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What is the most stressful part about working at Affinity Living Group?

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Home Office staff very incompetent and Administration constantly hiring incompetent staff justbto fill a void.

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Everything.

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Very stressful. They don't have the right equipment for the residents. You got to be pulling and lifting residents that are more bedridden than can help themselves. Management is very poor all they do is collecting a paycheck. This place either needs to close or change management. The state needs to step in and close it down completely. Then a new company needs to open it that knows what they doing and run it right.

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Poor corporate management, no support for staff, improper training and tools to do the job.

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The most stressful part is getting everyone to work as a team. Also, it’s extremely stressful when management is not on the same page.

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The most stressful part is working without Teamwork!!!! You can never get the job done without the support of a team and that's management included.

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No one knows what is going on ever in the Burnsville location. They cant keep a LPN because they treat them like trash.

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No one listens, the managers that actually do care leave because they can’t get support they need, leave us with people who don’t care about their staff or residents, it is sad

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Company is based out of Noth Carolina Support office is beautiful however communities are not well kept Corporate personal have no clue as to what it’s like to work in a community Definately operate in different worlds. Sad to say the vision of the COO is not translated thru the field. To many upper managers that don’t really care about the services we are to provide. Most days are spent fighting to do what is right against your own home office. No money, bills aren’t paid, employees get paper check verses direct deposit, benefits are to costly for community staff. It’s just a horrible place to work

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I would say the technological differences when speaking with comminutes would be the most stressful part. Sometimes it is hard to remember that others aren't always on the same page, so you need to be patient and walk through everything step by step.

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