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I have been working at Brightview Senior Living full-time (More than 3 years)
I went to Brightview almost 3 years ago because I had a desire to work in human services, specifically with seniors. It is extremely fulfilling on a personal level knowing that my presence there is a comfort to my residents & their family members. On a business level, I have contributed a great deal to the company that I am very proud of.
I have been let down by this company both personally and professionally. I have been denied advancement in position despite my workload tripling in the last 2 1/2 years. The community is mismanaged, which results in a hostile & negative working environment.
Advice to Management
Treat everyone equally - don't ignore one employees' bad behavior and discipline another for the same or lesser offense. Terminate employees whose behavior warrants termination; don't give them 10 more chances to repeat the behavior.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Brightview Senior Living (East Norriton, PA) in October 2016.
The process was slow. I applied on line and was directed to complete a personality index assessment. That was followed by a phone interview with a recruiter. I was later referred to meet with the Executive Director of one of the facilities for an in-person interview. This meeting was arranged about 1 month after I had been contacted by the recruiter she was going to schedule an interview with the ED. When I arrived for the in-person interview I was given another online assessment. This was followed by an interview with the Ed who only asked a few questions.