Nurse (Former Employee) – Tennessee – August 24, 2018
Management does not care about the staff or patients, just there for paycheck. More concerned for quantity of patients than quality. Other nurses and staff do not act in professional manner towards other workers or patients.
RN (Former Employee) – Martin tn – September 8, 2018
Worked salary. Never again. They take advantage of you working salary. Worked my job during the day and in the evening worked the floor. No compensation. Absolutely AWFUL!! You have to be political to get ahead! I would not recommend THM at all.
I come from alabama and applied and I must say I felt at home. They welcomed me with opened arms and they really take out time with the residents!! I would recommend this facility to anyone that's looking for a job in healthcare!!
This place needs to shut down. The whole facility is dirty and nasty. The floor techs dont mop or clean the rooms. You literally walk in poo and urine daily. Food all over floors. The administration only cares about themselves and making a dollar. He walks around and don't speak. He has been there almost a year and don't know the first thing about running a nursing home or try to get to know the patients or workers. The new staffing coordinator doesn't have a CLUE. She always make us work short staffed and if you ask a question, she is rude..She has her picks of who she gives vacation days to or let call in on the regular basis, with no consequences. She rather smoke a pack a cigs all day than take care of these residents. We have been working under staffed for a long time and she won't hire the people to work or the right people. It's always a friend of hers she hires or a family member of hers. The nurses are lazy and will not answer a call light and be standing in front of it but will page for a cna to come get, knowing we are short staffed.
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Tennessee – August 9, 2018
This company has great support and a very open door policy when it comes to every aspect. They are very supportive and pay really well. They give you the tools you need to succeed and are there by your side the entire time. Great management and great environment.
MHT (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – August 4, 2018
This is a bad place to work because they have a lot of rules that no one follows. The nurses are weak and afraid to discipline the MHT’s. They look the other way when they see a problem. They are lazy and do not like to help. They tell lies to cover up the other lies that they already told. U can’t trust them. They want good workers but they are not a good employer. They show favoritism to the ones who do the least amount of work.
Management has changed several times since I been there. They come in trying to change stuff for the better but this place is so out of order they leave just as fast as they came.
I never seen a place so out of order. It’s stressful and hostile. The turn over rate is rediculous. I’ve seen a lot of good people leave because of the working conditions from techs to administration.
Pay is ok
Hostile work environment no raises poor management
RN (Former Employee) – West Tennessee – July 20, 2018
The nurses and CNAs not only have one of the toughest jobs out there, but most of them really care for the residents from what I saw. I hope they are all recognized and made to feel appreciated everyday for all of their hard work.
Until the C-Suite folks take action and address the problems with the “Parsons Set” of folks, the company will not operate efficiently or be as profitable as it could be, and for that matter as good of a place to work as it has the potential to be. There are too many inefficiencies caused by the “back office” in Parsons, and it creates a drag on the overall performance of the company along with causing problems that spill over into the facilities.
The bench isn’t very deep with knowledge and expertise with some of the folks in regional roles either, so there’s not a lot of useful help when you turn to them for support lots of times.....I do hear there are some great regional folks at THM though, so that’s not an across the board assessment.
I was surprised to see petty, territorial infighting among some department managers in Parsons that had a negative impact on individual facilities as well.......way too many people pulling against each other rather than together in the company as a whole, mainly Parsons though. I think it’s just a small town petty drama fest there, but it gets into some of the buildings from what I saw, too. Instead of a workforce of highly skilled healthcare professionals dedicated to their jobs and careers, there’s a lot of pettiness and infighting along with the occasional knife in someone’s back. I noticed thatmore... too many times the bad behavior seemed to start with folks that have roles in the company that impact multiple buildings and who you would think are professional and sophisticated enough not to act like mean girls in high school.
I know THM went through a rough couple of years a few years back because of mismanagement at the top. Hopefully that’s all behind them now, and they are focused on making THM a 21st century healthcare provider instead of one stuck in 1982.less
The nursing assistants are expected to do vitals, baths, weights, pass ice, assist with 3 meals, answer call lights and chart patient info on the day shift, per assigned patients. That could be anywhere from 8 to 16 patients. It's just according to how many aides are working. More times than not you work short of an aide. They really prefer you to dedicate all of your time to them, don't want you working another job...so they can call you in all of the time when you're off. Strictly 12 hour shifts. My job location was West Tennessee Transitional Care. Very unorganized place in every department. The patients do not get the quality care they pay for due to being short staffed...mostly CNAs. Worked with WTTC for 3 yrs. If you don't mind working 12 hours and overwhelmed, stressed out...then you should be fine.
Management micro-manages every department. There is high turn over rate of employees due to poor management. Not enough staff for amount of patients. There are high school cliques and if you aren't "in," everyday will be awful. Administrator has no idea what is going on floor. She would rather keep her "favorite" lazy employees over good hard working employees. Lots of drama. Work you to death, due to staffing issues that are never fixed. Charge Nurses are lazy and don't help us techs. No one works outside their job descriptions.
I was hired into management with no orientation, no training, no previous person in my role to help me settle in. I had to learn my job by myself with no expectations, goals, or support. Other management members expected staff there 24/7 with no notice. They had no care at all about employee satisfaction, retention, or growth. When expectations were addressed, they were unrealistic. The job offered was not the job expected of me. My offer was not honored despite signed copies. Poor morale with negative staff. Multiple call-outs every shift. Every shift is short handed and often one nurse works alone overnight. Would NOT recommend!
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – United States – May 9, 2018
I was very disappointed when I recieved only $1.29 more in pay when I recieved my RN Associate's degree in the LPN to RN fast track. I was a a LPN for 14 years before I finally got my RN degree. I was crossed trained in all areas of nursing. I was looked over on multiple occasions for management positions. They would rather hire someone they were friends with outside of work. The company used to be a great place to work. But things seemed to shift when CEOs were found to be spending the company's money inappropriately. Management is terrible. There is alot if favoritism among the ones who are supposed to be running the show. CNAs do not get the pay they deserve. Nor do they get the pat on the back. They have the hardest job over all. Floor nurses have alot on their plates too. Which if you ask me, I think 30 patients to one nurse is asking for trouble. But who cares in management as long as the company is making money. Well I know I will never work for THM facilities ever again. Why Bother wasting my time. Trust me there are way better opportunities then this one.
I was employed with savannah healthcare in savannh tn my experience there was horrible very few coworkers got along wiith no drama we were always short ,expected to cover yourself you were ill even if you were hospitalized, the residents definately didnt receive what they were paying for ,always out of supplies llinen shortages and just a lack of good morale.
I love my job, love my coworkers that work the floor, but the management is very poor. From the administrator, to the DON, to Staffing Coordinator. These are people that don’t like their jobs, so how do they expect their employees to like their jobs and perform well. The management is what has me looking for another job. I will be leaving soon. We have horrible turn over rates here for nurses and cnas. The pay and benefits are horrible also. CNAs don’t get there promised days off due to lack of staff so they are forced to work 4 12hr Days a week.
Patients and floor workers
Poor Management, little to no benifits, lowest pay from thm than any other surrounding facility
Management (Former Employee) – TN – March 23, 2018
I absolutely loved the facility I worked at. I loved my co-workers & the residents. Pay is terrible, no compensation for time worked, bi monthly pay, so basically, you work a month and a half before getting a full check, it takes forever to get hired & started. No in house HR, no help when short staffed, administrative staff have zero support (depending on your position). They need help! In house management are not given what they need to retain employees. There are no competitive wages, no raises, when things get hard, half of the facility has to leave before they even start to listen, and Im sure its only so everyone doesnt leave all together. McDonald's pays better wages. Good luck & best wishes.
Facility staff are hard core, residents are amazing, most staff are very positive & great to work with
Nurse (Current Employee) – Humboldt, TN – March 19, 2018
Humboldt Healthcare is an excellent place to work. Management is easy to work with and helps build you up as an employee instead of tearing you down. We are a 4 star facility and take pride in the work that each one of us do. At times the work load can be stressful but we all pitch in to get the job done. As a nurse my patients are my world and it is very easy to get attached. I have worked for other companies as part time or PRN and this facility has all of them beat by a mile. Humboldt Healthcare is the gold star facility in Humboldt.
career advancements, Teamwork, every other weekend off, competitive pay
I have been with THM for about 11 years and I have watched it decline rapidly. Mostly due to corporate stealing money but it’s declining is felt company wide. There are no incentives in working for this company. I am basically the same as someone who started yesterday. The only incentive for staying is vacation time, but you have to work a whole year to get ANY PTO and most companies you acquire it as soon as you start working. There is no shift differential, and it is very unlikely you will get a raise. The starting pay is good, but it should be cause you will probably stay at that rate for a while if you stick around. The opportunity for advancement is good because management is always quiting.
No incentives, no shift differential, vacation time, poor management
Inventory Control Manager (Current Employee) – Parsons, TN – March 4, 2018
I was skeptical after moving back to the area after living in a large metropolitan area for over 30 years. The management team has a vision for excellence. I am very fortunate to join this group of talented individuals. You will not find a better group of people and we anticipate a bright future of great things to come!