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Unprofessional from the ground up. Preceptor told me to run on my first shift. Rude coworkers. Thrown under the bus for small things like simply asking a question about treatment of a patient. Don't question anything or you "won't be a good fit" and will be shown the door.
Unprofessional staff, terrible nanagement
This was to be what I thought, a new improvement for me and my family. I started working at the Antigonish Shannex in January. I was under the impression during my interview, that I would be a valued employee. Boy, was I fooled. The staff were always cranky and very clickish, there was only one person I could trust to talk to about issues that arose during my shifts. The upety ups were rude and very strange, not personable at all. The gossip and laughing behind others back was childish and disrespectful. I loved each anf every resident and they liked me, and I think thats what happened. They liked me more than the ones that were there for longer time than me and were not used to such a friendly staff person!!! Bye bye, so long. I was given my probationary release after only two weeks! Was informed in a matter of fact sort of way I was not a "good fit". No warning of being released whatsoever. Thanks Shannex, for making me see that I belong someplace where I am appreciated and respected!
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I love working here, friendly staff, worker, and management. I feel like a family as you will feel respect from everyone. The only problem is no benefits and assurance.
short hours, no benefits
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This place is absolutely toxic, from the bottom to the top. There will be rotations where you work with staff that are amazing; however 95% will cut your throat just to say they did. The care provided to residents is not an issue, the staff do generally care for residents. You will always be short staffed. For a cca this could mean having to provide care for 13 residents by yourself. For nurses this could mean having to give out medications to 48 residents at a single medication pass. For dietary you could end up prepping for multiple units. There is zero ownership or accountability from management. They will throw you under the bus to make themselves not at fault. They will mentally beat you down and leave you drained. Not to mention if you find your own voice and stand up for yourself or advocate for other staff or residents you will find yourself without a job very quickly.
Lots of hours
Every. Single. Thing
I am currently in school to do this job professional, therefore shannex taught me an abundance of life and workplace skills i would need to work in this field which i appreciate greatly.
extremely low paying and anti-union but it's a good and rewarding place to work but just be advised that every other nursing home pays much more so it tends to be a giant revolving door.
extremely low wages
Great co workers and residents! Horrible management style and management, unfortunately if you aren’t part of the management team your job is not secure, nor do you really matter to the company. I spent a year getting pushed around and manipulated by my former “chef” and “general manager” with the high turnover rate at our facility I hope they soon realize it’s not the low workers, it’s the management.
Selfish managers, overtime not paid, days off, getting lied to.
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Although the job was demanding in a fast paced environment it was fun and enjoyable. I had the right tools to do the job at hand, and when i was unsure of how to accomplish a task, someone was always there to help me through it
There's not much to say other than this is a great spot to work. You can always expect to be treated with respect while there and plus My coworkers were always good to work with, 10/10
The people i worked with were amazing !!! The managment sucked . Benifits were really good . Never any chance of a raise ... or advancement .
As a former CMA there is more expected of you then you can do . Almost impossible to meet management's expectations. Always going to work feeling like you have to watch your back ... and god forbid if you have more experience then YOUR supervisor ... Love the residents and former co workers they are amazing humans !!
Wonderful co workers ; and residents
Long hours ; ungreatful management when not doing thier bidding
New management every few months and the coworkers can be quite nasty. Better care and equipment should be provided for the residents. There is too high of a resident to staff ratio giving us not enough time with the clients cares and ADLs.
Rewarding place to work, it did have its ups and downs...but the upside out did the downside in leaps and bounds.
I started working at Hillcrest Manor in October 1990. The nursing home switched ownership in 1995 I think. It was bought by. Shannex . A new building was built in 2000 and we moved over in 2001 or 2002. I stayed and moved as well. We saw a lot of changes through those years. We provided a safe and comforting place for seniors and others who needed this service. I myself spent most of my working years there in the dementia unit...which can be very challenging at times. As I explained , we provided assistance with daily needs. Getting up, washing up, toileting, help with meals and getting ready for bed etc.
Paid breaks, recognition by managers and clients pay incentives for working nights and weekends.
Long hours..ie 12 hour shifts and often worked short staffed.
didnt like the management and the way the treated theyre clients. it was a new place so it was all over the place food service was poor i couldnt handle seeing my patients thats way
great patient and co worker
Unprofessional and they do not help their employees. When i got hurt they did not help me but force me back to work hurt and cause more damage then told me to go on Welfare! I would never work with them again.
some what ok pay
I worked with elderly people every day and my day to day job gave me the ability to help make their lives easier. It was my job to ensure their maintenance requirements met and taken care of in a timely manner. Seniors needs are very different than others and it was my pleasure to help them in any way possible. My job was to maintain the property and surroundings for all residence but I was more than happy to do the little extras like carry their groceries to their apartments or help them back to their room if they got a bit lost. I enjoyed this work very much.