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How would you describe the pace of work at Radiant Senior Living?

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By helping others

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Working to me is second nature. I enjoy helping others.

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Extremely stressful with not light at the end of the tunnel. There was inadequate staffing, staff no show, staff turnover and low esteem were all part of the package. I couldn't wait to get out of there.However the residents were on the most part very sweet and thankful. However when they did complain, the supervisor was all to willing to degrade you in front of the resident. They could do no wrong. Also willing to look down on you in order to appear very superior. Will never expose myself to that work atmosphere again.

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Stressful as there is too little help to provide accurate distribution of medications. Disaster waiting to happen. Very little positive in the approach to the employee well-being. Want too much from individuals with too little aid. Huge turnover with a lot of no shows

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Horrible and extremely dangerous. Medications are not to be treated lightly. Medication errors too easy to make when there is only 1 med tech for 3 floors and at approximately a city block each. I couldn't stand the expectations that were so lightly taken.

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Under staffed under trained

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Fast paced, dangerously under staff

Answered - Wellness Nurse (Current Employee) - Colorado Springs, CO

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It depends on the shift you work. I worked day shift so it is very fast paced during the day whereas night shift is more slow.

Answered - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) - Everett, WA

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