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.
Two people and other managers in charge were awful at the Ofallon, Mo location. Could not depend on co-workers to show up for their scheduled shifts and supervisors were not willing to work when short staffed, yet expected employees to do the work understaffed. One never knew what to expect as rules changed. We were written up for stupid reasons that seldom made sense.
Management is unethical, demoralizing, and completely inept. They turn a blind eye when the residents are afraid they “will end up out on the curb” for saying something bad about management.
Management failed to care about staff. Felt like no one cared about kitchen staff, memory care always emailing the boss for things that were out of our control
The managers were never willing to help care for the residents. The nurse was not willing to help cover shifts and employees had to come in sick if no one would cover their shifts. The nurse barely checked on the residents even when there was a change reported to management by the med aide. The cook always complained about the residents changing their minds about meals when most of them had dementia so they couldn't help it. LOVED the residents
Ignorant & arrogant managers!.
My job was "eliminated" because they said I wasn't needed any longer. I was also told that other communities the same size as where I was was also going to do the same. Absolute lies! The Executive Director is not liked or respected by the residents or the staff. BAD corporation to work for. They believe in what will put money in the bank account only!
Ignorant & arrogant managers!
Answered - no title (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
It was a miserable place to work. I got a much better job that pays well and has good benefits.
Answered - Aide (Former Employee) - Ohio
I left this job because I felt as if majority of the residents should be in Nursing Homes recieving the right help and attention necessary while this was only an ALF. Also, I was doing way too Much work and putting in a lot of overtime just to help out and i felt that I was under paid and unappreciated.
Answered - Med Tech/Caregiver (Former Employee) - Sarasota, FL