It's a job. If you are new, have to wait 90 days until your benefits( sick/vacation) kick in. Also, if you are in certain departments, you are required to work holidays unless you take a vacation day which is a catch-22 if you are a new employee. And the Landing's version of paid holidays requires the employees to use vacation days in order to have your holidays paid for. Pay is decent. Co-workers are nice although they seem like they are hiding something or brooding. And the veteran employees seem clueless about new policies. In the department I work, there seems to be no printed department sop and communication is lackluster. We just wing it. In addition, if there are too many employees in your department and not enough work, we just sit around trying to find something to do or waiting for the manager to start sending employees home which is rare. Still, too many chiefs and not enough Indians. And as many have said, most of the time, the residents are wonderful, however a few can be trying as age related problems have set in.
Meals discounted, decent pay, health plan, residents, gym.
30 minute unpaid break, holiday pay, no 3 day holidays, lackluster communication, no sop.