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Chez Chartwell il y a toujours de nouvelles connaissance pour travailler mieux avec les Patients

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Oui et je suis pour car il y a trop de résidences qui ne le font pas pour Chartwell le bien être des résidents est très important ainsi qu'une environnement saint ou il fait bon vivre

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As one other poster mentioned "Toxic" is the correct answer....

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I was deemed a Manager....in Sales.....I apparently was not to receive any benefits until a 1 year probationary period....I couldn't believe it...its usually 3 months....however mine was 1 year.....after 1 month in this awful place....I knew this was a bad bad outfit, and I was duped....after 1 month I began to submit my resume elsewhere ( One knows relatively quickly what type of company it is)...I was hired and was gone 3 months later to a way better paying position with benefits....make sure to ASK about benefits and have it in written form.

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Only PSW's and Servers

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Is a good idea to ask as many questions as possible during the interview so you will know what to expect when hired. The working hours are long because they expect you to work double shift when someone don't show up on the next shift. And they won't ask you if you can stay, but tell you that have to stay to cover the shift,

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Poor management,from all levels. Lack of respect workers

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I would clean up HR by hiring some forward thinking people advocates who could be heard within the hierarchy. I would ask the CEO and COO to spend time working at the retirement homes to see just what these folks go through. The management team is too far removed from the actual process of caring for seniors. $$$

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