Pros – The residents, it's very satisfying knowing you are helping people in their last stages of their life.
They try to do things for the staff occasional. ie: Employee of the Month, Christmas party, or a free meal.
Fundraisers for community events.
Cons – Communication is poor.
Not all the department managers are willing to help if we need it.
A lot is expected of certain people and not others.
Some employees go above and beyond to help the residents or for the company with very little recognition.
Advice to Senior Management – Be more proactive in communicating with staff, such as ask us for some input, even if you don't use it, give us an opportunity to feel like we being a part of the Autumn Care rather than just the "workers".
Treat all of us as people, not just employees.
More support from upper management.
Management needs to work more together as a team, it is very obvious that they don't.
Help us when we are short staffed, such as when we have several people call out, instead of just trying to call in other staff, and then just leave and leave to go home with the hopes that some one will come in, and if someone does come in other their day off to help, we have to make sure we don't work any overtime.
Pros – Having a passion helping people that may not have no one else to take care of them.
Cons – Cares more about the looks of the place and not residents living there, disciplines everyone for certain people's actions. Bugs in resident's bed. Ask's people to do things that they are not certified in
Advice to Senior Management – When you ok someone for something, you should give them what you said would of been ok. Also not change people's schedule without notifying them. Take care of the bug problem before someone gets bit and hurt. Disciplining everyone for only certain people's actions is unfair.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
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