If you only worked the job you were hired for it would be fine. However, so many employees keep leaving, your job responsibilities keep changing in order to cover those who have left. You will work taking care of the residents, work in the kitchen, serve in the dining room, do the laundry, help at the front desk plus be tested EVERY MONTH on rules and regulations - no employee is exempt. What they pay does not make up for all you do. It could be so much better but it isn't.
Like every job in the world it depends on who you work with . I loved my manager and she did what she could for us.
Most of the staff is great, there are a few on day shift that are horrible and rude to new employees which is why I didn’t stay beyond a week. I overheard them gossiping about other staff memebrs and putting them down. Yet they would go and take an hour lunch and the ED sees this and does nothing except encourage this behavior. I actually overheard her talking with them. Not the type of environment I want to work in. Dillsburg, Pa
There were people like me that worked very hard.
Answered - CMA/CNA (Former Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK
Terrible. No complaints were paid attention to, favorites were chosen, and they would rather fire you and get a new hire than give you a yearly raise.
Answered - Resident Assistant (Former Employee) - New Jersey
Lazy spoiled well off white women. If they had to do our jobs lifting wiping/cleaning debating with the resident tjeu couldn't they are fake
Answered - RA (Former Employee) - Jackson, TN
The work place was very intense and lacked team work.Overall everyone was caring to the residents but not always kind to one another.
Answered - Personal Care Aide /Med Tech (Former Employee) - Berwick Pa