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The pay for all roles vary by location.

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We've made great progress in streamlining our processes to include many steps in the recruiting and hiring process. Each location usually manages the interview process on their own which increases the chances that the process varies by location. We are still working on standardization where possible. We apologize if there was a negative interview experience. We truly are committed to caring and look for new partners who are also committed to caring. Good luck on your interview.

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I was with the company for a year and a half as an Office Manager. I received A twenty one cent raise and had an excellent performance rating. I know for a fact that hire ups receive a lot more.

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Run it's not worth it, not enough pay .You only get The cost of living raise once a year.....The insurance sucks...because it's private own. Example: (your payment is doubled every two weeks..If your insurance is 100.00 monthly, every two weeks 100.00 comes out of your check instead of it being 50.00 every two weeks. Not to mention your still gonna get billed like crazy from doctor even for just a regular physical. Yes it's true if you get picked for Disney is the only way you get 2.00 raise.(Good Luck you must be a favorite)

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Stressed. Administrators don't have control of facilities. AVP has all control. PH is using your credentials.

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Things like working conditions have to change. For if they do not, the company will not survive. There will not be anyone to take care of the residents.

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We've made great progress in streamlining our processes to include many steps in the recruiting and hiring process. Each location usually manages the interview process on their own which increases the chances that the process varies by location. We are still working on standardization where possible. We apologize if there was a negative interview experience.

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No. There are know RTs at this location.

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The interview seemed to paint the job as much better than it was. Did not give clear picture of what it would be like to be on-call. Made it sound like paperwork could easily be done around home responsibilities. Seemed to say what I wanted to hear. This rosy interview made it so much more frustrating when I started the job and it did not match what I was told. During the time I was there, I saw so many instances of a position quickly being filled with a candidate that was not right for the job.

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