Jewish Association on Aging
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About the company

  • CEO
    Mary Anne Foley
    85%
    approve of Mary Anne Foley's performance
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    200 JHF Dr. Pittsburgh, ...
  • Link
    Jewish Association on Aging website
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Reviews

Maintenance Technician II in Squirrel Hill, PA
on December 8, 2019
Loved the work and the people I worked around.thought we all should be paid more.considering they did hire more people for the work load.management was very helpful though.
Employee in Pittsburgh, PA
on November 18, 2022
Going downhill so quick. All the good people are leaving. New management doesn’t know what they are doing. Keep closing more and more buildings. Treat people badly. Do not recommend.
Worker in Pittsburgh, PA
on August 15, 2022
I feel really bad for the senior citizen residents that live at the JAA. They are paying a ton of money for really lackluster service, because the managers don't care about them. The training is totally non-existent. You are thrown into work without any training or practice. The pay is really low compared to similar positions. They are constantly understaffed, so if you show up, you are doing the job of multiple people. There should be skilled nurses on the resident floors at all times, but good luck finding them. The PTO was generous, but definitely not worth the low wage and stressful working conditions.
Service in Pittsburgh, PA
on February 21, 2022
Place is not well run as the people at the top are not driving the ship correctly. Middle management doesn't have a clue how to manage employees. Not a good place to work.
activity aide in Squirrel Hill, PA
on April 19, 2021
Everyone worked together to make the activities more Interesting for the clients. Very organized. Average pay. Got updated on all new inservice activities. The facility provided cpr training and med training on site

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