Director of Community Relations (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 13, 2018
workplace culture was ever changing and aggressive in nature, structured meetings were informative yet without feedback, management changing and unsupportive, continuous growth flow in all departments without program or department documentation, lack of accountability department wide
a few compassionate caregivers, BBET programing for memory care residents, clean building
staffing issues, management did not have grasp on building
You are a number to them. No support. They will promise you the world to get you hired and leave every day by 4 regardless of the business. Place is depressing. CNAs treat the clients pretty bad. Can’t complain because as soon as you do the quit. I think in a year we went thru over 30-40 cna’s and probably 3 receptionists. And close to over 30 food and beverage employees. This to them is normal. It is not normal people. Upper management is ran by desk warriors who only leave their desk to eat lunch (1 hour lunch breaks for sushi were pretty normal). The building could be on fire with people dying and they wouldn’t care. To stay in business they promise residents the world and once they sign well good luck trying to get out of your lease. They are literal snakes. I was embarrassed by what I saw and tried to keep the residents happy but when they are promised 5 different soups made fresh daily when you have zero staff (you get one cook for breakfast and lunch and one for dinner. It was an act of god for me to get a dishwasher smh. If someone calls on don’t worry you will be expected to work. Favoritism to the extreme in this place. Cherry picking of the rules was daily. If you consider yourself a decent chef then do not take this job. There are much better places to work. The only reason I worked there was silly me I believed them I would have a good schedule. I can’t stress this enough people...they have been thru 3 chefs in a year....chefs won’t work in this environment. Stay away you have been warned
Business Office Manager/Bookkeeper (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – April 18, 2017
As long as you mind your business stay busy and not get too involved with controlling employees you will be fine. In 2016 the Administrator downgraded to a 2% raise to the employees, There are no incentives, the only employees that get incentives are the Administrator and DON. The company make employees feel you are not an important part of the company that keeps it growing.
Administrator / Executive Director (Former Employee) – Chesterfield, MO – January 2, 2014
Very supportive of employees, hands on and pro-active in patient care. Would still be with Traditions if they had a facility in St. Louis. They allowed me to run my building and take responsibility for my team.