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Care Companion CNA – new

Lutheran Senior Services Springfield, IL

for the role is determined by the level of care, the size and physical layout of the household, and the extent to which meals are prepared. A Care… Lutheran Senior Services

5 days ago

Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA)

Lutheran Senior Services Springfield, IL

1. Provides medical and physical care, in accordance with their scope of practice (CNA), to the residents to meet their daily needs… Lutheran Senior Services

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John R. Kotovsky
3 Ratings

    Great mission but lack of leadership

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Saint Louis, MO
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Saint Louis, MO

    I have been working at Lutheran Senior Services full-time (more than 3 years)


    We live out our mission daily (Older Adults Living Life to the Fullest) through our resident centered care model. We do a good job of hiring people who truly care about our residents.


    Benefits are mediocre for a healthcare company. Insurance is expensive if you have any health condition at all (blood tests determine how much you pay). Time off looks nice at a glance, however is all encompassing of major holidays, sick time, etc so it is sub-standard at best.

    The home office has a lot of policies and procedures that hinder management's ability to effectively lead their community. There is a lot of tension about a "Guardrails" policy that was put in place by past leadership that indicated that communities could manage as they see fit. They are now trying to standardize across all communities with this policy still being in place. It results in resentment, frustration, and talking behind everyone's backs. No one trusts each other.

    Lack of communication around big changes coming down the pipeline.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get rid of guardrails, build trust within your management team, and get in front of big changes with proper communication.

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