RN (Former Employee) – Mercer, PA – August 20, 2018
I only worked for this company for 2 months due to becoming my mother's caregiver, but I love this facility! It was clean, supplies were available and it had responsive management. Nursing management was top notch and very warm and caring with employees, residents and families. I was thoroughly trained and was encouraged to ask questions. There were a couple of people who weren't a joy to work with but probably fewer than average. Residents were well cared for and generally happy. This facility really stands for "Family is who we are."
The regions leader in post acute care and workplace culture!
Director of Marketing (Current Employee) – Butler, PA – August 6, 2018
Spending a day as an employee of Quality Life Services you are able to identify why they are the regions leader in post acute care and workplace culture.
Quality Life Services owns and operates: skilled nursing facilities, personal care homes, home health services, and hospice services.
Their quality of care and family like culture surpass other similar organizations. Their focus on putting their residents, patients, residents/patient's families and their staff before the "bottom line" is truly awe-inspiring and really show cases how much they care.
The 3 owners are very much actively involved and are an inspiration to staff. They treat every single employee from the ground up like a member of their family and truly care about them and make an honest effort to show it.
In the last year, Quality Life Services has put a focus on streamlining their identity/brand, improving the resident/patient/family/staff experience and care, and hiring some of the industry's sought after veterans for various departments to help continue and foster the growth of the organization.
Of coarse with any organization there are going to be bumps in the road, growing pains, and some service breakdowns. These things though do not define the organization or any organization for that matter as no place of employment is truly ever "perfect" or gets it right the every single time the first time.
I am proud to be apart of such an amazing organization.
RN (Current Employee) – Grove City, PA – July 25, 2018
QLS grove city is a wonderful place to work. The company offers great benefits, two raises every year. They care about their residents and offer the "dream" program similar to make a wish program. That is funded by staff donations and the dream fund. Residents go on outings with activities and get out of the facility. Employees nominate the employee of the month. opportunities for overtime available. Flexible shifts with 12 hour 8 hour 10 hour or 16 hour shifts available
RN Supervisor/Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Chicora, PA – July 17, 2018
Poor management, no support for the floor staff from management, DON knew nothing about the residents or the processes of the facility, no organization, management sat in meetings 3/4 of the day and accomplished very little while floor staff drowned. The list is endless...
Floor staff- the RNS, LPNs and CNAs worked hard and cared about the residents
Dietary Aide (Current Employee) – Apollo, PA – May 28, 2018
Working in the kitchen is not easy. We get looked down upon the higher staff and the hours aren't very flexible, you either get all daylight or all evening. 9 different shifts in the kitchen with room to grow in very few of them. The residents are the only thing that make it worth it.
The staff that go above and beyond are just given an even larger work load and no credit for there efforts. Unless your in the nursing department. Very much like high school with the either your part of the IN crowd or your on the outside and left picking up slack. Advertise family is who were are. Nothing more than clever marketing because they talk the talk but don't walk the walk. Wouldn't refer this as a place to work. Which is sad given the business there in.
Paid time off
Overall work environment leaves alot to be desired
Very poor quality management. Unprofessional in dealing with staff, often tries to guilt staff into working extra due to most of staff quitting. The DON is a poor leader, deceitful with staff, manipulative and self serving. Staffing ratios are extremely unsafe. Very short on commonly used supplies, with poor quality product supplies that are available. Their concern is profit not patient safety/care. Very stressfull working environment.
Smaller unit has potential to be a great place with better management.
When the office people from Butler came to West Haven they mean and unfair, they give us more work less people to take care of patients. Too much work and stress. They make our bosses mean when they come. Budget budget budget all they say.
We apologize and are disappointed to learn that your experience wasn’t as positive as we desire for all Quality Life Services’ employees. We are usually known for our great culture and the way we put our staff and residents at the center of what we do. As much as we pride ourselves on providing a great culture and work environment for our staff, we do realize and admit that mistakes and issues do happen. We may not be able to change the past, but we value you and your concerns. We want hear all about your experience and your feedback, this will allow us to identify areas for improvement and will allow us to create a better experience for our employees and residents.
If you would like, you can call us at 724 431-0770 to discuss your concerns. We look forward to hearing from you.
Want to know more about Quality Life Services? Just ask.
DIRECTOR (Current Employee) – Pennsylvania – April 29, 2018
Overall the company means well but is unwilling to invest in their properties that really need work, their people who need training especially management, or provide the tools necessary for staff to do their jobs.
Office staff (Current Employee) – Apollo, PA – April 27, 2018
No job is ever perfect, but they are definitely a family here, and the culture is different and more relaxed than most nursing Home facilities. Residents are awesome. Company is decent, decent benefits, pay isn’t bad.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Markleysburg, PA – April 19, 2018
Work day was slow and steady. Learned a lot about patient conditions. Management was good. Work place culture was very diverse. Hardest part of the job was transferring patients. Most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with patients.
People there was unprofessional. A lot of gossip in the work place. Favoritism was shown to certain staff. Men and women staff could not get alone. It started out okay but staff could not separate personal with business.
I like the people i work with including management
Not telling (Current Employee) – Johnstown, PA – March 1, 2018
Advancement is very few.. you can work in more departments than one but when they're done with you in that department your hours go down... but I really do love the people I work with as my coworkers and I do like most of the management Staffing the residents and families are great.... the food has a lot to be desired
Management does care... and a small Nursing Facility
Don't work in other departments without something in writing
Clinical Supervisor (Former Employee) – Grove City, PA – February 17, 2018
Constantly threatening your license with abandonment if you do not accept the mandation. Poor management who will not pitch in and help out. Illegal mandations are part of the company culture. Clinical equipment all broken - right down to not having blood pressure cuffs or working thermometers.
Unit Assistant (Former Employee) – Kingston, NY – February 12, 2018
Great experience Opportunity to observe medical field. Learned how to communicate with others. Learned the stories and narratives of the residents. Culture was friendly Hardest part was not having licencing or medical experience to assist fully.
Residential Support Staff (Former Employee) – Northern Cambria, PA – February 3, 2018
very poor communication between management and supervisors (which is told to act like management but not treated as such) long hours 12 or 16 hour days 56 hour weeks. High turn over rates for staff, they are trying to work on lowering hours and raising pay but wont last long because with out the overtime pay isn't worth it (even with the raise) So most staff will be looking for new jobs
get to eat at work, get to partake in fun activities if you get active client.
long hours, not paid enough for amount of work you are to do, poor communication