CHI Living Communities
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About the company

  • CEO
    Prentice O. Lipsey
    80%
    approve of Prentice O. Lipsey's performance
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Nursing Care Facilities
  • Headquarters
    930 South Wynn Rd. Oregon, OH 43616
  • Link
    CHI Living Communities website
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QMAP/Caregiver in Denver County, CO
on April 21, 2022
Long stressful and understaffed days, with no help from any departments or admins. Admins always expect us to get our job done and everyone else's job. Task given outside our job description, goes unnoticed, and expect to be done better and 'timely' manner, a struggle with no help. Overtime is expected but appreciated when they want too, Admins/ directors promises bonus, but they never given out, also with false amounts they will giving, promised 100, and given 60. Residents are great and provided with enough care, it would better if they would hire people and not rely on the ones they have. They pay favoritism with resident and staff, taking care of them ones who bring more to the company (Money), even if we don't have the proper tools to take care of them, they still give fake promises to the families so they can move them in, space or no space. terrible at training new staffs allowing them to do CNA or Hospice work with no license.
Caregiver in Denver, CO
on March 22, 2022
This place has been a hug let down. This company is not innovative and does not accept ideas for retaining staff. They are always short staff and expect you to pick up shifts without any incentives which leads to burn out and a revolving door for the manager. There is no support from management except from your other coworkers and DON. Not alot of incentives to work here like other places with on call bonus, referral bonus, shift pick up bonus. And they also don't do agency. It sucks. Nothing changes.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant in Johnston, IA
on March 16, 2022
The most enjoyable part of the job was the residents. That is what I looked forward too. Learning and know things about their families. And also meeting their families.
Dietary Aide/Cook in Centerville, OH
on March 13, 2022
I found the staff to appear helpful when you first start, but once you are there for awhile things change. A lot of the staff has been there for years and don’t have to meet any expectations. You’ll also find that the staff that has been there for years tend to disappear during shifts or just hang out in the office, leaving you by yourself. As a new employee, you’re expected to do everything while also making sure you don’t go into OT. You get blamed for not having prep done, even if it is due to management not ordering the product needed to complete the food prep. As soon as you have to call off sick for a legitimate reason or put in your two week notice, you can expect to be treated unfairly by the supposed supervisors in the department. The drama and backstabbing that happens here is childish. Furthermore, no standard operating procedures are followed in this kitchen. Temperature logs are never filled out for food coming out of the oven or while the food is in the steam table during meal times. There is a recipe book, but it’s never looked at or followed. If the long-time supervisor cared or was actually dedicated to his job, you would think he would be pushing employees to follow what is required by the health department for the safety of residents consuming the food.
Host in Spring, TX
on November 12, 2021
they make us do everything the bussers do except there is no bussers at all. Manager is passive aggressive. The customers yell at you and then the servers yell at you also.

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