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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Gulf Coast Health Care a better place to work?

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Take some work load from the CNA.. You don't pay them more money so why not take some work load from them.. 1. Hire people or person just to give shower the patient who are schedule for shower everyday..thats too much for the CNA.. breakfast, lunch time and make the bed and they got 12 or 15 patient to take care..common now..can you blame them if they call off? please Help!!!

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First off as a LNHA (Licensed Nursing Home Administrator) I would assure my staff that I was there to help them in any way possible. I would renew my CNA license- how Can I expect to have a geat well working staff if I myself am not willing to make it work? I would renew my SafeServe certification, cause again, as a leader I am there to lead by the campus. I know that most all call in’s ovcur In CNA’s and dietary- been there worked in both and know that it is a HARD job. So by bro g willing and available to my staff, there should be no reason that we could not complete the duties assigned through out the day. I am not above throwing on scrubs and climbing in the shower to help out when needed- I’m not above picking the mop to her that spill up- I’m not above coming in at 5:00 am to get breakfast started because the cooks baby is sick and she needs to tend to him- that is how I would work within a facility. 😊

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Pay dietary aids more than minimum wage. They have a lot of liability with different diets and thickened liquids. Why would a "floor tech" with no liability get paid more than a dietary aide? Makes no sense.

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I wold make the schedule for working mothers more flexible. Great pay

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First, I will take time to get to know the people and the process. I will let staff know I am will to work with them and it take a team to do the work we do. It is important to listen to residents, families. If the request is resonate and with thee guide line corporate and state I will honor their request. However, there are times when may have to explain what their request can't be honored.

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I would make sure that every employee is getting treated equally.

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