It was okay .However I had an incident where someone at the job flatten all my tires.Manager was informed about it so was the head lady in the office.No one did anything.They even schduled me with the person after the incident .I didnt feel safe .I didnt feel the job cared so I quit .
Regional and corporate staff treat facility staff like garbage
Administrator (Current Employee) – Tennessee – September 9, 2018
Worst company I have ever worked for. No real regional operations or HR support . Ridiculous budget expectations and no concern for residents and staff. Too many redundant reports and conference calls. The company has lowered its standards, does not hold regional and corporate staff accountable and micromanages the facilities. Regional and corporate staff treat and talk to facility staff terrible. Company needs to learn that you can make a dollar and do right by people at the same time.
Working with co-workers at facility and the residents is rewarding.
Unprofessional, unhelpful regional and corporate staff. Company is only focused on making a dollar at all cost.
A/P Team Leader (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY 40222 – July 27, 2018
Run accounts payable functions for twelve facilities and keep in control. Prepared journal entries for biweekly payroll. Trained new accounts payable staff. Did accounts receivable for private billing for Assisant living facility. Reconcile expense reports and American Express Credit cards. Cut manual checks for payroll and reconcile this for ADP reports.
Interesting place to work at. Learned a lot working there.
Hospital Liaison (Former Employee) – Ohio – March 16, 2018
Horrible management, No one wants to work as a team, they run off all of the good employees and gives praise to the lazy workers because they are friends. Management makes it a bad place to work and will blame all of their mistakes on everyone else to make them look good.
Collections Specialist (Temporary) (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – January 8, 2018
Prestiage management was unfair in not paying me my bonus after I managed 80 Nursing Home facilities Excel DataBase system. These accounts were delequent and I implmented payment arrangements and got them current or paying. I increased the arrears balance to a hundred thousand dollars positive and Prestiage refused to pay me my bonus of $2500.
Prestiage had good working flex hours.
Prestiage was a temporary job job and refused to pay my bonus.
Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – December 15, 2017
The higher ups don't seem to care about aids. Night shift rarely had enough people to work. Had 2 aids to work 2 halls one night. Aids are nice. The residents are loving, yet some get away with too much.
hard work and ourcomes do no matter to this company
Regional RAI Director (Former Employee) – Ohio – November 24, 2017
This company is a train wreck! They're all about making money, only, and not about taking care of the residents. Their facilities are always understaffed. There is poor clinical oversight. They never invest money into their facilities or staff. They care more about reports and numbers than they do actual outcomes. They might pay one person extremely well and the next really poorly for doing the same job. It's pretty bad when you find out that a brand new DON is making more than a regional position and you are working 12-16 hour days 6-7 days per week to help the company make more money. They tell you that your lousy mileage stipend will be re-evaluated, but mine never changed in 15 months. They will also tell you that you will be eligible for a salary increase after a year, but they find a way to postpone that, too. They promote people who have been with the company, but who are not necessarily qualified.
Accounting (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – November 7, 2017
Great team in the accounting department! The CEO started as a nurse's aide and encourages us all to remember that it is our residents that we serve. Ownership has invested heavily in new systems as we continue to grow and the company is on par technology-wise with companies much larger in the industry.
Focused on acheiving results with integrity. Team building.
Rapid growth can be stressful at times, but provides opportunities for advancement.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Grants, NM – September 11, 2017
I can't state enough how relevant experience I have accomplished working with my client I was assigned to.My job came automatic to showing compassion and sincerity, in helping people in need of there special needs.I take pride in doing so.
Nurse (Current Employee) – St. Clair, MI – August 21, 2017
What I've been experiencing on a typical day. I've had over 30 pt.s to care for on a day shift. In addition to passing med's and doing treatments, there's admissions to do especially on Mondays and Fridays. There's been some days when three admits come. Most often you'll find the admit paperwork on the med cart. Then, there's no time of arrival, and that usually indicates that the pt. won't come until after 5 p.m. So, that means, you have to call the physician caring for the pt. to confirm the medications, enter them, and schedule lab work. Then, the real fun begins. You send the med list to the Pharmacy, and if you've sent it early enough, all of the pt.'s meds will come (maybe). Even with STAT orders, expect a 4 hour wait. So, while you're trying to dispense medications and attempting to do treatments to the pt's. you have already, you're pulling the new client's med's from the back up box. Frequently, the other staff, (therapy in particular) take the pt. to therapy without letting you know that they're taking them, or if you've prepared their med's, then somehow you're interfering with their schedule. The C.N.A.'s are constantly doing "end runs" around the nurses, speaking with the N.P.'s and physicians.about pt's. and relating symptoms. (needless U/A's that have ordered). When new hires come and they see what we go through, frequently they leave even before their orientation is through (and I don't blame them one bit). You should be aware that you'll be at the low end of the pay scale, they don't recognize experience, and lately they've been denying vacationmore... time that was scheduled weeks in advance. When you get another position somewhere else, you have to give 4 weeks notice, or they pay you minimum wage for you last paycheck. I stay here for the pt.s, but lately I've been looking for another position.less
The pts., the other staff, i.e. Activities, Social Services