Good Samaritan Society
3.4 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Randy Bury
  • Founded
    1922
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Benefits

Employees at Good Samaritan Society have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Retirement plan
Health insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Health savings account
Signing bonus
Referral program
Flexible schedule
401k matching
Tuition reimbursement

Rating overview

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Reviews

CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant in Mountain Lake, MN
on November 27, 2021
It was overall a good experience of working under pressure, residents were main priority but it was difficult to work with others who don’t see eye to eye and just want to get the job done. People scheduled for shift last call in pat minute and we end up being short staff which takes a big toll on work performance and time of clocking out which we also get in trouble for.
Receptionist in Albuquerque, NM
on November 20, 2021
Good Samaritan society -Manzano Del Sol in Has wonderful people that work there. Which is needed when dealing with this segment of the population. However, they can't retain employees because of the pay. Worked there for 10+ years and had 2 raises. Why? Because bad business decisions were made (ie. Leadership/administrators) and the place began to tank. Morale was so low that nobody wanted to turn things around. And folks began to leave in mass.
Administrator in Indianola, IA
on November 8, 2021
It was a struggle coming into this building initially, as there was a lacking standard, and generally the culture was not where it needed to be. The team works well together and a lot of tough changes have come and gone, but the one constant is the team rises to meet the challenge. They are inspiring to say the least. They truly care for the residents. They have their fair number of concerns, but I am confident that they will do the right thing and develop opportunities into the future.
Med Aide/ Universal Worker in Saint James, MN
on November 7, 2021
They did not have enough employees if you need a day off for family or sick day there was no one to cover shifts. My coworker was one her phone constantly nothing done about it.
STNA (State Tested Nursing Assistant) in Arlington, OH
on November 1, 2021
Not a good place to work anymore was there for a almost 6 yrs ..the care n standards declined ..some co workers were good ..mostly not lots of clique going on ..Management was Horrible ..I wouldn't recommend it to anyone ..just being honest ..!

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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They ask about you team work?

Shared on October 7, 2016

If you heard an employee being aggressive torward a resident what would you do? Response : be proactive and stop it when it occurs.

Shared on September 18, 2016

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