Tech Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – February 26, 2014
A typical day in the Service Desk here consisted of back to back phone calls from the moment you login to your phone til its time to leave.
Since this this position specifically for myself was dual role, I provided on site support as well as maintaining some of the server infrastructure. This was much more enjoyable, as I enjoy interacting with individuals face to face and the clients seem to respond much better to a face rather than a voice.
There were two types of co-workers in this environment: those that showed up to excel and move on, and those that came to collect a pay check.
Manangement initially was difficult to work with because they were hired after the fact and didn't have much experience with the systems we had in place. After much training things settled after time and there was a healthy cohesion between the engineers and management.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 4, 2018
They don’t care anything about staff or patients. Iss all about the money and them trying to look good . Management always act like they don’t know about a lot of things going on unless iss time to put the blame on the workers. They WILL THROW the workers under the bus to save themselves.
High Stressed, under paid, understaffed, lazy and clueless management! This job was a complete waste of my life. Management turnover is about every couple years, so the rules and policies are consistently changing . No job advanced at all. Tried to get them to pay for my schooling for years and got nothing but the run around. Asked if I went to school could I train for a position they have and was told they would not train me. They write you up and fired the good ones for absolutely no good reasons but will keep the ones who call out and don't care about the work there. This place with literally suck you in, suck the life out of you and spit you out with nothing! They don't care about you, the residents , the families, nothing!!
unlimted overtime because they always have no staff
Working at Sava for almost 8 years i learned that no matter how good of an employee you are some places just arent gonna treat or pay you fairly. Sava created the opportunity for the experiences that help make me the aide i am today but i wouldnt recommend anyone work for them unless you enjoy working like a dog and getting paid like their feeding one
CNA (Current Employee) – Lincolnton, NC – May 23, 2018
I have been a CNA at Brian Center Lincolnton for 5 years now. I have worked at other facilities and I like this one the best. Co-workers treat you like family and I wouldn't want to work anywhere else!
Poor management. Heavy workload. Management has favorites. Older nurses make it difficult for new hires. Certain nurses are very late daily. No bonuses. Low pay. Assignment changes half way through shift.
Horrible place to work. They don’t care about the employees. When you have an issue they give you any answer to appease you and get you out of their face and then nothing gets done. The employees are all for themselves. No team work. The nurses have up to 28 patients. Administration is extremely unethical. They’re the only place that doesn’t get a yearly raise with an eval so I don’t know how they keep anyone there longer than a year. Residents are mostly young and homeless and drink and do drugs then harass you for narcs and the long term residents are poorly cared for. I wouldn’t let a loved even drive by this place.
LPN (Former Employee) – Ypsilanti, MI – May 7, 2018
Very poor place to work, No loyalty to the employees and treated them with severe disrespect on more than a weekly basis. Fired 2-3 people a month due to benefits/bonuses about to occur. Never took time for employees let alone staff. As a faithful and loyal person I felt very alone when walking away from the management. Bonuses promised but never came through. Mandated staff daily! Management never assissted with staffing issues, expected staff to staff ourselves if we wanted to leave ontime. On call management usually never answered in the case of emergency. Very poor work environment.
CNA (Former Employee) – Thornton, CO – May 6, 2018
Working with residents and lower and upper management is like relaxing. All residents are wonderful. Co-workers loving, friendly people. I loved to work for them and with them. The hardest part of the job is to keep up with all needs, because of luck of time, but finally you can manage it if you are hard working person and know how manage your time. If you know residents better you can work better, the same with staff you work with. The better you know them you better know if you fit the requirements.They are all like a family, they really motivate you to be a great worker and everything you are doing has a reason and meaning. I would love to work with them more and more until last call light but they are too good for me, I could not fit to much, I could be only grateful for great opportunity to help people. Wonderful experience, and great satisfaction. I love them all and miss them. Marta
CMA/CNA (Current Employee) – Hickory, NC – April 27, 2018
Out of the two facilities that I have worked within this one is by far the best place that I have ever worked. Overall great atmosphere. The staff has been wonderful and amazing and very successful in welcoming others.