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If you were to leave Brookdale, what would be the reason?

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I left because the old workers sleeping and put the new workers to do their job no one cares that they sleeps

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Underpaid, undertrained and understaffed. Always hiring teens right out of high school with little work ethic and mood swings to boot. Residents are wonderful and deserve better

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Management favoritism High turnover of nurses Let regular staff go or cut them for new employees

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Management

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No team work and managers are very rude

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Middle management is unethical when having local management take a resident off of care because they do not have a payor source when the resident was accepted for care and it was known that there was no payor source in place. The common question asked was “ when will the patient die, how long do they have left?”

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No appreciation, underpaid, no Shift differential, one raise a year that’s only $.15, poor management,Management act like they care about the residence but they only care about the money making from them

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To make a good living. You’re getting underpaid, and if you have a family for the salary you’re getting, chances are you’re not gunna be making the best money when you could be getting better. I also got mandated every week, so say goodbye to your social life, especially if you work second shift. Nobody wants to turn off alarms, having them go off for literally ten minutes.

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For better district/regional support and to be a part of a truly open door policy company

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Micro management and no one is held accountable, nurse aides run the community

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