FORT VANCOUVER ASSISTED LIVING Careers and Employment
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Residents are not taken care of properly at this facility, neither are their employees. They ignore their residents needs, especially if it's a medical issue. They say they put family first for their employees, but they are always short staffed because no one wants to work there so family never comes first. Tragedy strikes in life and they are not there to back you up. They told me to come back when my life calms down. Ha! Thanks but no thanks!
Medication Aide in Vancouver, WA
on January 12, 2021
The residents there were amazing to work with and help guide you through your shift and honestly cared about your feelings. The bad side of working at Fort Vancouver was there was bed bugs that were untreated for many of months and they are always way understaffed to where you had to pull a lot of doubles. The caregivers didn't care what time they came in as long as they showed up
Caregiver in Vancouver, WA
on August 29, 2019
While working I would first hand serve drinks and food to the residents and assist with they're food accommodations. They were funny and entertaining, and the staff would always pull together for a team effort day
Dietary Aide in Vacouver Washington
on May 1, 2017
My co workers did not communicate well they left interns alone and they were constantly outside smoking or on their cell phones,
CAREGIVER in Vancouver, WA
on November 17, 2016
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