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What advice would you give the CEO of White Pine Senior Living about how to improve it?

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The best advice would be for you to resign. Please take this into consideration for the best interest of the company, staff, and residents. When doing so, please take your family and friends with you. Your team is not qualified for the positions you all are in whether they are true positions or made up for them. Your housing managers and nurses know this and unfortunately do not respect any of the upper management because of it. All I can say is bless it be the day your license is taken away and you can no longer neglect your staff and residents.

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C.R (owner) the best advise I could give you to save your company is terminating your upper management team who are all related and ruining your business. This company back in 2011-2015 was wonderful, because you had a true leader K.S. When she resigned and you had G.S and her entire family take over is when your company started to fail and is continuing to fail. The turn over for housing managers are ridiculous, the key to succeed is having consistency. Look at the bigger picture here. Read these reviews. Investigate. Make White Pine back to how it used to be. A happy wonderful job.

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Live by your mission statement. If you treat nurses and caregivers like they don’t matter andcare expendable then they will be. Contrary to what CEO believes, people don’t just do this job for the money and you can’t treat them that way! That is why you are constantly hiring, firing and stepping on those below you. CleN up your buildings and your employees work space. If the building is fAlling apart yet you charge residents $4-6,000 a month to live there then where does the money go? Certainly not into buildings or patient care! Team work occurs when employees are invested and have a leader. There are no leaders at this company. Lots of gossip and book clubs, but no investment in staff or residents. No wonder your reviews are terrible and you can’t keep staff.

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The vision statement was changed from serving "residents" to serving "people" better than anywhere else. This is a flat out lie. If you stand by this vision statement, focus on providing proper support of nurses and caregivers. They are who can make this statement true.

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Keep your business at corporate. Do not just come in and change everything that was wonderful before you got there. I believe its called "cleaning house"
Horible

Answered - Activities Director (Former Employee) - Mendota Heights, MN

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