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Management is incompetent at best. You are told you can contribute, but you shouldn't unless you enjoy being targeted.

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Terrible place to work. Management doesn't help at all, seemingly because they don't know what is going on. If you do go to them with an issue they will try to justify wrongdoings and never address the root problem. There are more rude employees at this place than anywhere I've ever been. They provide an extremely poor quality of care as you can see by looking at their past state surveys. Residents and families are always upset. Overall, this place is a mess. The company does have good benefits though, if you can handle the chaos, poor treatment, and stress through the roof while protecting your own license.

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9 to 10 hours a day

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Not professional at all

They interviewed me with two people and havent called back at all even after taking me on a tour and having me complete the background check forms providing all of my personal information. That is not ok and it is very uncomfortable to have your information out there. MAPLEWOOD, MN

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Very part time, only 35-40hours to use in a week to divide with activity director who had many meetings and assessments to do; activity assistant worked 15 hours a week to cover those meetings, and high school staff 2 hrs on Saturday’s and 11/2 on Sunday’s to cover those activities. When on outings had to get permission to take residents places to have enough hours and staff to do so.

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Chronically understaffed. Locked dementia unit housing 25 residents with one charge nurse and only two CNA's. Constant fights between residents, constant falls and NO HELP.

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More staff, improve management. I do not believe having so many facilities in small towns is an accident. It is brilliant because you can under staff and mistreat employees because there is little competition.

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A combination of dread, depression and anxiety

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No sick days for non union. You use pto.

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Activity dept. did not. No extra hours or holiday extra pay.

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