LPN (Current Employee) – Broadview Heights, OH – July 28, 2018
Grossly understaffed! No incentive for anyone to want to stay. There is no room for advancement. Terrible benefits. Management is very patronizing when addressed with concerns. They only care about having heads in beds and the bottom line.
Server/Bartender (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – July 12, 2017
This local, fun, welcoming neighborhood restaurant has a great regulars following. The owner is very responsive and takes endless feedback. Always willing to go above and beyond to please their guests.
Going to work every morning and knowing that I can change someone's life by kind words and encouragement was enough for me. Although, facing the challenges of death and working with a hard individual I learned to find different ways to work with the patients and get the job done.
Great place to work with a lot of opportunities to interact with the community
Community Assistant (Former Employee) – Johnson City, TN – August 28, 2014
A typical day at work included organizing and filing various paperwork. This included: leases, claims, reports, etc. We also worked on an individual basis with residents and maintenance to ensure everyone was living and working in a safe and luxurious environment. My co-workers and I all had the same goals and sought to accomplish them each day. The hardest part of the job was roommate meetings and counseling. The most enjoyable part was making a difference to the residents.
working at the heights was fun i felt like i made a difference. I knew most of the work since I've done the job before but since I had a lot of experience they taught me how to cook. my co-workers where all extremely nice and my supervisor was fun. it wasn't very hard since it was smaller then what I am used to but in all I enjoyed it.