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$9.00 per hour. Every raise is either a quarter of 50 cents and it takes a lot of work to get that tiny increase. Management acts like they are doing employees a giant favor by throwing pennies at them. They are a cheap, greedy company.

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I dread going to work each day since the ED is terrible in Kenosha and co-workers are beyond lazy. She loves writing people up. It seems she gets brownie points from upper management for writing people up and generally being unfair.

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I work 8 hours no lunch break because you eat with your residents the food that Azura provides. I work 3 days a week and then every other weekend. Never had to work a 12 or 16.

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The work environment is negative and exhausting. You are expected to do your job without proper resources (supplies are always low/out) and the amount of residents to caregivers is too low to sufficiently care for the residents.

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5 day i believe not to sure

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Azura stopped drug testing employees quite some time ago. Of course, when they did test, enough employees purchased urine to use so the testing was unreliable anyway. Drug testing now would most likely wipe out quite a few employees from their pool

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Fair compensation for employees.

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Raises occur yearly but they literally give you pennies and act like it's some great deal. Azura contributes to the working poor of Wisconsin by not paying a living wage.

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Azura cloths

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