I think that would depend on the type of role you are in, and in what care setting. For facility based clinical positions, our ratios tend to be lower than industry standard and lower than our for-profit competitors, so you have more time to spend caring for each individual resident and patient. Homecare clinicians have a lower productivity standard than elsewhere in the industry which also leads to being able to focus on the needs of each individual patient.
Answered by Masonicare
Fast past when you get booted off to a new floors
I worked there u get lousy raises and your a cna be prepared to do a very hard job. Not respected and booted all floors and get paid lousy as a cna or house keeping. I guess u want to work very hard for min wage and penny wages.a job!when I was there,I got no bonus there 12 yrs..good luck.
Chester. The management is a joke . You get hired and then jerked around you work one day then they tell you they don’t have time to train you while they hired someone else. Place sucks
Poor management. Don't work there if you're a guy.
Answered - Registered Nurse (Former Employee) - Wallingford, CT
I would always try to find something to do and even though it wasn't part of my job description,I would do it to the best of my ability.How can they explain sending me for a physical and then letting me go the following day.The pace for me was fast because it was something new and I was growing with the facility because it was also brand new .The residents were great and I miss seeing them.
Answered - Shuttle Driver (Former Employee) - Mystic, CT
Answered - Psych Aide/CNA (Former Employee) - Wallingford, CT