director (Former Employee) – Benton, IL – May 3, 2018
Very clean, great residents, great holiday events. Management is a lil shady, days is the best shift to work it allowed me to get my kid's off to school and pick them up as well, got to spend evenings and weekends at home with family.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – McKinney, TX – December 6, 2017
Bad managers. No one does anything to help the members, everyone just sits around. Higher ups never answer their phone calls and the members get mad very quick. 99% of the job is getting yelled at by members.
Family owned does not ahere to policy and procedure
Business Office Manager (Former Employee) – Maryland Heights, MO – November 27, 2017
Atmosphere as far as Nursing Home/Office was good, but they do not motivate the employees. Family owned and a few of the owners when in the building are VERY rude to employees and look down on them and talk to them like dirt.
Poor Management, but did learn alot from upper management when aloud to, but no room for growth.
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – November 5, 2016
A typical day work for a stone bridge company was great! It really shaped me in skills I gained and helped direct me to higher my education and driven me to be more. I learned a lot with stone bridge, biggest skill I have learned and greatest skill to have is professionalism. I had a great work family, that is what had kept me there for so long. The most challenging part of my day at that job was to provide satisfying and exceptional customer service leaving the guest happy and a loyal Marriott member.
Director (Former Employee) – Bedford, IN – February 13, 2016
Poor upper management and communications, heavy employee turn over rate, I learned that this company has no respect for its employees and that the owner has no Idea of the true running of his facilities, Hardest part was dealing with upper management drama and turn over rates of admin and employees, the most enjoyable time was the time off work unfortunately.
at times there have been too differences of opinions the last year had gotten worse and leadership had down along with spirit of the employees!
Chef (Former Employee) – Kitchen – October 30, 2014
My summary covered my review. When I first started working at emeritus it was a fun happy, outgoing community. Which made me fall in love with the community. Not sure of what caused the decline of moral.
SR. CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – Houston – July 25, 2014
The positions are consulting positions, business development managers rest on their past victories too much and don't go after new business, they keep chasing the same old customers. They over rely on subcontracts which are horribly matched for their jobs. Management has no follow through on ideas and change with the wind.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Vancouver, WA – April 17, 2014
A typical day at work is high energy and stressful. I have learned to be more patient and understanding. I love my coworkers and we all work well together as a team. The hardest part of the job is time management and being able to give each individual the attention they deserve. The most enjoyable part of the job is the genuine gratitude and love from my residents for what I do for them.
Having an income. Feeling appreciated
Under staffed, under paid, unappreciated by management