Most low funded facilities aren’t good quality, which is typical. Symphony at Aria does have many employees who have stayed more than 5 years, but some people get comfortable and settle for certain things. Some may be happy as well. Worked morning and night shift. Memory Care units should not have double rooms nor alert long term patients on its unit. Many employees are in their own cliques, and the older Resident Assistants tease/go against the younger ones. Human Resources is a wonderful department, and works very hard on having a reliable team (all departments). Linens are locked in a basement, so RAs would have to get key from nurse to be able to stock supplies for residents. This is a great place for new Certified Nursing Assistants, because it can be heavy at times and they’ll learn how to adapt in hectic situations.
Human Resources, flexible with students
Patient ratio, resident/patient meals, staff