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Fsl used to be a good place to work.I would not recommend Fsl anymore. Corporate personnel are arrogant and have a fault finding mentality with staff. A good place to start in order to correct this job killing philosophy would be for every Corporate employee be required to work a full 40 hour week as a BHT in one of the homes for at least one month.

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July 1st, 2017 is the day FSL decided that they want to be about the money instead of the clients or staff. You can find work else where for more pay and less headache. Very sneaky Admin. BTW they have a button on the charting, that is a bed with an arrow pointing to the money sign $. That should tell you everything you need to know about the company. If you get a job in admin, take it and you will be treated with royalty until you cross "her". Anyone who worked for the company knows who. BHT, BHPP, even Nurses please don't waste your time here.

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Prepare to be overworked and unappreciated. Fsl can not retain nurses in the homes so staff is required to take on nursing responsibilities...you will be blamed for any & all medication errors even if whatever happened was not your fault

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I would never consider working at fsl again.Corporate management needs a thorough housecleaning.They make the rules but don't have a clue as to what is needed in the individual group homes.All the openings for help needed should give the job applicants a huge clue.

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Do not recommend fsl. In home staff are overworked and unappreciated

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Fsl is not a great place to work

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Corporate personnel needs a really thorough housecleaning. Maybe then fsl would be a decent place to work.

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Fsl used to be a good place to work but recent in home staff changes hurt many people..responsibilities are time crushing and many clients belong in more stringent surroundings like nursing home or state hospital.one staff per shift is next to impossible. I don't recommend Fsl

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If you love going to work, you are either a new hire or replaced a staff due to shift reorganization and landed in a better work environment for yourself. Another person was displaced to make your gain possible

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Also loved my job until shifts were changed without any input from or consideration for current staff..Corporate decisions hurt many people with a "take it or leave it" mentality. Fsl is now understaffed in the homes and apparently unconcerned with the quality of care provided..client's are losing their 1:1 time with staff..it now takes approximately 2 hrs to complete charting for each shift and some houses have 2 or more very difficult clients who require exceptional attention from the staff.Fsl no longer strives to rehabilitate , but rather accepts SMI clients with needs outside of reasonable care , especially while cutting back on the number of staff on each shift (all to save money)

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