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What is the most stressful part about working at Maplewood Senior Living?

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WANA b bosses pagin all Damm Day like wer not busy to listen to her b.s No professional staff, They go around like turkeys all Day and when it comes to the nurse staff they are horrible we can even let them know about the residents they look at us like wer bortherin them they are so fake they should go back To high school jus like most of the staff they think we’re all in school here n they want to talk to us like so

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THIS PLACE IS NOT A CHOICE ,DO BETTER FOR URSELF STAY AWAY ‼️THEY ARE ALL ABOUT SELLIN A ROOM TO someone CRAZY enough to put their loveones there nnd not pay the CNAS A FAIR AMOUNT OF RATE EVEN FOR OVER WORKIN THEM $20 hr should be some ideal n working the weekends should be time n half 🙏 nnd pickin up an extra shift should be time n half but really it doesn’t pay to work here‼️

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Lying of marketing to incoming patients!

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Lack of communication. SALES person lying to the potential residents and their families

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Everything! No matter what department you work in you're short staffed. The CNAS need more people on the floor, but the managers say there is no money in the budget...that each person should take care of 15 residents minimum all on their own...especially when getting them ready for breakfast within an hour time.
The dining staff always need 1 more person, as server / extra to help clear and reset for next seating, not someone to pour coffee.

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Lack of support from anyone, always short staffed, doing double the work for not enough pay, all of the back biting drama.

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Unfortunately there is a lack to teamwork on some shifts. Makes having a cohesive shift more challenging.

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Always short staff

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Lack of support from the corporate office.

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Lack of communication

Answered - Dining Room Manager (Former Employee) - Newtown, CT

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