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Listen to employees that actually do lower level work. When corporate visits a facility, they only focus on a small group of upper-level management. I was not even told who they people were from corporate...then they left without addressing any problems. The Bigshots ate lunch in our private Dining Room then left the building. Very disappointing!

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The corporate staff acts like they are above others and aren't friendly toward employees when and if they decide to visit various locations that losing residents. They need to look around and ask questions from FORMER employees as they aren't living in fear of getting fired.Take action when numerous reports of unethical behavior or arrogant Administrators who are representing you. Stop lying to employees.

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Like many companies, they offer a variety of plans. For hourly employees, they offer four medical plans to choose from. Two are from Allied and two are from Cigna. They also offer dental, vision and free life insurance for full-time employees. You can pick what works best for you and your family. Additionally, they offer optional AFLAC benefits. 401k is also offered.

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I always worked extra hours to cover shifts because a lot of employees are late or call off a shift less than an hour before start time. It is so sad that so few employees really care about seniors. There is no appreciation given to employees that continually cover for others. Raises are few and the company expects the workers they can depend on to do the work of those who don't for the same rate of pay! The bosses go home on time or leave early and do not like to be called after hours.

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SLC cannot keep CNA's. Pay is so low it is impossible to stay.

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No advice needed. They will hire anyone on the spot because most employees leave soon after the date of hire.

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I was very happy and content caring for the elderly. Management was the most stressful aspect of my job because they constantly lie to employees and the residents. I couldn't rely on information I received from any of my superiors. The corporate office is not very approachable. They rarely visited and stayed in a conference room instead of caring enough to walk around and talk to people outside their group. I gave up hope and went to work at a better, less stressful facility.

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6 weeks. I was told a lie that background check was pending for an unknown reason. It doesn't take that long but hiring person was too busy. Also, I was told to come into work but didn't get paid for orientation or some training.
Park Place-Winghaven, Missouri

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Scrubs. Which is hot and sweaty. Do not like pants as they do not fit

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Unprofessional, very long hours always shot staff

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