Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Lake Worth, FL – March 14, 2018
It's a great job, very easy, lots of fun. The only thing is that the pay is terrible, for all of the work that you'll do. And at my location some of the people that are over the depts. are pretty rude.
I worked less than 20 hours a week. Not a stressful job.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 10, 2018
Working part time was a good fit for me .As a receptionist in the evening things were slow paced. I was able to visit more with the residents and assist them if necessary. I also got to visit with the different family's and get to know them better. I worked with some very nice people as well.
Director of Nursing/Resident Services Director (Former Employee) – Salisbury, MD – March 7, 2018
Worked 50 plus hours as a manager while the sales man received bonuses on tours that he did not do. ED and sales would allow anyone to move in to collect bonus even if it were unsafe for staff and resident.
productive,relaxed environment,professional,and a good group of employees to work with
Wait Staff (Former Employee) – Port Jefferson, NY – March 7, 2018
I'd clock in then I'd get the menu's for the days meals,make sure the dinning room is clean before the residents enter for breakfast then when they are finished the dinning room gets cleaned then reset for lunch ect.I learned the way to be professional and that customer service is important in any job because in some way your always dealing with customers.The environment I was working in was fantastic,and so professional I would recommend the job to anyone. the hardest part of the job was leaving the coworkers and the residents I grew attached to.The most enjoyable part of the job was the never ending gratitude and the smiles that I recived on a daily basis
the respect and love of the residents and the co workers
The residents are great and the environment is great! Learning and being surrounded by the elder resident's who have endured so much over their years of life is amazing. Atria definitely caters to their residents to ensure happiness and comfort.
Activity Director (Current Employee) – Newport Beach California – March 4, 2018
Currently in the middle of an acquisition, I truly am enjoying my new role and all the tools that Atria provides. There's absolutely no reason for not succeeding with this company. During the transition everything has been a little stressful but getting better everyday. I look forward to my future with Atria!
All the tools you need to be successful. And the support is always available
Although they offer health insurance, it could be a better plan .
Resident Services Supervisor (LPN) (Current Employee) – Great Neck, NY – March 2, 2018
Atria is a great place to work. There is lots of room for growth and advancement but you have to pay your dues. Atria provides all the training and tools needed to succeed to those that are willing to learn.
Nice place. Love my new dn and assistant dn. But the ed not so much. Love the things rhey do as far as nursing. Residents come first. Ttying to get people to work as a team. We are getting there. Lg is nice.
waitstaff (Former Employee) – Andover, MA – February 26, 2018
atria is a horrible place they do not care about the employees they are willing to let people as the please no one has a secured job there everyone is scared to eve work because of the management team and the horrible training for me i only got a 4 hour training out of the week of training that they offered to give but that didn't bother them at all.
SALES MANAGER (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – February 21, 2018
Awesome company with high quality standard is what stands out when I was employed with them back in 2004. Though the facility I worked at (Fremont) underwent corporate changes at that time, Atria was on top to usher the organization and continued providing excellent care to the residents
Life Guidance Director (Former Employee) – Kingwood, TX – February 19, 2018
When I first started working there everyone always tried to ensure that I felt welcome. Always trying to help me with whatever I needed to do. They were always very helpful and tried to make me feel like family