Pros: some residents will brighten your day right up!
Cons: low pay, lots of duties, very unorganized
Omg. This is one of the lowest paying jobs ever. House keeping got eliminated so now CNAs have to do their jobs. As a CNA, you have to be the nurse, dietary aide, house keeping, doctor (Pronouncing a person dead), n etc. The New schedules come out a day or 2 before the old schedule ends. Disorganization be at all times worst a lot of times. Supervisors be sleep. We have worked plenty of days short to protect the budget. The work load isn't heavy not one bit but the care of some people are very extensive where it gets dangerous n hectic without full staff. But other than that, it's a very CLEAN place to work, thanks to us Aides. Some of the residents are to die for. Oh n you get to eat what's cooked so that's a bonus :)