Most of the Nursing staff were wonderful to work with and would help the aides in a pinch
GCNA (Former Employee) – Easton, MD – June 13, 2015
Overall it is a good place to work The typical day would start with a review of the shift before I learn to have a lot of patience for our residents management was good Like most places you have the good and the bad in co-workers hardest part of the job was losing a resident bring joy to my residents and knowing I was doing the best I could for them
Very productive and a fun work place from time to time
Line Server, Salad Prep and waitress (Former Employee) – Easton, MD – June 18, 2013
I loved this job!! It was very productive and fun especially when I was taking my college classes. The hours was great because I have a family, the pay just was not all the great. Even though we worked 2 and a half hours it seem like with all the work, we worked a full 8 hour shift. I learned different types and Unique foods. How to prepare some meals, how to properly set a table. Management was sometimes okay but could become better. The hardest part of the job was to deal with the residence that had nasty attitudes. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new friends and interacting with the residents that appreciate you.
CGNA (Current Employee) – Comp. care – December 18, 2012
It's a good place to work, even though management can be tough sometimes. I love working with my coworkers and my residents. I'm there for the residents who need my help. Go in at 3 and start putting residents to bed that want to go to bed, then shower the ones that need to be showered, and then get the ones up for dinner, then take my lunch break and put everyone to bed, and keep checking on them and answering call bells.
Too many changes that do not make sense and go against, Best Practices. Employees expected to work their hours and be "on call" with no compensation. If someone calls out, you are expected to cover for them and get your own work completed on time.
A typical day at work would consist of me coming to work, looking at the production sheets and preparing all the foods on the production sheets. Then i would set-up the Lunch tray line and serve it. After Lunch, i would break down the tray line and prepare the foods for the Dinner tray line. After setting up the Dinner tray line i would serve it and then break it down.
free lunch, good pay
a lot of people came to work with negative attitudes.