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I am a new graduate from a Nursing Program and my interview was very positive and I felt like I was already part of the team. Everyone was very friendly and the residents were sitting having coffee/chatting. It was nice to see so much life. So far I have been here for one month and have recommended one of my friends to apply here for a position.
The working environment at Evergreen Retirement is EXTREMELY TOXIC. The general manager is a liar. She does not appreciate her management team.If you are comfortable sucking up to the her then your job is safe. If she feels threatened in any way by your knowledge then your days are numbered. She always wants to be seen as the "Good Guy".Everything has to be about her.
Poor hiring process. The new manager doesn't seem to know what she's doing and was too bossy to the employees. Work itself is not hard and residents are nice but the manager will push you around for nothing and blame you instead of protecting you. You'll basically do some of her job as you are also responsible for calling co-workers if one is sick.
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The only good thing about working at evergreen retirement community is the fact that the management is nice and cooperative. But everything else sucks, the pay is min wage which is nowhere near enough based on the tasks you're assigned to do. I always went above and beyond to assist with the residents. you have to work 8 hours but they don't even give you a break, AND they deduct pay for the time you're supposed to be getting a break. And to top it all off, the union is completely useless and they don't help at all, all they want is your money.
The place is unionized and everyone is at each other's throats. Very toxic environment with little to no room for advancement. Management is poor and everyone is over worked.
Hours are 7-11 for a cook with free meals
Managment is poor and no room for advancement
I got hired worked 5 shift and did not go back, lied about the salary when I was interviewed, I tried to stick it out but could not, big company like that and pay under wage yes it is a retirement home yes, but we still should get at least 16.00 at least, staff was great and residents was lovely, nice place to work but low low pay,like me and my son making same money and he is a student,. Then find out no benefits at all for part timers regardless even if it is 40% 🤦🏾♀️
Free food wow
Lie about the wage
It was ok only last one month manager was bit rough I quite cause they said straight I won’t be able to get my Xmas day off cause we have to work and they only allow one person so I decided to leave the hr was bit rude too
It is an ok job if you want to gain experience but I wouldn't commit to a long term opportunity there since u don't advance within or get an annual raise. Staff is over worked and don't get rewarded for a job well done. For the few months that I worked there, I never felt appreciated by the food and beverage manager. She was never willing to accommodate some of the part time staff who were in school or had other things to do. The working environment could be better but the manager complicate things for her own team which has developed a toxic environment where I decided to quit. The Dietary Aide department have the worst turn out for people quitting. It shows poor management skills.
Discounted meals and putting a smile on the senior residents
No pay increase, poor food and beverage management, lack of encouragement to the staff
A typical day at work would be interacting with the residents. I have enhanced my knowledge of the Dietary Server food department. The management was decent and professional. The workplace culture is very welcoming to multi-cultures. The difficult part of the jobs would be high demands. The most enjoyable part of the job is the precision and fast pace of my performance, in order to fulfill the day.
Work is really fun specially when receiving good feedback about the food we cooked. Hardest part of the job is doing work alone because we're understaffed. Other than that everything is really terrific.
free food, easy work.
under staff (working alone) sometimes, should be 3-4 cooks job
A typical day at work is morning prep and setting up for lunch, breakfast is continental but prepared the day before so everything is relatively new. lunch is cafeteria style with an à la carte menu on the side just in case, we usually have a gluten free and dairy free item along with a daily soup. Dinner is the same, my co-workers are a joy to work with and every day is a fun experience.
life after work
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