The management sucks! The director for the dietary aide is very rude and isn't fair to its employees. The working environment was terrible all people did was tell on each other and gossip about each other.
Working there its self with the residents was fine but it was challenging but you have to get used to it.
Talking to the residents
It is hard and you have to be very patient with them
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Bridgewater NJ – October 22, 2015
This company is all lies, there's no elevator so housekeeping must carry heavy equipment from and to the basement. You apply for a certain job, and once you start working you're doing jobs that you never applied for. Housekeeping supervisors are just bad to work with. He has a nasty way of talking to the elders on the job. But the best thing about this job, is the co-workers (not all) and the elderly who are so nice. Sad when an elderly time is up.
the benefits are great, workers once they open up are great to work with
Miss a day of work due to Snow or any bad weather you're out of there.
A regular day is when there are the seven aides for the floor. If you have good co-workers the work flow will move good. The hardest part of the job is getting the work done in a timely fashion when co-workers call out.
Every floor isn't the same, management could be better
There's alot of in-services and parties and food on holidays
A typical day at work consists of: •Checking the medication room daily, and stocking appropriately •Bringing supplies when needed/asked •Acting as the liaison between the Purchasing department and the various department staff •Obtaining itemized lists for office and nursing supplies •Assisting the purchasing director •Filling out order form for weekly nursing supply order •Letting purchasing director know when more supplies are needed from various vendors •Maintaining PAR levels
My coworkers: Really are some of the sweetest, kind-hearted people I've ever worked with.
The hardest part of my job: Is wanting to get more training to be more self-sufficient.
The most enjoyable part of the job: Is helping solve issues, and getting things done so the residents can be happy and recover with ease.
Hard to talk to some departments (HR and such) but that's being worked on.