The employees make the organization. The management does not.
Wellness Coordinator (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – August 29, 2018
Management is not to be trusted. Watch your back. Long term employees released and jobs eliminated without any notice. No loyalty. Wages are not commensurate with experience and lack of support for career development.
Management has no respect for their long term employees and their commitment to Frasier.
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – April 2, 2018
Very disappointing place to work. The leadership/management team have no idea what they are doing and the place functions only because of over-worked, dedicated staff. The CEO and his "leadership" team are a joke. This place needs to be reorganized with a whole new management team. The residents are paying so much money to live here and they deserve better. Unethical decisions are being made regarding residents' care. Shame on the leadership team and Board of Directors for letting things get to this place and allowing it to continue dispite reports of employees reporting their concerns.
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – March 27, 2018
Poor leadership. No training or support. Many staff have gone years without having adequate training or support from their supervisors. Focus is on the new building but the residents and staff currently living/working are being forgotten. The onboarding process was poor-one day of computer training for basic info, the rest is "figure it out on your own." Very disappointing. Management needs to wake up but I don't think they care enough to change.
Manager (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – March 6, 2018
Management is not available and does not support staff. Management is most concerned about making money and making sure their apartments are filled. Staff are overworked and staff are taking on roles that they are not trained for. The leadership team makes it clear that they do not want to make changes. There is no onboarding or training and staff are left to fend for themselves. The mgmt team has no sense of what is going on in the day to day operations, but ultimately they make the final decisions about things. Staff are very stressed and unhappy. Poor communication. Many staff that are in leadership positions do not have the skills to carry out their job responsibilities. There is a lack of support and guidance. Many of the management team members speaks poorly about staff. Management is not aware of the policies or procedures, or there aren't any in place. Bad behavior-unethical decisions-by leadership is allowed.
Personal Care Worker (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – February 11, 2018
I love working here, everyone is friendly, lots of opportunity for growth within the company. The PTO is amazing, and all employees receive discounted meals at the restaurant inside.Its also a beautiful building, well maintained. Amazing view of Flat Irons.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – July 7, 2017
Frasier Meadows cares deeply about their residents as well as their employees. Constructive criticism is always taken into consideration and they reward employees through positive reinforcement, which makes anyone happy to work there. My only issue is the Relias training that's due every month because it's hard to get that done while taking care of residents but that is my only complaint.
PM Chef (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – January 17, 2017
Frasier Meadows is not a bad place to work. Everyone has fun during their shifts .Management needs to be more involved with the staff. At times and most of the time your co-workers can make you the point of interest. Not in a good way.