Do you currently get paid for holidays and/or shift differential? Do you know what your job expectations are and are given the support needed to do your job? Are you given the correct tools to do your job efficiently and effectively? If you answer yes to any of these questions and have come accustomed to having these things necessary to do your job, then I wouldn't work for Saber. While working in the medical field, there is always going to be something that makes the job more difficult, but working for this facility makes a tough job even harder. There is no incentive or compensation to work holidays, Sundays, or different shifts. You're pretty much working on your own with very little to no support from the higher ups, but are made to feel that they are always there to help you that is unless you need help. There is little to no communication and if there is a problem, it is often told to others and not necessarily the person who may need to know to correct the issue. Also, there is a lack of accountability with expectations changing frequently and sometimes daily. Admissions are taken without regard to correct staffing and/or training staff to take care of those who may need special accommodations, such as increased fall risk, dementia with behaviors, etc. This best part of the day are the residents and taking care of them to the best of our ability and resources, but the company does seem to appreciate those who are the meat and potatoes of their operation.
the residents, great pay
lack of communication, no holiday pay, lack of support from management