Staff (Current Employee) – Portage, IN – July 21, 2018
I love the hours and I love helping patients. They do, however need to get rid of some of the rotten apples that work for this company. Management needs to learn how to lead better. They do more gossiping and throwing people under the bus, than they do caring for their employees. Management does not make you feel like you matter at all. Just another number to them.
VERY LOW Pay, too much gossip and not enough work.
Great place to work until they closed their doors without notice
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Hattiesburg, MS – July 19, 2018
For months we had rumors that they were closing. Constantly the management lied to us and told us no they were not closing. So imagine our surprise when they notified us on July 9th that we no longer had jobs.
Great job in terms of the people I worked with on the floor. Manaement was awful...
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Springdale, AR – June 29, 2018
They say their all about their employees and employees families. They're not, my daughter is very sick, she sees many specialists. As she had to be taken to children's I called in 8 hours in advance was told I was getting wrote up because I need to be at work instead of with my child.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Middleburg Heights, OH – June 25, 2018
Clinical staff is top notch. Friendly, knowledgeable and caring, the Clinical staff works very hard with little positive feedback from the Administration/Clinical Management. Management is detached from the actual patient care experience from both care giver & patient point of view leading to unreasonable expectations of staff and unsatisfied patients/families.
STNA (Former Employee) – Sylvania, OH – June 13, 2018
My job as an STNA was very rewarding. I love that i could make a difference in the lives of the ILL. Upper management was fake and buddy buddy. They werent fair to everyone just who they wanted to be fair with.,
Feeling rewarded by knowing i made a difference in the life of someone else.
Certified Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – June 5, 2018
I should have been more careful about what I was doing at that place. I didn't realize that the Director had been gunning for me the whole time, since my sister had sued him and won a judgement some years prior.
Initial training is lacking, culture is all about money
Human Resources Coordinator (Former Employee) – Sylvania, OH – May 8, 2018
I was trained by someone who was in the position less than six months. I had 4 HR supervisors in 18 months, 2 of which I never met face to face. CEO lacks professionalism and cares only about money and not patient care or employee satisfaction.
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – GA – April 15, 2018
Very fast paced environment. The pay and benefits are good. However, Assignments not safe and unfair, same nurses get easier patients. Lack of team work and house supervisors are lazy. Did not meet one RN that was happy to be working there. Everyone stayed for the money. Very unrealistic expectations of RN.
I received a call and was interviewed for 30 min on the phone. I was called in for another interview with the hiring department and a department head. I was told they would contact me within 5 days to let me know. I emailed HR more than once after the 5 day mark. I didn't even get as much as a thanks, no thanks. Nothing!! Personally, that kind of professionalism bespeaks what kind of a place Regency is to work.
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – March 30, 2018
Some of the overhouse supervisors will come to work with very bad attitude. it depends what behavior what day they have at home. I am assign to the worse assignment 95% of the time. The CNO and CEO they are good. they tried to be fair.