Food Services Manager (Former Employee), Westminster, CA – December 11, 2013
Cons: horrible employee retention rating. that in itself speaks volumes.
A company driven to eliminate every form of employee benefits to maximize the bottom line. They even went so far as to eliminate the annual turkeys they gave to every employee during the holidays. The company also put a freeze on ANY cost of living increases during annual reviews of employees, and then posted their highest earning quarter ever.
Executive Fellow (Former Employee), Springfield, MA – December 11, 2013
My introduction to hospital administration began as an Executive Fellow in the Kindred Healthcare, Inc. Executive Fellowship Program. This is a prestigious program, whose goal is to recruit talented individuals who have an interest in long-term healthcare; subsequently, provide those individuals with the knowledge, training, and diverse hands-on experience – more... necessary to excel as a hospital CEO. After a year of successful completion, I have gained skills and experiences which supplement my career path. – less
A company that has helped me to grow in my career.
Business Office Manager (Former Employee), Manitowoc, WI – December 9, 2013
The company offers opportunity for career advancement. A typical day allows for completion of daily tasks. The management of personnel is at times poor. There is poor communication by management at time. Co-workers are good. The hardest part of work was lack of communication. The most enjoyable part of work was being with and caring for the residents.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), Milwaukee, WI – December 8, 2013
Pros: overtime hours, and working with patients
Cons: not being appreciated by company and not having room to move up in the company business wise.
Kindred is a great company to work for. Everyday you have team players and respectful staff. The hardest part is when co-workers don't show up to work and you have to pick up the slack. The most enjoyable part of my job is the loving patients and overtime hours.
Great experience in many aspects of hospital pharmacy
Pharmacist in Charge (Current Employee), St Louis Missouri – December 6, 2013
Hospital system growing, expanding, improving. High rate of turnover in all areas of management. Small hospital setting enjoyable. Coworkers are friendly. Company is for-profit and all departments are involved in protecting the financial status of the hospital system.
Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Jamaica Plain, MA – November 20, 2013
Pros: free coffee provided by the facility
I learned team working and in all love for our residents. Good remuneration. The most difficult part is lifting over weight residents with or without a Lifts. The most exciting part is having a conversation of resident and taking note when their is change in their health issues
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee), Tampa, fl – November 16, 2013
Passed out food trays to the patient Assisted patient with daily care (bathing, dressing and repositioning). Assisted Rn/LPN with meds/ woundcare/ vitals Assisted wound care nurse with new admitions Assisted drs with teaching to patient of their illness in hopes of healthier life for patient.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Columbus, OH – November 14, 2013
Pros: a little bit of travel for company meetings.
Cons: they are not re-upping the leases on 7 of our buildings so i may not have a job in a few months.
A typical day is conference calls, census collections, spreadsheets, answering the phone and supporting my coworkers. My coworkers are amazing and they are like my second family. I think the hardest part of my job is meeting deadlines when I have to depend on 12 people to get their information turned in on time. The most enjoyable is the people I work – more... with. We can joke around and have fun but still be productive and enjoy our day. – less