In management, not floor nurse- mandated to work as CNA my first week of work and several times after no support from corporate- nurses backstabbers to each other- salaried, but expected to work 50+ hours a week as salaried employee, no compensation offered-- office had water leaking into it for weeks never fixed up until I left
Low cost lunches
Short staff, Mandation of all staff, low pay, back stabbing
The jobs there are very rewarding. From the housekeeper's to the top management, everyone is very proud of their work All residents living there are very nice people. They are very appreciated of all the workmanship and concerns of the team members that preform their job duties.
I don't mind being a dietary aide, I think it was fun; however, the job was too much work for little pay. It is like two jobs in one- being the waiter and busboy. If the job was split into two, it would've been better and less stressful. What I disliked the most is when I am rushing to give out meals and then I am told to clean a table because residents are gonna be seated in my section. What I enjoyed the most was that there were residents who were nice and fun to interact with. It made me forget about the job for a moment.
Fun place to work. Always was a pleasure to be surrounded by people who truly cared for people who had to cope with Alzheimer and dementia. Hardest part of the job was not to get too attached to the residents because they were such good people.