Questions and Answers about Five Star Senior Living

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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Five Star Senior Living a better place to work?

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Dismantle the whole company and start again

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Provide Incentives for retention and reward employees who are prompt and don't call out.

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I would actually "listen" to what my employees have to say, instead of assuming the worse scenario. I would not "talk down to them" or be demeaning in any way. This is definitely a problem that management has and needs to be corrected before you will ever have 'happy employees"!!

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I would get rid of some higher up management and get rid of all the drama and attitudes

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I would make it a more diverse culturally place to work and inviting and comfortable for all employees up every ethnicity and or gender

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Object: Anyone working with Seniors, should have a (hospitality personality). Caring, Appreciating, Respecting the Efforts & (CARE) in this Humble/Gifted Career! Of such Precious Jewels, should never be demised; otherwise find yourself another CRAFT, you're unfit 💯% of this HONORED Career!

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Would. Have outside people to look in on my managers.

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Do not hire some one to work hear, when they are working on a project of there own, they will not
do a good job.

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Company undergoing major cutbacks and financial problems because of low census nationally. They hired a rude and demeaning regional director in NC who blames nursing staff shortages on the staff in the building instead of being honest about the low pay driving people away.

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Every morning managers should schedule meetings with the staff for at least 15 to 20 min to talk about how was the day before if it was not good, then try other strategies to make staff and residents be more comfortable. Give a little wow on staff that is trying their best. This way others will follow to succeed. JT.

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