Med Tech/Caregiver (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – August 11, 2017
As a med tech/care giver I tried my best to do my job title as hired to do,I was their to take care the residents and their daily needs, their been ups and down,but I continue to a team player .this job has it issues and every job do,I can say you have people that's in management to handle issue properly as professional
Culture of No communication, and mistrust. Workers are consistently overlooked forcadvancement, and the rate of hire/job abandonment very high.
Worker (Former Employee) – Morrisville, NC. – June 1, 2017
Location in Morrisville is called Preston Pointe. Reaction time for maintenance issues is at a snails pace. Management is often condescending and dismissive - aloof. There is very little hope to advance and the potential for pay increases is non-existent - or extremely low if you are able to achieve an increase.
Not the job as advertised. No Benefits, No Communication
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – January 13, 2016
Nice place to work. Pay not so great. Resident are wonderful. Management is so nice and helpful. They work with you especial if you are a parent or a full time student. They have social events for the residents, There are usually two staff members to a building. Time goes by fast cause the shifts are 8hrs.
Certified Medication Aide (Current Employee) – Macon, GA – April 14, 2015
Pros - management very willing to work with a schedule and they're all super nice
cons - HR person is a push over and everyone takes advantage of it. people are ALWAYS calling out (at least four a week) There aren't enough medicine people so often someone has to do meds in multiple buildings - They are more concerned with money than the well being of their staff. They claim to be assisted living so they are not allowed to have lifts and such, however there are multiple residents in each building that NEED lifts.. Enjoyed the work here, but I was so glad to leave just because of the way it was run.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – January 12, 2015
I was responsible for billing, payroll, customer service, Daily staff meetings. Scheduling transportation for residents. The residents were a joy to work around. The worst part of job was being on call and being accountable for staff issuing medication and making caretaking decisions. It was very stressful. The management staff was always at odds, which made daily working conditions a little strained.
Ran all daily operations and managed staff of about 40
Assistant Director (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – April 14, 2014
*was responsible for Grounds, kitchen, activities, occupancy *learned so much about elder care from assisting them to medicines, and keeping a balance with the needs of the facility *hardest part was when a person passed *the most enjoyable was the residents most with such a zest for life with stories from the past that you will not read in any history book
Resident Assistant (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – October 15, 2013
My typical day is to call patients back and ask them their medical history, change of any medications, change of pharmacy, performing EKG'S if needed, checking blood glucose to some residents. I have learned how to preform the VAT test,allergy testing,and POCT testing. The hardest part of my job was knowning that the patients were very sick.The most enjoyable part of my job is to let the patients know i am concern and really want to help them with their medical care.
Resident Care Assistant (Current Employee) – Savannah, Ga – March 6, 2013
A typical day at work consist of cleaning 4 resident rooms. After cleaning rooms we begin to prepare for dinner. After dinner we give the residents that need our assistance help into bed or assist them with daily hygiene. The hardest part of the job is the unfairness between the shifts. The shift I worked (3-11 pm) always seemed to get it the hardest because we are the shift of all new workers( >1 yr). So our shift gets less pay then all the other shifts which I think is entirely unjust if were doing double the work.
residents are all extremely friendly and help ease the environment of work
Dietary Cook (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – July 31, 2012
When i took the job i didn't realize that they prepare foods for the pufrom this jobblic, churchs, Doctors, mainly for different functions,when i took that job some coworkers thought i wouldn't make it a week but i worked for this company for 2 years. it was a challange but it was one i learned from. I really learned alot from this job.
i learned alot more about how to prepare certain foods.
you didnt get a break if you took a break you would get behind.