A typical day at work was always walking on ice with the staff and the management as everyone always had something to complain about. The residents were a delight, they made the job bearable. There were a few whom I had grown to love and the hardest part was watching them go down hill and eventually pass on. What I learned working for this company for about a year is that, in order to work in this kind of work you need to have: kindliness, affection, warmth, gentleness, concern, care; consideration, helpfulness, thoughtfulness, unselfishness, selflessness, altruism, compassion, sympathy, understanding, big-heartedness, benevolence, benignity, friendliness, hospitality, neighborliness; generosity, magnanimity and charitableness.
free food on the morning and afternoon shifts
Poor management, nearly impossible to request time off or vacation