Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Media, PA – November 30, 2016
Wesley Enhanced Living in Media has no leadership, there is no work/life balance. The community is rundown and need of repairs desperately. Not the best work environment and hoping that another company buys this community. Wesley has downgraded since buying this community about a year and half ago.
Residents, fellow housekeepers, average pay rate
Leadership, Wesley Enhanced Living owners, work/life balance
Hourly Associate (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 16, 2016
Wesley Enhanced Living is having money issues, having a hard time making payroll and sometimes have ED's not get paid. All of their communities are dated, need remodeling. They seem to have a ton of empty apartments in both their independent and assisted living communities, they always have sales. Big cash flow issues, job security is not stable.
Fellow team members
Not a stable job, company has money issues, upper management
cook (Current Employee) – Doylestown, PA – June 18, 2016
short on staff, overwhelming amount of work to do, never get breaks, bad, demanding, disconnected, management only finds faults, never anything good to say. nice coworkers when we get them.management doesn't seem to know whats really going on.It used to be nice when it was just Heritage Towers, before it became wesley Enhanced living. The kitchen used to be managed by sodexo, then it was good, then they went independent, and it was honestly the worst thing that ever happened to me and my career.
Personal Care Aide (Former Employee) – Doylestown, PA – July 14, 2016
Worst job to work at. Personal care managers work against you instead of with you. Pay is too low for the amount of work they give you. HR does not help you at all with your problems. They make up there own rules as they go on.
Personal Care Aide (Former Employee) – Doylestown, PA – July 10, 2016
The mananger was a bully.changed my job description on numerous occasions.Picked on me...The pay sucks management doesnt care about their workers...I was there for a month and i couldnt take it anymore
Medication Technician (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 14, 2016
The company is not employee friendly. They only care about the money that's coming in, you have to fight to get your raise, there's no place for employees to store their belongings, there's favoritism, cliques, eveyone talks bad about everyone from administration to the employee as well as the residents. They write you up for the smallest things which is why they're always hiring. It seem to be a good company to work for at first, but after a while you begin to look for something else. Glad I left.
The residents they care more about the staff then the company
no advancement, no support from administration, a battle to get your raise or anything due to you.
Dietary Aide (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 14, 2016
A typical day at work is finding out that there is not enough or even what supposed to be on the menu, you go to management and they always have an excuse, what exactly do they get paid for, you can't go to human resources because you will never get correct information, the residents suffer on a daily basis because of the lack of food or none, the company is suffering and it's a shame, no communication at all,I won't be shocked if they are bought out by another food service company, they should because they don't care
LPN (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – January 22, 2016
The best part of my job is being able to help those in need and be the nurse that I can. I know that my residents depend on me to advocate for them and I love it. I am always there to help whether with a resident or peer and always do my best.
Personal Care Aide Med Certified (Former Employee) – Philadelphia PA – February 23, 2015
relationships developed between staff and residents made this place a wonderful place to work. Typical day was very busy with short staff, but we always made it work. Relationships between coworkers were very strong and we were always there to help each other out. Hardest part of the job was being understaffed, while the most enjoyable part of the job was the residents, they made work so much more enjoyable .
management/employee communication could have been better
Dietary Aide/Cook,utilities (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 18, 2015
I believe the mangement has no idea what they are doing but overall the people are ok. i beliebe the comp[any should consider hiring more people to help make the company raise there hiring people that dont what to work
Dining Server (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 22, 2015
On a regular day you coem in put your personal things away, check which section you will serving, and what your side work is! start your side work as far as setting us garnishes, soup stations, desserts. Than check to see who you will be serving so you can prep they're drinks and food
Assistant General Manager (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 13, 2013
It's been an enjoyable experience working in this part of the healthcare industry. The residents and co-workers are both great. My day usually consist of paperwork and monitoring dining services provided in the main dining area and the cafe area. We work as a team with other departments to execute any events for the residents.
Certified Nursing assistant (externship) (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 4, 2015
The Facility was real good at welcoming in the class I was in for the American Red Cross. The staff there was great and played a big role in our gain of knowledge by putting us in situations that could benefits us as well as a CNA.