Aria Health Employee Reviews
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This definitely isn’t a good place to work. Most of the residents there are either homeless, a drug addict or an alcoholic. They let the residents speak very nastily to the workers and then blame the workers for it. Management is no help they just act like there’s nothing wrong. Residence go across the street to a house over there and get high and drunk and nobody from management does anything about it. Not a safe place to work.
They fix the holes in the parking lot
Overworked and under paid!
Work-life balanceIt was often times I had to work a floor with only two VNCNA s when it was suppose to be 4. The third floor had a nurse that was under the influence of substance. The first year was ok. The second year was terrible they hired 3 different DON s the last one used a friend to hire from a agency to work as a cNA and she caused a lot of trouble. She seemed to be on drugs.She also dropped resident out of a lift that was a ambutee. This friend would tell lies on the staff to get them fired .The DON was turning on staff. The ADON she had was her Freind was very rude to the residents and staff telling them they better do this and that. One resident called authorities along with staff that worked there for a long time. That DON was finally let go after being verbally abusive. It use to be a decent place to work even though they could not seem to get the payroll right often. I have good co workers and appreciate working their the first year. Sorry to give this report . Hopefully it is much better now.Pay & benefitsSome ppl where paid differently , unfairlyJob security and advancementYou can advance if you go to school for nursingManagementYou have to be strong and direct because it’s a turn over you might get someone who cares or not.CultureIt is good experience and is inner city culture.OverallTurn over in managerment , but the staff works together. So you never know what you have to deal with in management. Just focus on patient care do your best. Watch you pay check. They make errors.The CEO and owners are great. Unfortunately the manager was a night - more...
This company is a great place to work. The staff is always helpful and happy to assist you with anything you need. The company is now Jefferson Health. I can not speak of the new change. I can say, if the staff I've had got the pleasure to get to know is still with the company, this is one of the best places I have had the pleasure of working at.
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Not much room for advancement,very poor management. Barely gave raises. You cant trust anyone. Your overworked and not compensated for the work they expect out of you. The only convenient thing for me was the location. I wanted to go back to school for nursing, I got my schedule. Change approved by higher up management, which my manager knew about and when the time came for classes to start my manager wouldn't allow me to change my schedule. Basically forcing me to leave.
Location, health benefits
Short breaks, poor management, lack of compassion, no room to advance
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Working at Aria i as able to put things l learned in school to work and be able to help people understand there bills and get help. I was also able to learn more position this i like cause i was able to help different dept when needed
learning more depts
not enough hours
Under staffed, under paid, over worked, unorganized, equipment never works, computer crashes, supplies are limited, can't hire extra help due to budget issues, while execs have cushy salaries and bonuses, less budget means more bonuses for management
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I work at the Frankford campus and the staff is TOP NOTCH compared to the other campuses. Very friendly and willing to help- the other campuses were great too but the difference in the staff is huge, especially considering the dangerous neighborhood it is in
When I first started I really enjoyed working for the company, now that the company is merging with Jefferson it has become a horrible place to work. My manager is rude and offensive, everyone is scared they are getting fired and the morale is at an all time low. I used to recommend my department to others now I don’t even want people to know I work here.