people
Maintenance (Current Employee), Getzville, NYSeptember 30, 2012
fun , enjoyable all around .. take care of alot of people for all stages in life from retirement and on ..
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To Much stress!
Team Leader LPN (Former Employee), Getzville, NYSeptember 23, 2012
Don't work there if you want to be stressed out all the time work overload is common
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An aesthetically pleasing setting for workers and residents
LPN Unit Supervisor Adult Home & Assisted Living (Former Employee), Getzville, NYSeptember 21, 2012
Pros: the majority of the faciltity was connected idoors, making it possible for residents to attend gatherings in other areas of the campus.
Cons: we had no emr
A typical day @ work entailed being the Unit Supervisor over aides in an 80 bed Adult home & ALPS setting @ Dosberg Manor. Passing meds, working with diabetic patients and others who needed assistance with adl's. Interacting w/family and residents who had concerns. Assiting w/Doctor day, taking verbal phone orders from Dr's., conducting environmental rounds , patient safety and education. Infection control.

What I learned is that families are in denial when it comes to diagnosing parents or siblings with dementia.

Management was great, always looking for ways to improve.
We always had close adequate parking for both visitors and staff.

Most co-workers were eager, educated, and compassionate.. Others I questioned their presence and dedication to our residents.

Hardest part of job was trying to get residents placed in "proper" settings and trying to convince other residents that were of sound mind , that "things" were being taken care of.

Another hard part was sending them out to the hospital, not knowing if they'd make it back.

The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting and visiting with residents, treating them with dignity and respecting my elders. They have alot to teach you!
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Amazing place to work at.
Internship - Case management (Former Employee), Buffalo, NYApril 1, 2012
A welcoming environment of people committed to making the residents live happy lives. All staff have a deep compassion for this population, and everyone works well to maintain consistency and efficiency.
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busy
prep cook (Former Employee), getzville,nyFebruary 28, 2012
you are always cleaning, cooking, moving. They need more on the job training instead of fireing right when someone walks in the building