Buckner Retirement Services Reviews
80% would recommend to a friend
(10 total reviews)
Albert L. Reyes
79% approve of CEO
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Updated Jun 27, 2022
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- 5.0Jun 27, 2022Social Media CoordinatorFormer Employee, more than 1 yearDallas, TX
I really enjoyed my experience at BRS. Some of the kindest and most loving folks in the industry. They have great leadership that truly cares for you and your career development. If money were no object I would’ve stayed much longer.
It’s a nonprofit so sometimes they are not able to offer up to industry standard but their offer is really competitive!
- 5.0Apr 5, 2022Senior Director SalesCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearDallas, TX
Buckner has a great company culture. The corporate support team rolls up their sleeves and works alongside the community teams. Everyone knows one another by name and there is a caring culture which makes sense given that we are in the business to serve senior adults.
Long hours, but I gladly do it because I love what I do.
- 4.0Feb 8, 2022Project ManagerFormer Employee
Great Values and mission with a support culture that values work/ life balance
Due to industry constraints budget cuts leave limited resources for extensive needs.
- 5.0Oct 23, 2014Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
This company is the best in older adult services. They provide ample training and opportunity to grow. The managers are great and the CEO is a very nice man. The corporate office is a fun environment to be in and creates a culture of excitement.
The hardest part about this company is the fact that they do not have many positions that ever come open in upper management. When they do open it is highly competitive.2
- 1.0Dec 7, 2014ADON & MDSFormer EmployeeSan Angelo, TX
If you give up your life and make them a total priority your okay. You had bettered be able to fit into the Cliché their or you'll never make it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Gave them my ALL and when I needed them when I was down and needed help and patience they stabbed in in the back over and over!2
- 4.0Aug 13, 2015Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Progressive in technology to improve care for seniors. Great Christian company to work for. Very culturally diverse and works to improve communications with staff, very open to suggestions.. Hospitality between staff, residents, and families is practiced at all times Corporate staff very supportive from the President down
At this time I can not think of anything negative regarding company
- 3.0Mar 5, 2013Community LiaisonCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearAustin, TX
The best manager I have worked with in my whole career and an excellent hospice team.
Corporate admin cumbersome and behind the times with promotion and marketing .of their senior living communities.1
- 4.0Nov 20, 2015CNAFormer Employee, more than 1 yearHouston, TX
I kind a like the job
It was hard it was like some of the residents were late picking you what time they want the beds to make you want everything done then the nine