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Do your company have high turn overs?

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Good question! Our turnover varies by location and is based on a number of different factors. However it is a priority for us to maintain our excellent Enlivant staff!

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I can tell you first hand that this Company has great vision and values but it is just words on paper. There is nothing to support their "vision and values." It is very unfortunate and sad. High stress, poor communication. Focus is on keeping the rooms full everything else is way after that. They do not value their employees whatsoever. Very sad.

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Yes! They can not keep employees because of how poorly and overworked and underpaid they are

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Corporate does'nt care for their employees and everyone at my enlivant facility in Georgia knows it, that is exactly why half of the staff that has been there for years has quit to work somewhere else. We are all overworked and is not paid what we are worth. But corporate fails to realize that there would be no enlivant if not for their employees so we all at least deserve to be respected and acknowledged! Everytime corporate comes to visit they always stay locked up in the ED office while every worker is running around like a chicken with their head cut off trying to find ways to please them. When corporate finally exits the ED office they only speak to the relevant people everyone else who isn't working behind a desk are completely ignored and looked down upon. This is one of THE most selfish, inconsiderate, boujeeist company I have ever worked for! I would recomend people to overlook this place the stress is not worth your time!

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Horrible turnover. Too few staff for high need residents burn out happens quickly. Especially when you can go around the corner and make substantialy more with less work. As ED at one point, I was cooking, driving the bus, organizing activities and working the floor periodically. Brutal. Was very happy going to a different company.

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Huge turnover! I’m on my last two weeks even though I literally worked at my last company over 13 years! This company doesn’t care about employees or residents...they only care about money!

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Yes. We go through on average at least 1-2 employees a month. Most are hired without expeirence only out of convienence, are improperly trained and thrown to the wolves after one, MAYBE two days of training. My current director had a thing for hiring part-time strippers.

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Yes with the new ed cannot keep works and the residents are moving out at a fast pace if something isn’t done they end up going out business I worked there 6 years want sometime off and got denied I was part time so I didn’t get pto hours

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Horrible turnover. Management expects more and wants to pay less. One can only be expected do the job of 2+ people for so long.

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Yes because they want to pay you to do 1 job but you end up doing 5 job with no room for advancement

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