- Liberty Village of15.Dec 2015
Support from management
You can tell management or anyone hire up, they don't fix the problem
There was not really any team work, everyone seemed to work against each other instead.
No communication, it made working even harder.
I feel some workers got special treatment as others didn't.
Overall compensation for your work
You get under payed, working 2nd shift I only made $10.80.... Not worth it for all the stress.
Office / Work Environment
It kindve looked like a dive and the bathrooms were really noisey and small. Hard to work in.
A lot of the workers talked bad about the place, it was a negative environment.
Its only ground level, it has great accessibility.
I didn't exactly have training, they just through me in.
I typically felt I completed and helped a lot, it was definitely a great feeling and it makes me feel great.
Suggestions for improvement
- Have more cna's working each shift. Have groups, each can get their group up and it will be a bit easier if there was 4 cna's on the heaviest halls, and 3 on the others.
- Cloth pads, they are much easier and cheaper!!! Paper makes you spend more money when you could be using it for something else.
- New lifts, a few hoyers, Sara lifts( they are a life saver), and new stand aids(as theirs were old and some were broken)
- Strict lunch times! Not whenever aids feel like going.
- Every other weekend off (we need our weekends too! Its a nice break)
- Better pay ( my job now, I am still a cna, but I switched to 1st shift and I make $12 an hour. I was working 2nd a few months ago at $10.80 an hour.)
What I like about the company
I loved a lot of my coworkers and residents, I loved going to work.
What I dislike about the company
Management hasn't done as much as they could to help the cna's out.
The following benefits were offered to me
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- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2015