James Place (Former Employee) – Dublin, GA – December 29, 2017
Working at James Place has taught me a lot on being patient and caring for others. It was never to much work to do. I actually loved my job. My manger was okay but overall it was a very comforting and self pace.
Server (Former Employee) – Spartanburg, SC – August 5, 2018
If you wasn’t someone big, you weren’t anybody. Wouldn’t let anybody get 40 hours. My highest amount of hours in 2 weeks were 77.5 and that’s because I came in Christmas Day 5 hours early to help set up. Bunch of drama. Sneaky lying managers. Some residents were great and some not so great. Executive directors were snobby and mean. Had an attitude all the time . Worked 2 weeks straight but everybody else had days off
Not enough hours, no set schedule, unfair scheduling
Administrator in training (Former Employee) – Spartanburg, SC – February 19, 2018
SLC was an excellent company to learn administrative skills with and offers numerous continued training experiences for all positions. Staff was knowledgeable, compassionate and the residents thrived at this location.
Executive Director (Former Employee) – South Carolina – November 16, 2017
Fearful sheep welcome - all others keep out. So many great people, at all levels, have worked for this company and left. Zero job security or opportunity for advancement except for members of The Clique.
Deep nepotism, insurance for dependents, lack of transparency, top-down cultural problem
This facility has a high turnover rate in both nursing staff and management. There is also a lack of communication among all staff, the management, and family members reguarding resident care. No one is on the same page communicating to each other but be rest assured that there is no lack of communication with rumors and other forms of negativity.
CNA (Former Employee) – Mount Airy, NC – July 1, 2017
In the beginning it is a great work experience. Then a couple months into your job you will notice the employees are petty and the managers do not care about you. If someone calls out and you can't come in they will hold it against you.
Administrator (Former Employee) – Georgia – April 27, 2017
Great people at the lower level of the pay scales. Upper management and executive leadership are only out for themselves. No job security, poor pay and no raise in 2 years while there. Be prepared to be called into work at any hour and expect overtime. They do not delive on their promises.
Quality Assurance/Infection Control (Former Employee) – Stephenville, TX – January 31, 2017
Started at facility as night-shift charge nurse, then to day-shift skilled care charge nurse. Promoted to quality assurance/infection control. The Director of Nursing and Administrator were great to work for. I enjoyed the teamwork environment.
Growing Company striving to do the right thing for residents and staff
Manager (Current Employee) – South Carolina – January 28, 2017
I've been with the company over a year and seen that most staff at the community and home office truly care about people. The company is generous on PTO and opportunities for staff to get additional education, which is not the norm that I have seen in the healthcare industry. I'm very thankful to be a part of the SLC team and hope to help them grow in the future.
Pto, Culture, Educational Opportunites
Insurance is expensive for families (but it is expensive everywhere I've looked)
Housekeeping Supervisor (Former Employee) – Carmel, IN – January 14, 2017
Carmel,In..The residents are some of tthe greatest people i ever worked for. But,the management is horrible. They practice in lying, misleading and more lying. They have a high very high turn over rate in middle management and entry level employment. The dont support and they undermine anyone that comes with new ideas....Beware...
Brightwater (Current Employee) – Myrtle Beach, SC – January 2, 2017
Typical day starts with a wonderful interaction with staff and residents. All which are supportive and enjoyable to be around. The small things matter and having a positive attitude is everything. My coworkers have always been there to support me. The hardest part of the job is having to tell people no. Everyday is different, not one day is the same.
Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – December 22, 2016
I enjoy interacting with my residents , and hearing about how their day is going. I've learned many new things about other people and how they lived their life. My co workers are amazing everyone treats each other with respect .
Lead Life Enrichment Coordinator (Current Employee) – Spartanburg, SC – November 30, 2016
I didn't like supervising people. I enjoyed the residents and working in my field of Recreation Therapy. My supervisor was down to earth, laid back and supportive. The staff I supervised were overindulged and spoiled and staff-split.
Excellent pay and good incentives
having to work every holiday and during snow storms
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Myrtle Beach, SC – November 2, 2016
I worked for this company for 6.5 years. This company only cares about how much money they bring in. Pay is low no raises,insurance sucks,and management only cares about reputation of company not employees or care of residents.