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Capital Senior Living Overview

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Dallas, TX
5001 to 10000 employees
1997
Company - Public (CSU)
Health Care Services & Hospitals
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Unknown
Someone's got to capitalize on the housing needs of the growing number of seniors in the US, and who better than Capital Senior Living? The company owns or manages about 75 senior residential properties in nearly two dozen states scattered across the country ... Read more

Capital Senior Living Reviews

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Capital Senior Living Vice Chairman and CEO Lawrence A. Cohen
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    I have been working at Capital Senior Living full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    I work at a Capital Senior Living Facility in Indiana and as I read all of these reviews I could not believe that it was about the same company I work for. I work as a nurse and staffing is a issue, but it is a issue at every single facility in our area. The staff that I work with all try their best to do what they can to make sure the residents never go without the care they need. All the managers work whatever hours are required to see that the residents needs are met.
    All of our managers have been with our facility at least 2 or more years. I believe that all healthcare workers are underpaid and the health insurance could be better.
    However I believe that CSL had 4 different insurance plans that you can choose from depending on what you can afford. Plus I see that some people were complaining about getting a 2% annual raise. That was the same as the company I worked prior. The one before that didn't give me a raise for 2 years or the bonus it promised me either year so I left. Makes you appreciate the 2% when you get nothing.
    As for holiday pay. All hourly employees at the facility I work for gets holiday pay. If you are a CSL employee check your benefits hand book.

    Cons

    People that talk negatively about my residents, company,
    or staff.
    Losing Residents.
    Staff that do not understand that there is a shortage everywhere on staff and no facility is choosing to work the way they are.

    Advice to Management

    Plan programs out before implementing them. Have a backup plan in case the program does not work out. Hire more Corp nurses.

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Capital Senior Living Interviews

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Irving, TX
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    Application

    I applied through other source. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Capital Senior Living (Irving, TX) in August 2014.

    Interview

    It was good and the director was nice and friendly.He then I told me that if I work longer here then I would be qualified to have a 401 K. They would hire me immediately .They told me to come to the walk in interview and see if I would like to work here.They asked me if I like the job
    and I said yes.

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