Questions and Answers about Kisco Senior Living, LLC

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Kisco Senior Living, LLC.

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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Kisco Senior Living, LLC a better place to work?

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I doing the best for have good place to work

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First I would put the right people in charge of some of the positions that actually cares about the employees and their feedback . Secondly I would make sure everyone is treated fairly . Last but not least no favoritism would be allowed !

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I would not compete with my subordinates staff. I would be fair and try to coraborate to resolve conflicts. Outside individuals without any Kisco affliation will not be allowed to use my company as grounds to market themselves.

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Stream line the hiring process for staff. When hiring new employees, it typically takes our building 4-6 weeks to make an offer, and an additional 1-2 after that to get them in to start. It's fantastic to focus on getting the right people, but with a 2 month window, you've already burned out the staff waiting on a replacement.

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Get rid of the confused marketing leadership, they have no idea why you even hire a sales person, they think it's to be a marketing secretary.

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I'd listen to the staff regarding the building. The surveys are good for the residents. But, what about how the staff is treated? Clean house, bring in a whole new Management team. One that know how to not just give orders but, show and prove!

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