Talk a big game, but actually working at the campus is a different story.
Support from management
Many concerns are brushed under the rug.
A lot of bickering and talking behind backs. Not a lot of teamwork when most needed.
Freedom to work independently
A lot of micromanagement
Changes made, no one knows.
Actually opposite here. Mostly women in this field and company. Men can't do their jobs because of sexism.
Office / Work Environment
Always hot, campus smells of sewer constantly and it gets nauseating. Not safe for residents or employees.
Constantly asking to work outside of scheduled shifts, very hard to work around things that come up.
Work one on one with residents. Wouldn't be overly difficult if we had the staff to meet the expected work.
Suggestions for improvement
- Change in managers on campus. Hold people accountable for actions. Expect things from all employees, or just some. Don't expect employees to do work outside of their roll and not compensate them for it.
What I like about the company
Every day I help the sick and elderly to live out the rest of their days in comfort.
What I dislike about the company
Overlooking many problems, not fixing known issues. Letting managers play favorites and let staff do whatever they want. Benefits are ridiculously expensive to cover families.