Home Care (Former Employee) – Health Facility – April 2, 2018
Beware....of working here....employees work hard, but management is not supportive of their employees. Do not listen to concerns of their employees, and HR is known to be the most unsupportive /nasty backstabbing department on the Campus. Employees can be treated unfairly by management and HR does nothing to resolve the issues. Residents are wonderful. If you complain to HR about harassment, they do nothing but blame employee. Wonder if that is why they have to advertise so much for jobs. Very depressing place to work. Upper management conspires with HR and decides your fate.
Home care worker (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – March 28, 2018
As years go on this place goes down hill worse and worse Bring new management on with a bad reputation brings there friends. Many double standards. Think they need to micro manage and stand over you did great before you came Bringing the place down. Not aloud to talk or get out of your seat without asking while manager and friends can talk laugh have cigarette break over and over. Would never recommend some one work here or allow them to use home care.
Food Service Worker (Current Employee) – Utica, NY – August 24, 2017
Great place to work, culture there is very diverse, hard to advance in certain departments, co-workers are very helpful, everyone is a team member with the same outlook. We're all there to help the residents and to make their home more comfortable for them.
Neighborhood Manager (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – August 1, 2017
Management is supportive and very patient centered. Benefits are good. Work environment is very home like and comfortable. Great team of staff and management work together with onsite physicians to provide outstanding care.
Phenomenal place for the elderly. Loved with the elders, along with my many very friendly, helpful co-workers. Whom i've made into lifetime friends
Residence aide (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – May 16, 2017
The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to interact with the residents & hearing about their life stories. A typical day at work could be very stressful at times as I was a float for awhile so there was a lot of change when it came to new floors, meaning new faces, wants/needs from the residents. Very fast pace especially when it came to meal times & getting daily cleanings done on that household while not serving meals. Management was different for every floor some more strict than others, but all had 1 common goal & that was to look out for the best interests for their residents on their households.
getting to meet the residents
not always enough time to get all the job duties, while working on the rehab floor residents only stayed for a couple days before leaving.
Masonic Care Community i dont think its a fun place to work .
Dietary (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – February 1, 2017
I really didn't learn a lot things at Masonic Care Community .Management is really bad . And the work was really hard , i didn't enjoy any part of job and my coworkers either . And that was my reason for leaving .
Excellent communication comfortable work environment
Resident Aide (Current Employee) – Utica, NY – August 20, 2016
As a part timer who works full time hours I am not offered sick time or paid leave time this is the only thing I don't not like about this job. Masonic is a beautiful place to work overall st aff is helpful and kind. Breaks are givin 3 times in a 8 hour shift and they're flexible with scheduling
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Utica, NY – November 10, 2015
A typical day at work was great. I really enjoy this job because I get to help people that really need the help. My coworkers are great people to work with. At Masonic we work as a team and that makes work so much more better. The hardest part about the job is getting close to my residents and having them leave the facility or passing away.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – June 29, 2015
I have spent most of my nursing employment at Masonic Care Community. My level of learning skills and sound knowledge we learned primarily through working directly with physicians and experienced RNs. The teamwork on my unit with all staff members made the unit homelike and pleasant. I enjoyed working with the staff and for the residents, some truly becoming like family.
The benefits were very affordable, and wages were good.
Nursing Supervisor (Current Employee) – Utica, NY – January 7, 2015
I do per diem RN supervisor and most of my day consists of checking on residents that have had change in condition, continuos education of staff on policy and procedures,supervision of the other nurses, aids and residents aids, staffing. I truly enjoy this job as everyone works together to bring the best outcome for the residents.