Great place to work if you plan to work in upper management
Dietary Aide (Current Employee) – TN – May 17, 2019
Let me begin by saying that I find that my job to be incredibly interesting. I love my patients and what I am able to do for them as a dietary/FNS aide. So as far as pros are concerned, the job is interesting and there is an opportunity for an abundance of patient-clinician interaction. Also, as I am currently working on my Master's degree, my direct supervisor has been fantastic in working with my difficult schedule.
Now, as the bulk of my review would be negative I will keep things simple.
- Upper-management prefers to remain detached from day-to-day activities, and rarely intervenes when requested
- The majority of employed nurses refuse to assist CNA's in their duties
- Pay for Dietary aides is poor, especially given the required responsibilities.
I would not recommend any work here under the dietary specialty.
Job duties are interesting, great patient-clinician interaction, flexible scheduling
Poor pay versus amount of responsibility, upper management is completely detached from day to day activities