- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Brightview Senior Living part-time (More than a year)
Everyone there was very nice. They provided continuous training and free food. Their hours were very flexible. Supervisors tended to be very receptive to your needs. The free food is delicious, and if you're lucky you can take some pretty high quality expensive food home because they have to clear out the fridge every week to keep up with the needs of a rotating menu.
Continuous increase in workload without compensation. Pay was low. Short staffed. They were real stringent on having you clock out and not get overtime, even if the workload is not done. Thus forcing you to cut corners. Turn over is high. Also there is no career ladder to climb.
Advice to Management
Higher two people for the kitchen maintenance shift. Or make it a salaried position so that a single person can get all the tasks done. Also, continually expanding the job duties without compensation is not right.
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