In the beginning, the work was light and I actually enjoyed coming into work. The problem was with management and staff. Management’s primary focus is to fill the rooms and completely disregard the level of care each individual needs. Due to this issue, along with staff being short most of the time, it brought many chaotic and stressful days. It is humanly impossible to have two aides with 20 residents to look after and not have any falls or accidents. There is also bullying in the workplace. Many staff members have an attitude and are very nasty to not only other staff, but with residents and/or family members. There is no such thing as professionalism at this facility. Given the time this place has been up and running, it is going down just as quickly as it came up. I would never recommend this place to someone whether it be staff or a family member wanting to place his or her loved one in a facility. Keep your loved one at home.
Benefits, free lunch
Short staff, lack of communication, management, pay, workload
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT/INTERN (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – February 6, 2018
HHHunt introduced me to many aspects of the working world, and taught me invaluable lessons for communicating in the business world. My typical day consisted of overseeing the constructions of multiple residential job sites, and communicating with contractors to abide by a certain deadline for completion
Apartment Living (Current Employee) – South Carolina – January 19, 2018
HHHunt is a great company to work for, they truly care about their employees and residents which makes my job so much easier. The management style is very self-empowering and laid back. They provide more than adequate training and are always looking to promote within. The only negative thing I would say is that there are only opportunities in select locations and if I needed to move away from the East coast I wouldn't be able to transfer with HHHunt. I would recommended HHHunt to anyone looking for a fulfilling and fun career path. (property management)
General Manager (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – October 4, 2017
HHHunt is a truly terrible place to work. The are too many clicks with the established lazy employees for any new employees to be accepted. You will only succeed if you are lazy and spend tons of time kissing up to the "in" crowd. Management is very dishonest and a huge contributor to the awful culture.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Severna Park, MD – August 21, 2017
I enjoy working here the executive director there is amazing and the head nurse is wounderful.... all the directors are great..... I still work there prn, they have great nurses but they have just a few that makes it hard to care for the residents!! But the location I worked at is only a year and a half old so they are iron out the wrinkles !!! They are like my family honestly....
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Blacksburg, VA – August 6, 2017
hard work, how to clean in more depth, management is management, the culture is for those who don't wish to broaden their horizon, the most enjoyable part for me was the physical aspect of the job. I learned how to read people so much better.
Registered Medication Aide (Former Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA – June 28, 2017
This is a beautiful facility and the residents (and even some of the staff) are amazing. But the management here is horrible. They play favorites (a lot) and don't try to hide it. I saw amazing/ wonderful workers leave because of it, some even fired for the most ridiculous reasons. And the ones that deserved to get fired, stayed because they were akissers. One of the highest turnover rates I've ever seen (and they could never understand it was their doing). They expect so much from you, but show absolutely no appreciation! We were always short staffed, expected to pick up the work because of it. I will never recommend this job to anyone.
poor management, short staffed, over worked, played favorites
Food Service Staff (Former Employee) – Blacksburg, VA – June 13, 2017
Would not recommend this Assist Living to anyone, the will do what ever it takes to keep residents in the Assist Living home in a bad way. They do not properly follow dietary food orders, when the patient are sick they hold off from caller the ambulance or take them to the hospital in a timely manner. The company will accept any resident just to keep the money coming into the company and the pay is low.
They need to go in and retrain all the employees, the management team! The employees curse and verbally abuse the residents and when you report it nothing is done. Someone from management witnessed and employee cursing in front of the resident and jus walked away. This place needs to be reevaluated.
Lack of communication, disrespect and non professionalism
Community Manager (Current Employee) – Virginia – May 30, 2017
I started with HHHunt 6 yrs. ago and have not looked back! From the top-down HHHunt lives to serve their teams and communities. A truly engaged company. If you are looking for a fast-paced, team oriented, and focus company, look no further!
Cook (Former Employee) – Thomasville, NC – May 22, 2017
Management is very unorganized and too many kissing butt to actually care about the residents. No confidentiality in supervisors or anybody. Very unorganized place to work and very unprofessional employees. Very unfair place to work. Too many favorites and when you try to tell them what is being done wrong, it is swept under the rug and ignored.
SIC/LPN (Former Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA – May 14, 2017
Great teamwork from some of the employees. Management does not care about you. Micromanaged many employees away. Expect a lot of you with no appreciation.There is a serious lack of communication here with management. Beautiful facility. The residents are awesome!
Very unprofessional. Management has their favorites, and they don't try to hide it. A few big egos.
Job Work/Life Balance
MUCH more reputable builders to work for!
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – RounTrey-South End of Richmond – March 26, 2017
A typical day at work-sit in an empty home and wait for potential clients. If management likes you and you drink the kool-aid you will do well here. Very blue-blood typical Richmond small time company. MUCH better builders to work for that produce acutal HIGH quality homes. The up side is, if you like bowling and drinking beer during the middle of the day for their meetings you will like this company. If you are looking for a professional atmosphere, look elsewhere!
Disorganized management, " favorites" get best locations to sell homes, lots of kissing up required to move up in this company- nepotism at its finest!!
Overall a really good place to work. I enjoyed my time here. I would have stayed but I am now full time in school and could not handle school and my hours. Not everyone is great but I got along well with the majority of my coworkers. Management is pretty good. They aren't perfect but I think they try. Overall I would go back if I needed a job.
Working in dietary was the worst, the supervisor was so unprofessional, you go and tell her something thats supose to be confidental and she in return tells other dietary staffing and CNAs on the floor. When you request certain days the manager would act like she did not see your request. Talked about kitchen staff and cnas behind their backs.
Maintenance (Former Employee) – NC – October 12, 2016
This used to be a good company to work for, now, not so much. Management personnel have changed and as a result the company, from an employee standpoint, has gone steadily down hill. They say that they're "employee centric" but the only real focus is doing more with less at the employee's expense.
Med Tech/CNA (Former Employee) – Hendersonville, NC – September 25, 2016
The CCC and RCC are not qualified for the jobs. They play favorites with certain employees and treat the residents badly. They cover up serious falls and bad things that happen to the residents. They bully and take advantage of the residents and the good workers. The bad workers come to work late, leave early, sit on their phones all of the time and just don't show up when they don't want to. That includes the CCC who doesn't answer the phone during emergencies.