Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Sylacauga, AL 35150 – June 19, 2018
I love this job just hate how there’s so much favoritism shown to some people because who they’re friends with.. PAL hours could be more-and they could offer medical hours.. Insurance could be better or even cheaper and the pay could be better for all the work that has to be done..
It’s the highest paying job in Sylacauga in the nursing field
RN (Current Employee) – Pell City, AL – June 4, 2018
This facility trains some of the nursing aides, and the instructor truly cares about her students and our residents. The Certified Nursing Aides give excellent care and work long, hard shifts. The Executive Director is a caring person who wants to provide the best care possible for our residents and staff. I have had a very positive experience working for this company. It is a difficult job every day. It is worth the effort because I believe in what I do and who I serve. I work long hours at times, but Noland offers good paid time off.
People in my department were not easy to work with it was a toxic enviroment.
Activities/Guest Services Assistant (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 11, 2018
the work environment in my department was very toxic. My supervisor wasn't very helpful and was very demanding. The hardest part of the job was the people in my department. The most enjoyable part was the residence that I helped worked with.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Pell City, AL – April 9, 2018
If your reason for working here is to make a difference in the life of the residents that live here don't bother. The pay is so low that only 2 types of people work there. The people who care and the people don't. The people that don't care and that just show up outnumber the others by a lot. so that means that all the new staff coming in are being trained to not care and be lazy. It's a vicious cycle that is only going to get worse.
Human Resources Manager, Senior Living Division (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – March 22, 2018
Great company to work for. They are not for profit so they tend to be cheap. only 2% pay increase annually. Benefits expensive. There are multiple locations in the Alabama area. Birmingham, Mobile, Daphne, Fairhope.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Bessemer, AL – March 18, 2018
The Oaks has some of the let wonderful staff members and residents but the management ruins every one who comes through that Facility. The administrator puts in appropriate residents in the facility and never has the staff to take care of the residents. They treat staff like and make them feel disposable. Stay far away from this facility!
Great staff, residents
Overworked, horrible management, low pay, high premiums, staff treated like trash
Not only being emploteed there was bad its horrible for the poor people who live there
RESIDENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL AID (Former Employee) – Cook Springs, AL – January 24, 2018
Management there is a joke! If the person over everyone doesn't like you you'll never do anything other than what you got hired to do and that's if you are allowed to stay. They don't fire you there they make you miserable until you just can't stand it anymore and you quit. I wouldn't allow my dog to live there with the way I saw some of the residents treated and when you can't watch it any longer and repirt those type employees you're taken into an office and you get in trouble for alerting the manager about their conduct .
Staffing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – January 16, 2018
a typical day working at Noland was busy. I learend to be very patient. the management was different but skillful. The most comfortable work place I every worked at.The hardest part of the job was scheduling. The most enjoyable part of the jobwas meeting new people.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Homewood, AL – December 27, 2017
absolutely no teamwork from coworker or nurses. Administration would not comply with their policies on teamwork or using two person equipment. Nurses had attitudes about anything you asked them to help with
Dietary Aide (Current Employee) – Sylacauga, AL – December 25, 2017
If you have ever worked fast food you will enjoy working for the Kitchen. It is a fast paced job where no one needs to be slacking. The priority at the end of the day is to leave your residents with a smile and a fully tummy. Management isn't the best but the kitchen staff is who really runs the kitchen and they are awesome. Please consider this job!
Pro free lunch and there is always extra cake or cookies.
you will end up working most all holidays including Christmas.
Unfriendly, unconcerned management. Facility administrator rarely made appearance outside of her office. Not helpful, appeared uninterested in staff and residents. Facility feels old and institutional. Staff is overworked. Under-staffed.