Worked 34 years for Jarlette in Midland, part of that for a contracted service.In the beginning it was all great. Family like environment that treated you like their own. As the business grew and more care homes were added to the company it went from a family run business to simply a business. The bottom line became the greater focus. The finance department dictated the way you could run your department. Regardless of the fact that you were 1 of a hand full of managers that was consistently under budget at years end, there was no recognition from upper management or the ownership of the contracted service that was in place.The stressors placed upon you as a manager on a daily basis required me to take time off, as the anxiety and depression became too great. No real help was offered to help alleviate these symptoms that I experienced so after a brief return to work I felt that there was no alternative but to resign. I could no longer work in that type of environment. It was either my job or my health. As much as I loved the residents and the staff, my health came first.If you are truly considering working for this company in a management position I would recommend taking a hard look elsewhere.
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