Server (Former Employee) – Lenexa, KS – August 27, 2018
It’s a decent first job for a high school student that doesn’t want to work a ton. Shifts are short (usually 3 1/2 or 4 hours) and staff consists of mostly high school students from schools in the area.
Short shifts, break, time and a half on holidays, flexible
The company does not take safety issues with clients seriously. Management is all about the quantity of hours you work rather than the quality of hours worked. Advancement within the company is rarely an option. Management allows team members to create a hostile work environment. Overworked and underpaid.
Teacher (Former Employee) – Lenexa, KS – October 27, 2018
I honestly have never seen such an unorganized child care center in my life. There is less than 15 employees in the whole center so chances are you won’t get your vacation time approved or might have to come in during your days off. I rarely got a bathroom break here because of low staffing. Throughout the time I worked here I have also seen licensing come because of complaints. Floater/asstiant teachers NEVER have a constant schedule hours, meaning you'll work 7:30am- 6pm one day and the next you'll work 11:00 am-5pm. The director is set in her ways and will not listen to anything you say because she believes she is never wrong.
Bad management, long hours, short break, no bathroom breaks
Fast paced with good people and even better residents.
Server (Former Employee) – Lenexa, KS – May 3, 2018
Working at Lakeview Village is rather fast paced throughout the entire day. The people whom I worked with were friendly and willing to help with whatever I needed help with. The best part of working there was meeting and talking to residents of Lakeview as they were ever so kind.
Workers were given all the food that was not served to the residents
Health Aide (Former Employee) – Amana, IA – April 3, 2018
On a typical day I would pass medications, give nightly showers, serve meals, house keeping. Poor work place culture, and management. The management doesn't really care or ger concerned about staff issues. Most enjoyable part of my job was definitely the residents, they brought so many smiles to my face.
Like most similar positions CNA work had some good days and bad days. If you had a decent relationship with people you'd get good help, and with others "not my job" was a common theme. Knew what I was going into with it though so was not too bad.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Monticello, IN – November 28, 2017
there are no chances for growth. they say they offer educational help and all that but getting them to approve that is another thing, there is no management worth being there. the employee turn over rate is rediculous and the staff that have been there dedicated for a long time are run in the ground and treated like poorly. the pay is terrible for the amount of stress and work the aides do. they do have vacation time you can use after a year and thats if there is enough staff for you to take time off, they also offer insurance that is terrible.
Waitress (Current Employee) – Lenexa, KS – June 16, 2016
A typical day at work involves basic waitress dutys. I learned a great deal of patience from working at Lakeview. Coworkers are helpful sometimes. Management and employees has improved alot. The hardest part of the job is serving when the kitchen gets backed up and the most enjoyable is communication with the customers
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Lenexa, KS – April 23, 2015
The only thing that was positive about this job is the residents that I cleaned for. The hours do not allow you to complete any "banker hour" errands. The hardest part of this job was all of the down time. I do not enjoy sitting in a hallway when I was hoping to be working.