Laundry Aide (Former Employee) – River Falls, WI – April 17, 2018
This job was temporary while I was trying to complete my degree. It was part-time employment in a very relaxed setting. Washed, folded, and delivered laundry for 50 or more residents as well as laundry for the River Falls hospital next door. Job was easy to understand and stress-free.
A typical day for me started out with me clocking in around 2:00 pm and going to the supply cart to restock it for my shift. After stocking, I would do a round by checking the residents to make sure they were clean and safe. I would then pass out dinner trays around 5:30 pm and assist if needed. When dinner was done, I would do another round just like before at about 7:00 pm. During this time, I would assist the residents to change and get ready for bed. I would assist those who needed help getting into bed and make sure everybody was ready for bed. I would then chart until about 9:00 pm until I did my third and final round for the night. After that, I would finish charting and clock out. During the day, I may have been asked to assist other CNAs or LPNs with their work if I was able to. My superiors were great people to work with and I felt I had a place in the resident's healthcare.
generous dinner break, great working environment, supportive coworkers
Staffing was quite often below Resident to caregiver ratio, which made for some very rough nights.but even if there were only two Techs or five we pulled together to make sure the Residents got what they needed care wise to the best of our ability as a team other than that it was not to terribly bad the building was nice some of the staff are worth their weight in gold of course you have to take the bad with the good the good were numbered higher than bad good place for starting out staff
Good company with great potential to stand apart from the crowd
AIT/Operations Manager, Administrator (Former Employee) – Franklin, TN and Shelbyville, TN – March 8, 2018
There is still a high level of turnover, particualrly with management staff, but less so than many organizations in the long term care environment. It would behoove the organiztion to invest in staff/leadershp growth versus making changes based on industry trends that may appear as less than optimal performance. However, the culture was very open and agreeable. It was fast-paced work, as are all Administrator positions, but the rewards were plentiful.
staff, doctors and residents are wonderful. Full time hours available: Monday through Friday 8 hour shifts; Weekend and weekday 12 hour shifts. Supervisor on all shifts is also responsible to fill in if mandated.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Cordova, TN – March 4, 2018
The CNAs and nurses have a high patient ratio. Abuse and neglect occurs often while management ignores it. Drug seeking nurses who pocket more pills than they pass are allowed to work impaired. Management hires family to work under them with special assignments and high pay for sub standard work. Management looks out for their on the job love interests with special positions and high pay meanwhile residents care suffers.
CNA/TRANSPORTATION AIDE (Current Employee) – Tucker, GA – December 21, 2017
Grace healthcare management has no care for its lower level staff, and when things is brought to there attention by you or someone else that is bold enough to say something. It turns out they suspend you for something boggis or the fire you on some policy that this is a at will state and we just decided you're not a good fit here anymore.
Kitchen Aide (Former Employee) – Grenada, MS – December 11, 2017
Everyday was a good day at work for me .... My best part about my job was I loved working with elder people they soooo sweet and loving ....I never had a bad day at work ... If I wasn't feeling well when I went to work when I made it inside to see the elderly people smiling and talking to me as I'm comin inside the door lifted me up ... They always made my day the best and that's why I always did whatever it took to see them smile all day while I was there ...
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Abingdon, VA – December 7, 2017
Horrible place to work always having people quit call in upper management is no good basically over worked would recommend for anyone bring back people who have been fired for abuse then fire people for no real reason new upper management think they are going to come in and change it very less likely
Front Office Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Gulfport, MS – November 18, 2017
Grace Healthcare hires their employees with either, "let your work show for you", or "we do not give raises". They expect a person to do the work of three to four people, and do not offer compensation. Many fellow employees there in my years, were given a management title, more responsibilities and made feel terrible when asking for a raise.
Help Desk Analyst (Current Employee) – Gulfport, MS – October 30, 2017
Grace Healthcare has great employees they go above and beyond to help customers that need help, but company management is an unorganized with terrible leadership; this is the worst leadership that I even seen at a company, company management has no knowledge or understating on how to operate or run a company. If you can find employment on the Mississippi gulf coast (Biloxi, Gulfport, Pascagoula) with another company please do so. I would not recommend anyone to work at this company unless it’s your last and only option because this company is not worth working for.
LPN (Current Employee) – Clarksville, TN – October 28, 2017
I have enjoyed working at Grace Healthcare, lack of advancement is the only change I think needs to change, they should look within the facility instead of giving those positions to brand new employees