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9 to 10 hours a day

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Great place to work just have to stay focused and complete your job great people to work with very friendly environment

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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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I left because of lack of administrator support in many areas. I left because a few co workers were not working as professionals and not treating co workers in a respectful way. I left because administrator did not help to resolve this issue making working conditions worse. I left due to lack of hours and more workload and not in a pay scale on the grid as a certified director. I left because no raises in years. They want more then you have the time in allowed hours to give.

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Administrators listen to your workers, work together with all staff involved, be there, be personable and get to know who your residents are. Value your staff.

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

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Enjoy, the management and people are very nice and supportive and the training was good. They have fun events and are supportive of the community.

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Not offered to part time. And if you didn’t hold your 30 hrs a week avg you would have to use your PTO to offset hours to keep your insurance

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Have not left

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