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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Brookdale Senior Living a better place to work?

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Put the RESIDENTS first. Simple as that.

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If I was in charge of Brookdale Senior Living facility I will make sure that I understand listen be there for the staff and Residence at all times if the resident associate is not available because they are busy with other residents I would pitch in to make things go smoothly

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I wouldn't make morning meeting so miserable. I wouldn't do roll call like a school child for my employees either.

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Listen to employees. Be more hands on and involved. Show appreciation to everyone!!

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More than one nurse for 43 residents

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Better pay and benefits

Answered - Resident Assistant (Former Employee) - Salisbury, NC

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Make it a requirement that Assisted Living Directors physically work on the floor once or twice a week to better understand what challenges their staff face daily.

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Spend the money and have enough help, also hire people to just serve instead of using caregivers . I have worked for brookdale for 4 years and that is the biggest complaint, as a med tech i would pass meds in memory and assisted living serv food wash dishes and caregive in any given day. no wonder there are falls and residents moveout they pay alot of money to be there to get so little care because of understaffing. plus higher pay.

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Better pay and better hours

Answered - Night Shift caregiver (Former Employee) - Albany, OR

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Exit interviews to learn from mistakes- so many good /successful people leave and company doesn’t see the common denominator

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