Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Merritt Island, FL – April 15, 2018
The hardest part of the job is Communicating with different cultures and learning their different beliefs. I learned time management. Working with this company was sorted hard because I only knew English.
Assistant Director (Current Employee) – Englewood, OH – April 20, 2018
Great corporate company. Totally resident centered. Give back to the employees. Wonderful opportunities for advancement in the company. Great clinical support to Directors. The concept of if our employees don’t feel valued or like to come to work our residents won’t be happy.
Care Management (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – April 2, 2018
The new leadership is arrogant, and only hire their friends. Do not want to learn or know how things were done in the past and to date have fired almost everyone that was previously there under the last leadership.
Medical Claims Manager (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – March 19, 2018
The company under went an 87% staffing turnover in the lat year. This company is in major trouble with the contracted party :DC Medicaid". I've worked there 7 years and things has drastically changed. No sure ho long the doors will be open.
Nutrition Specialist (Former Employee) – Evans, GA – February 1, 2018
It was quick hire and learning experience and fun quiet environment.fast I was enthusiastic about being hired for the job. I learned different ways to deal with hands-on matters The opportunity to work independent helped with management experience
PI Data Analyst/Configuration Analyst (Current Employee) – Washington/Metro, DC – September 7, 2017
Early 2017 all Executive Leadership changed and since then nothing has been right with the organization. My supervisor and others were fired without proper notice and was told their positions were no longer needed but that was not true.
Licensed Vocational Nurse (Current Employee) – Calabasas, CA – September 7, 2017
I view working and taking care of people as a calling. Every where has their pros and cons, ultimately you are in control of your own destiny. working with cognitive impairments and other disorders may be difficult.
Care Manager (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – August 25, 2017
Health Services is a great environment to learn and grow. I have worked with some wonderful colleagues. We have learned from one another. The families I have had an opportunity to assist has been just as rewarding to me as to them.
Some barriers with housing that has impact serving the total person.
Working with residents is what i enjoy.Prepare the Residents clothes for the next day. Take blood pressure, weight, and temperature when needed Help Residents change their oxygen tank, re-fill the tank with water if needed, help change the plastic tubes when needed.