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Well it looks to me that all the management was fired this past month! My parents are there!!! That tells you something!!

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We ask that you apply online before setting an interview and then we have an Interview Guide that is used by our Directors to question on a variety of topics. These topics will include your Commitment, Experience, Customer Service, etc.

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The timeline can vary from person to person, depending on the state you are seeking employment. It will typically take two weeks on average to complete our screening processes.

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Unless your in one of the management positions, this isn't the place to work at if your expecting anything close to a decent hourly wage! That being said, expect the hourly payed employees to consist of, high school kids who's parents made them go out and get an afterschool/weekend job and anyone else who's needing a second job, just to pay the rent and bills.. Add that team up, and your left with too many kids working their first job, and honestly could care less about the job and don't even know the meaning of taking pride in what you do. What's left are all the under paid, over worked, and under appreciated single parents, the ones who need job #2, and there's always a few that have been there for 10 to 20 years, and they still make less then the annoying 16 year old server, who's always texting someone! Yet Atria's brass still sits their, scratching their heads as to why there's so much turnover!!?? Sadly, it's the residents and the employees who suffer, while the corporate heads laugh at all the money that they get! I repeat, all the money that THEY get! Do yourself a favor, run away right now if your thinking of working here! To those that are still there, WTF are you still doing there?!?!

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At first I was proud. Then it became apparent that the administrators are EXTREMELY rude and do not know much at all about their residents. The hands on staff does.

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We hold a New Hire Orientation for you to learn everything related to Atria and then you will be part of a well developed training program for all our care staff. We teach scenarios, basic caregiving, CPR/First Aid, and more!

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Please feel free to apply on our careers website, https://atriaseniorliving.com/careers, to further this discussion and explore potential opportunities!

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Thank you for expressing interest in Atria! We see ourselves as a leader in the senior living industry, which you are able to be part of when you join our team. We strive to make every opportunity available to our staff to grow with us in the coming years! It's not just a job, but a chance to be part of an extraordinary life!

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Our shifts may vary slightly depending on the community, but the 1st shift will typically start at 6 AM or 7 AM. Shifts will then change over every 8 hours!

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The cost of meals are factored into the resident's monthly bill so there are no checks given at the end of meals.

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