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One could not find a better place to work if you are a peoples person then you are in the right place. The employees all work together as a team with no bickering or backbiting going in within the job. Find one of the Columbia Care Services and apply, you will not be disappointed.

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To many bosses and the Managers are very sneaky about the health conditions in the rooms and the hole Facility

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Staff are not valued as real people with real lives. Executive managment forms personal bias and judgements against employees who dont fit thier “cookie cutter” image. Opionions from thier managers often fall on deaf ears. Staff retention is a huge problem for Columbiacare.

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Listen to the employees and take a hard look at management, starting with the CCRC administrator and the regional manager.

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Medical,and PTO

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Provide to the ones who live there more healthy foods and less of the cheap and greasy items.

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Say to the supervisors whatever it is that can make them laugh.

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I would provide opportunities for staff trainings as a group. It is impossible for staff to support one another if they are speaking different languages. I would also change the dismissal policy.It is random and subject to each individual supervisor. There is not company guidelines. I am aware of someone who was fired because her jacket smelled of marijuana. She worked at a plant trimming site as a second job. She was told by a coworker that her coat smelled. So she took it off and left it in her car. She was still fired for this little mistake. Personally, I was fired the day after I made a call to Wage and Hour Department to discuss no pay for sleep over time, but being required to stay on site. One of my supervisors overheard the conversation. When I approached him to say I was just gathering information, he said to me, "If you dont like it maybe it's time for you to find a new job." When I asked why I was being fired I was told to contact HR. When I did, they could not give me a reason.

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