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Horrible, Horrible, Horrible Pay. They expect you to do the work of three or four people with little pay. Forget asking about a raise. The management will accept any resident into the building regardless of their behaviors with no thought to why they should’ve denied the resident.
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great place to work

While all jobs have their ups and downs and no one is perfect, overall is a good place to work. This place has staff who have been here for a long time. You can form friendships with the other employees as much as you would like. The managers do attempt to get to know you. managers will pitch in and help.


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A typical day in my day working at the facility is always an early start. You are supposed to be in the facility no later than 6 AM. Food is supposed to be prepared for the breakfast service by the night shift, but that isn't always the case, leaving kitchen staff to hurry and make something quickly. Occasionally, night shift will leave their dirty dishes for you to clean, taking your help away with setting up the dining areas and preparing for the morning meal.Management is notoriously cold and very strict, and room for promotion being very limited to outright nonexistent depending on the department. Other department leaders will micromanage you and make your job a lot harder than it needs to be, or outright refuse to help you in any way. Important tasks that you have to complete don’t matter to your manager, and they will have you do what they want, opposed to helping do your job of taking care of the residents first and foremost. The pay is also abysmal as a dietary aide, and in the kitchens, only the kitchen manager makes more than minimum wage. If you need to call in sick, you have to call both the facility and your supervisor two hours before your shift, but being as early as it is, calling your supervisor to notify them isn't exactly possible due to them still being asleep at that hour.Workplace culture is also pretty toxic in the kitchen, with other shifts throwing you under the bus constantly. It isn't about how hard you do your job, it's about trying to become the manager's friend. Your own coworkers in your own department will stab you in the back whenever they - 


Free breakfast and lunch, multiple breaks, every other weekend off


Bad management, hostile work environment, very early starts, minimum wage
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3.3 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
2.0 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
2.3 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
2.3 out of 5 stars for Management
2.7 out of 5 stars for Culture

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