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If i was to leave it would be due to the neglectful R.N and the very low rate of pay its very hard to work somewhere when you are one of the few there with compassion

Answered May 23, 2020

I think you better look in your managment team in San Antonio Texas because i can see you had good workers but the managers are doing whatever they want. Like someone said, when I company gets to big the head dosen't know what the tail is doing.You better listen to your workers because is not only a few.

Answered April 21, 2020

There was no interview. I walked in, and she started talking about my schedule.

Answered May 4, 2020

Pay workers competitively, don't let employees lose money or paid time off, for getting sick during this virus madness. The world is watching which companies have compassion for their workers, and those like Brookdale's of the world who seemingly only care about profits for investors. Institute fair business practices with employees, show you care. Yah right.

Answered March 30, 2020

The residents are worth the stress of management and lack of team work

Answered January 29, 2020

Yes they offer a tuition reimbursement, if the job pertains to Brookdales business.

Answered August 8, 2019

The honest answer is that it really depends on what location/state that you're in. I'm not understanding the people saying it only takes a few days to be hired, considering that you have to setup an interview. After that, you wait for HR to call you, that was my experience anyways, and it took them almost 2 weeks to call. There was paperwork that had to be filled out after the initial interview also, which held things up. Once hr called they setup a date/time for the drug test. After that it was getting $35 background check. A week later hr called to setup another meeting for tax paperwork/SS & ID. This has taken over 6 weeks and is the longest I've ever waited to start a new job. It all depends on where you're going to work and how badly they need you at the time.

Answered November 8, 2019

Have management be hands on just as much as the resident care associates and make sure that each employee knows their hard work is appreciated

Answered January 29, 2020

Manager constantly changed hours and days worked and didn't tell me. She consistently scheduled me on days I went to school all day after I'd told her a thousand times what days I couldn't work, she asked me to miss multiple days of class all the time.

Answered October 17, 2019
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