Working in a hostile work environment every day
Being treated unfairly or going unrecognized for good work by management
Answered - Concierge (Current Employee) - West Palm Beach, FL
Coordinating more training for updates and information due to limited outside resources.
Answered - Clinical Care Coordinator, Admissions (Current Employee) - Reno, NV
Working hard, looking for nothing in return, but hard work going unoticed. Not even a Thank you for picking up slack after the chef left. The cooks and servers are so under appreciated!!
It was only stressful when I started working a full time job along with going to school full time.
Answered - Activities Assistant (Former Employee) - Pleasant Prairie, WI
As stated before, management is horrible and 14-15 hour days for nurses are common. Charting system is ridiculously time consuming, part paper, part Electronic. Unqualified people filling roles vital to a successful facility. Constantly hiring nurses but new ones don't stay long , keeping the workload impossible.
Back stabbing petty atmosphere.
Answered - EMERITUS (Former Employee) - Voorhees, NJ
The lack of staff
Answered - Server (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
As a nurse it was not a bad place to work. As long as you can get your documentation done in the home with your visit.
Answered - Home Health Clinical Manager (Former Employee) - Richmond va
Constant interuptions, not having the ability to concentrate to do work do to 2 other people in the same office, one is nonstop talking. Having to answer all phone calls and the front door for everyone coming into and leaving the community.