Dietary Assistant (Current Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – November 14, 2018
A typical day is pretty easy. You grab food from the kitchen bring it over to your side and prepare anything necessary to make the job go more efficient. You wait till residents come to the dining area and you serve them. Afterwards you clean the dishes and the kitchen and bring plates and oven trays back to the kitchen.
at times can be fast paced and a little overwhelming but nothing terrible.
LPN Charge Nurse (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 13, 2018
Wesley (Stapeley) is very clean but management is very poor. You can do everything plus more and they will find something to complain about. They are not loyal to their staff. CNAs make more than a lot of nurses. Great place for most CNAs.
There are a lot of days we worked so hard and they didn’t even notice but on the other hand the staff worked together to get things done I always smiled I hardly called out and sometimes they didn’t appreciate me
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 28, 2018
wesley enhanced living was a good job I loved working there I learned about different foods and diets I grew close with a lot of patients there an treated hem like family I would recommend welsey as someplace to go
Server/Prep Cook (Current Employee) – Moreland, PA – June 18, 2018
The hours vs. work days are okay, the work can get monotonous, but rewarding. Recently, the staff in the kitchen has gotten thin, but the staff that is there is dedicated and willing to cover for others in emergencies.
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 23, 2018
I really enjoyed the residents when I worked as a Dietary aide at Wesley Enhanced Living. The issue was pay was $7.91 and Dietary was the lowest paid in the building it was unfair. My supervisor who happened to be the Director of food services lacked competency and empathy as the nurses had often ordered food for themselves. I left this place and always wondered what happened to my residents. But I had to complete schooling as Dietary is nothing more than a temporary thing. The role is vital but I wasnt made to feel like that. My co-workers were okay but most didnt really care for the residents. There are only four people I can name including myself who cared.Take into account I worked this position in 2010ish. My former supervisor has been removed thank goodness but it took so long.
Love of residents
Pay, Culture, Apathetic attitudes in upper management
Billing and Reimbursement Coordinator (Current Employee) – Warminster, PA – April 18, 2018
This company has wonderfully talented workers and potential, but the delegation and leadership needs work. The success of the company relies on its people and would benefit from better teamwork and delegation/communication.
this particular job can get pretty boring after a while
Activities Aide (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 11, 2017
was pleased with a job at first but then needed a more of a challenge and more income. I felt as though i was not learning much from the role and needed something more challenging however over all it was a useful experience.
free lunch wednesdays, and free snacks throughout the week
the job becomes very relaxed and not challenging enough
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Media, PA – December 6, 2017
It's always great being at work, learning how to appreciate others. I also love the work environment created by both the Employer, Employees and Residents. I love to taking care my resident because it makes me feel fulfill