What is it like to work at Rocky Mountain Assisted Living?

3.6Work/Life Balance
3.5Compensation/Benefits
3.6Job Security/Advancement
3.6Management
3.5Culture
3.0
Competitive Colleagues
Written by QMAP (Current Employee) from Denver, CO on May 2, 2018
The hardest part of this job was that I took on the night shift for 5 days, so I could study whilst staying awake, being a daytime student during the down times of the night. This I though should enable me watch and listen appropriately for resident's calls. At first this was a perfect job as I was motivated to speed up working and be done with most - more... routines of the shift by 2am and could then study whilst waiting on the fairly independent residents ' calls for help. But then, as soon as other colleagues saw that I studied in my downtime, they decided to start pilling most of the responsibili ... - less
Prosfriendly managers
ConsConstantly changing job expectations for once preferred shifts
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