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EVERYTHING... Be prepared to work harder than ever. As an LPN I have two med carts and am often the only one in the building as we are CONSTANTLY short staffed. We aren't allowed to say this of course, but having day and night shift workers pick up extra shifts, does not mean we are fully staffed, it means you're working the limited crew you have to death !! I also do the work of a care partner/ kitchen helper/ fax and phone pharmacy/help out in Memory Care due to them hiring inexperienced workers who aren't familiar with dementia behaviors/ and anything else the Health Care Coordinator didn't complete in the daytime. I've worked in as many as 13 different facilities in Lancaster County... this is the most ill run place I have ever encountered. I am ACTIVELY looking for new employment. Oh yes, I was also informed that I will NEVER get day shift as the budget "won't allow it". So I am forced to work a shift I don't want due to their inability to budget their resources ?!? And they wonder why residents' and employees are leaving rapidly.. WAKE UP CORPORATE or YOU will be doing all the work !!!

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Crazy stressed.one person doing the work of three person hardly have to to take a break and have lunch and they still deduct it out your pay.unfair

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Unless you are hired as a favorite or extreme butt kiss to management ,you will be punished for everything ! When families are angry at resident not being cared for due to laziness and understaffed overworked employees,they blame and fire the employees.

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5-8pm M-F or 8-8pm S-S.

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Generally, the weekend receptionist has a pretty quiet position to fill. Job duties include answering the phones and relaying messages, helping visitors and family members with residents, entering work orders for maintenance, giving occasional tours of the community, stocking the copy room, breaking down files, and getting involved in resident activities. It is a great position for someone in school as it provides time for homework. Also a good job for someone interested in supplemental income.

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I worked six hours a day .

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Hiring more staff member and to make sure that the resident are comfortable

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Yes, Legends does hire PRN (as needed) CNAs, CMAs, and ACMAs. At our community we even have a PRN Assistant Life Enrichment Coordinator. I would suggest calling the community you're interested in and asking if they are hiring PRN associates in your field. Whether that be dietary, administration, or nursing. It's worth a shot. Good luck!

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