Pay more and have enough people on each shift to take care of the job, maybe hire someone as a PRN or floter for busy days and times.
Answered - Resident Care Provider (Former Employee) - DeSoto, TX
Fire the troublemakers including the E.D.
Answered - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) - Appleton, WI
Answered - Cook (Former Employee) - Hoffman Estates, IL golf rd.
CARE not just say it show it. Increase pay by more than just a few cents increase by dollars. Listen to care team when it comes to preferred hours and stop bouncing and using care team to fit there selfish needs. Talk to care team as adults and not as children. Watch tone when speaking with care team. I could go on but I will leave it at this.
Answered - Med Tech/Resident Assistant (Former Employee) - Sumter, SC
Work with each employee 1 on 1 to assure that you're giving them what they need.
Answered - Resident Assistant (Current Employee) - Greenville, NC
Answered - LPN Supervisor (Current Employee) - Middleton, WI
Leave the drama at home
Answered - Caregiver (Former Employee) - Memphis, TN