Caregiver/ Director (Former Employee) – West Lafayette, IN – April 20, 2017
Working at Westminster was so much fun! The residents and my team were great. I felt it was a little disorganized, however it was a work in progress:) Everyday I was taught something new by a resident and I loved going to work everyday.
Server (Former Employee) – Clarksville, IN – April 15, 2017
Working at Westminster you got to interact with the residents which was great. The work environment however was very stressful and drama filled. It wasn't a place that one would want to make a career out of do to the poor work environment.
When management doesn't care, neither do employees.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – April 12, 2017
My experience here started out nice. Just moved to Terre Haute, for school so i didn't know anyone. Most of the employees were nice and accepting of me. After i started on the floor by myself i realized how short staffed we were and they expected us to work and complete all of our tasks, showers, meals, charting, etc. There was no way possible, with the amount of call lights and only 2 aids it was extremely stressful. When someone would call in, it was almost impossible to cover shifts because noone wanted to come in on their only day off. After i started working there i went to talk to the scheduler and she said, that all CNA's were on 12 hours of mandatory overtime, which i was not told when i was hired.
free snacks, some nurses were helpful
working environment, management, staffing shortage, not being able to give the residents the time and compassion that they are paying for
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Dover, DE – April 5, 2017
Once you are employed, you see the nice & helpful side of everyone. Get to know your Employee Handbook and PSL rules! The receptionist job was simple, but HIPPA complicated everything...You had to read minds to get current information when you are Part-Time!
friendly faces at first
once you break one rule, you are harrassed until you get fired!
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – March 31, 2017
Not a bad place to work. Management is there to listen to the employees. They do also like to do little things to help keep the staff happy. The employees are all willing to help each other out to help improve patient care. There are a few employees that have been employed 20 plus years.
certified nursing assistant (Former Employee) – Dover, DE – March 23, 2017
The hardest part of the job, was being let go due to strict attendance policies within your first 90 days. Although I had no prior infractions, I was still let go, even though I had scheduled time off due to an emergency procedure. That was the only thing I thought was unfair. Other than that I loved my job, loved my residents and my fellow employees who really trained me thoroughly to the point when I was finally on my own, it was a slice of cake getting through the shift. The pay was great as well.
Food Service Director (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IL – January 26, 2017
it was a great fun place, the day start with daily production meeting food prep begin, catering function for the day are review, ordering, checking in product, cooking, greeting our residents, making sure they re happy with their service, food
MDS Coordinator (Current Employee) – Spanish Fort, AL – August 24, 2016
Working at Westministrr has been a joy. I've held many different positions from Medcart nurse, restorative, wound care , House supervisor, Staff nurse and Interim DON. The entire staff works as a team.
Dining Room Server (Former Employee) – Spanish Fort, AL – August 3, 2016
DO NOT GO HERE WORK HERE OR BRING YOUR PARENTS HERE. I used to work here and they are very unprofessional every department I worked in the dining room and the mangers are very lazy unprofessional rude and show favoritism. I'm sorry to say if your black you get treated unfairly unlike your white co-workers. The work place is to hot and they still expect you to do your job in those conditions like your a slave basically. You don't get paid enough to deal with the residences and the management bs. No matter how much you do for them they still find someway to complain and they pick on you if you let them. I do not recommend this place to nobody. And I give this place 0 stars but it wouldn't let me post it without selecting one.
Free lunch but half of the time it wasn't any for the employees or the food was ba.
bgghx• Demonstrated proficiency in taking vitals • Assisted residents with ADL’s, feeding, ROM exercises, monitoring vitals and reporting abnormalities • Displayed a positive and professional attitude to all residents and families at all times
PTA PRN (Current Employee) – Clarksville, IN – May 17, 2016
As a PRN PTA, the Westminster rehabilitation staff allows a PRN staff member to quickly assimilate into the working environment with excellent progress and daily notes, to provide a consistent and transparent quality of care for each resident.
The staff is professional and have an excellent working knowledge of all pathologies associated with geriatric care.
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Bloomington, IL 61701 – May 16, 2016
I took a cut in hours for a better position as to gain experience and eventually be able to further my career options and unfortunately because I did this, healthcare, vision care, dental care, gym membership were no longer available to me. Only thing I have disliked, besides that I've had amazing co-workers and bosses and the most enjoyable part is showing love and compassion for residents and meeting their families and showing them how well their family is cared for.
Waitstaff (Former Employee) – Muncie, IN – March 24, 2016
When I clocked in at the beginning of my shift I would take a room tray cart to the kitchen with me, it would be filled and delivered to each hall with room trays to be served to the residents. The residents who did not get room trays would come to the dinning hall to be served. They were prepared and served meals. After everyone was done and left, we bused tables and cleaned
Waitstaff (Former Employee) – Muncie, IN – December 14, 2015
A typical day at WV in dietary services: your shift starts and you make room trays then serve meals to your residents. You bus tables and reset. If you're on the evening shift you do snacks. The co-workers are easy to get along with. The hardest part of the job is losing residents. The most enjoyable part of the job is the look on a resident's face when you do something nice for them.