Caregiver (Current Employee) – Glendale, AZ – September 5, 2018
The company has great potential but does not have ample support or understanding of the inner working of a team. They demonstrate poor management and bad decisions based on individual personal agenda and not the needs of the residents or community.
The residents and families
Home Office Team that does not understand how to be supportive and cooperative.
Server (Former Employee) – Bellevue – August 24, 2018
Managers think it’s ok for some employees to sleep on the job because they have “different work ethic” than other people. Let staff take bereavement for live family members (guess that would be a benefit). overworked and underpaid. Servers there are disgusting people who are willing to put their hands on others and stab other workers in the back. I would never let a loved one of mine set one toe in that place.
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Horrible place to work for
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – June 27, 2018
Management was horrible to work for, did not care about anything other than working employees to death. Employees are tired and not very happy yet management only cares on weather they have enough staff throughout the day. Not enough training and when you go to management with a problem it goes in one ear and out the other, they also allow other staff members to pass medications when they are not the one signed into the system, this is a huge violation of state code. Manager changes the schedule on a day to day basis and then tells employees that can happen at any time without employee's approval. Messes with employees lives, no life when you work for this company. Stressed out when doing job because you are on a time line, and there is no time to stop and catch your breath.
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Poor management.....under staffed
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 1, 2018
Poor management and understaffed. Managment let their positions go to their heads. That's why the current facility is so understaffed. They let go all the good people that had been there who truly cared and weren't just there for a paycheck. They don't listen to what the residents say nor do they care what the staff says. Worst place to work!
Residents are friendly
Short all the time, low pay and careless management
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Core values are CORE
Senior Living Counselor (Current Employee) – Arizona – November 29, 2017
I love my job.
I have to say the management team at the home office is amazing. These folks get their jobs done, and hold others accountable to do theirs. However, they know how to have a good time- and focus on one of our core values; FUN.
Residents are easily the best part of the job. Seeing and working with them and their families day in and day out makes every long night or week worth it.
How cool to get paid to truly help people through a some very difficult situations in their lives. I am very grateful to work for such an inspiring, forward thinking company.
Free lunches, good insurance, fair pay, strong and positive company culture
Life Enrichment Director (Current Employee) – Sioux City, IA – November 16, 2017
Company is owned by 2 people and it shows. They care about every single employee. Corporate office cares about employees’ voices. With the company growing, there’s many chances for better job opportunities. They provide great benefits. Work/life balance is what you make it. While there is growing pains at times, as with any other company, this one works together. Work life feels like another family as everyone grows together and works together very well. It is a place that one can enjoy going in and working rather than dreading it everyday.
Paid lunches; Free Meals; Friendly Environment; Great Benefits
Cook (Former Employee) – Columbus, NE – November 1, 2017
Overall, this was the best job especially for high school and college students. I was able to work around school and other activities. In the kitchen then staff was like family. I loved being a cook and my boss was great. Although it was quick paced, I loved trying to see how much I could accomplish in the work time.
Free lunches, friendly staff and residents, paid breaks, easy communication with directors, life insurance
Certified Nurse Assistant (Current Employee) – Sioux City, IA – October 31, 2017
I work at The Heritage at Northern Hills in Sioux City. Our resident census is very high here for a reason. We have an excellent reputation and I really feel as though I mesh with my co-workers. They are like family to me. The pay is great compared to other c.m.a. jobs that are out there. I feel valued and know that my bosses care about me even on a personal level. Honestly I couldn’t ask for better.
Free lunch/401k match/awesome benefit package/people who care about me and my family
You have to be able to hustle but I have found the job has helped me to get in better shape
Executive chef / Dining Services director (Former Employee) – Sioux City Iowa – April 17, 2017
The main focus of this company is to make money. They are not concerned with how their employees are paid nor treated. I held a director position at the Sioux City heritage and was forced to work between 60 and 80 hours a week and told that I could not go out of town on my days off because I needed to be on call. I am still in contact with previous employees and current residents and it does not seem to me like there is a future in this company. Things are not getting better and the people who live there want to move.
Jack of All Trades (Former Employee) – Sioux City, IA – March 7, 2017
Core values and corporate office staff say the right things and project the right image but their main goal is to grow and make more money. Direct staff are on the front lines but have no ownership or say in what goes on in their own communities.
Too focused on marketing and image versus actually listening to what the people that pay to live there want.
The people making the decisions that matter have been out of the positions they are supervising for too long. They are out of touch with the current labor force and the market they are serving.
Annoumous (Former Employee) – Surprise, AZ – February 18, 2017
Worked in Arizona building for awhile. They definitely need to increase caregiver to patient ratio. At peak times it is really busy and call lights have longer than expected wait times. Management at the facility is really great and supportive of their departments. Lots of staff have been there since they opened. I feel wages are very competitive. I enjoyed working there.
Corporate director of Marketing (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – April 7, 2014
Strong communities with great resident focus are easier to market! A typical day for me is out in the communities working with the sales and operations staff making certain we have the urgency to make things happen and that our product is solid.