Nurse (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – October 31, 2018
Very poorly trained staff. Any person who believes the resident comes first will not fit in here. Poor management. Basic infection control practices ignored. If you believe in quality care-don't even apply.
Short commute for me. Worked with great program director. Wonderful residents.
Business Office Support (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – October 22, 2018
Management looks down upon the hourly staff. There is no positive reinforcement. Hourly staff are treated like disposable staff right from the start. There is not much consideration toward hourly paid staff. Management makes innuendos and demands rather than treat you like part of the team. You quickly realize your part of a different team. Training is by watching someone then being told to figure it out afterwards. Spent 2 days watching someone do their work, then told good luck when they went on vacation. I was left with duties that needed to be shown and explained. I wasn't given the chance to actually perform them with any guidance or questions answered. Other management staff will demand you do other things without any directive or help. There are people there who will make you realize real quick you are not worth trusting because you are an hourly employee.
No training, management has no consideration for hourly staff. No positive reinforcement.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Bellevue, WA – August 3, 2018
non-equal treatment between manager and staff,no good cleaning materials everything is already old,always no budget for housekeeping because always no charge for extra sevices,uniforms are poor,we need to provide our own working shoes
Registered Nurse (RN) (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – August 2, 2018
Bring your own equipment and it gets stolen, bully environment, management does't have time to listen to you. Charge nurse gives zero support to floor nurses, never leave on time, other nurse constantly complain about working there, all show upon hire, then reality sets in. Left after one month. Big waste of time.
Server (Former Employee) – Independence, MO – July 15, 2018
The only real joy in this job was helping the residents. Most of them are very sweet and will show their appreciation for you. Management seems to just make decisions on the fly, without thinking about what's needed or even actually possible. Pay raises and advancement opportunities are meager at best. If you start at $10 an hour, after 1 full year you have an opportunity to get up to a 2.5% raise (25 cents). This will only happen if you actually have a review and ace it, and then if hr actually processes that raise.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 13, 2018
The work is not bad as far as hard. However the hours are the worst one week you may have hours the next your may not have any, so there was no steady pay or room to grow! No benifits or any sick or vacation time we didn't even get uniform allowances.
Concierge/Front Desk Management (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – June 13, 2018
If you enjoy working with and serving senior citizens, then this is the most appropriate and enjoyable place to apply. The staff works cooperatively to help meet company goals and objectives, in order to meet the overall needs of the residents and their families, and all internal/external clients.
Flexible hours - Great for College Students or for earning extra income
Benefits are nearly non-existent or either too expensive for PT employees, Low salary--not commensurate to inflation/increases and constantly changing economic trends
Associate (Former Employee) – Trinity, FL – May 5, 2018
Directors play favorites, backstabbing, two faced towards staff and families. Care staff always short. Some directors rarely step out of their office but act like they're best friends with the residents when public events occur. Work environment and low pay is not worth it.
Medical Administrative Assistant, Externship (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – April 8, 2018
Externship site job was not to good, they site had no specific job for me, I continuously asked do do more but had no response back to me, the room I was told to work in had the temperature set at 85 degrees and it was very hard to do anything in that heat.
They pay was great but when it comes to management horrible. The services they had to offer to the patients and employees were alright because there were pto and health benefits but no comfort or concern for emergency situations.