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Do you have a workday ritual? What does starting your day look like? For me, my day doesn't go quite as well unless I have time for my morning organization and room checks. I setup each room for the next patient. I pickup and put away any extra supplies...cluttered rooms/desks bother me.
Hi guys I am on the fence on taking a job as a brand new Ma I’m licensed now. It’s a small practice very nice people. Its administrative and clinical. I don’t have much experience in administrative and that’s where my hang up lies. I know I need to be trained but I’m worried that I won’t get enough training with them. Is that just plain crazy on my end?
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- "Management is poor and not there for their employees how they should be" (in 197 reviews)
- "Some of the cons would be low pay and it def gets sad since so many co" (in 168 reviews)
- "Why can't you figure out how to take care of 112 residents with only 5 Care Managers?" (in 57 reviews)
- "Cliques and favoritism." (in 38 reviews)
- "Employee retention is bad, upper management can be poor with other coordinators, lack of access to proper materials to do one’s job, small budgets to manage, lack of having enough employees, etc." (in 34 reviews)
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- 1.0Apr 21, 2012Care ManagerCurrent Employee
the residents and that's it.
where to start. the tour they give 1/2 the things on it are false. you CANNOT have a grilled cheese sandwich at 2AM...why? because you're care managers are not allowed in the kitchen at night. the staff that is doing a great job is treated like crap while the other two shifts that are getting all the complaints (from FAMILY MEMBERS) and have the higher incidents of falls are praised and rewarded. then on top of that they under staff the night shift, yet ask them to stay over or come in early for the other two shifts who up until nights comes in leaves their shifts' work for nights to do even when the other shifts are fully staffed. NO COMMUNICATION what so ever. if there is an incident involving a resident or family member they ask everyone BUT the person that is involved with it. never any continence supplies. some people have to work every weekend while others get every weekend off? how is that fair? i know that they give a $1,000 bonus to 'refer' friends to work there. i would NEVER let anyone know (let alone my enemies) that they are hiring. if anything i'd deter people to stay away.4
- 3.0Oct 15, 2021Care ManagerFormer Employee, more than 1 year
When I needed to take time off to help care for my mom, they accomodated.
Never gave me a consistent schedule, despite asking for it multiple times. Often short-staffed and would ask you to be a Lead Care Manager but then not pay you the hourly increase for that position.2Sunrise Senior Living Response2y
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