Ormsby Post Acute Rehab
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  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (USD)
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Rating is calculated based on 14 reviews and is evolving.

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CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant in Carson City, NV
on October 18, 2020
Please look for some other place.
My over all work experience in this facility has been stressful and downright ridiculous. The management really don't care for your well-being, much less for their residents, and the most of the CNAS are rude. I have gotten injured while doing CNA work and I've been harrassed by the CNAS when following my doctor's restrictions. The management has cut my pay rate from a NAT down to a HA since August without them informing me of the change. They had just recently changed it back but the HR representative still hasn't back paid the amount of money she owes from the checks I've been being paid as an Ha. The worst of the facility is that the residents are often neglected and management only show concern when state comes in to check the facility. This place had numerous in jeopardy tags.
Hospitality Aide/Nursing Assistant Trainee in Carson City, NV
on October 17, 2020
Work-life balanceThis company doesn’t care about your personal life. They expect you to be able to work 24/7 with little pay and/or bonuses/ opportunities to receive raises. They will contact you multiple times at any and all hours asking you to come into work early when you work and come in on your days off as wellPay & benefitsThis company will do anything they can to pay you as little as possible or not pay you properly. The person in charge of payroll also is the HR rep and needs constant reminders/complaints to fix things like pay rate, deductions, and submitting PTO into the system so you get paid for the days you miss (when a PTO form is filled out)Job security and advancementYou have pretty good job security given more people quit than they can hire and they don’t take serious any complaints of people not doing their jobs or harassing others. The only advancements you will make is if you go to school to be a CNA/Nurse. A CNA class was offered and paid for in the past, then do nothing to help with nursing schoolManagementManagement is awful. None of them care about anything other than money and keeping their doors open to continue making/taking money from people who are admitted to the facility. Contacting corporate or outside agencies (labor commission, attorneys at law) is needed to solve any serious problems with management not fulfilling their responsibilities to their employeesCultureYou can and will go days without any sort of break due to poor staffing and the high demand of certain residents. Nobody cares whether or not you take a break, how long it is or how frequent it is except for the employees who are lazy and constantly ask for help or for you to do things for themOverallDon’t work here, don’t send family members here when sick, injured or needing extra care that family can/won’t provide. If anything contact state/local authorities or the corporate office with complaints of abuse/neglect happening within the facility
RN Resident Care Manager in whole building
on March 31, 2020
Good day to day job with other coworkers, bad corporate structure and oversight, most corporate consultants have little to no clinical experience and unrealistic expected goals from nurses/staff
LPN Floor Nurse in Carson City, NV
on October 7, 2019
Save yourself disappointment don’t do it! You will regret wasting your time. It’s all bells and whistles then you are thrown to the wolves and blamed for everything.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant in Carson City, NV
on September 28, 2019
Is this step necessary? I do not want to give a review, positive or negative about this company. This was my first job working as CNA and it was a learning experience.
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