Working at Life Care Centers of America

Ratings

  • Appreciation
    2.7
  • Company Outlook
    3.2
  • Fair Pay
    2.1
  • Learning and Development
    3.0
  • Manager Communication
    3.2
  • Manager Relationship
    3.5
  • Pay Transparency
    2.6
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Life Care Centers of America Reviews

What is it like working at Life Care Centers of America?

You have to a have a team spirit to work as a Nurses' Aide at Life Care Center.
Nurse's Aide (Certified) in Hilo:
Pros: Interacting with the elderly and listening to their experiences and stories of life.
Cons: Staffing on a busy day.
I make a difference in people’s lives.
Hospice Nursing Admissions Coordinator in Yuma:
Pros: Being able to make a meaningful difference in others
Cons: Never have a set time of getting off work
I feel I am unappreciated and underpaid. My orientation is a.
Registered Nurse (RN):
Pros: DON great and leaving.
Cons: The nurse supervising my orientation is very critical and not teaching me, only taking personal offense to any and all questions I have or anything I say.
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) in West Bridgewater:
Pros: Patients making a difference being there for them in time of need being support fit patients And family.
Cons: Management over worked under paid feeling unappreciated.
Director of Rehab at Life Care.
Rehabilitation Director in St. Louis:
Pros: Managing a great group of therapists. And treating patients.
Cons: Nursing vs Therapy and the chaos of a large corporate organization,
Low-pay, understaffed, but great place to get your foot in the door.
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) in Longmont:
Pros: I wouldn't have made it as long as I have at Life Care if it weren't for my "work family" and the care and compassion we give to each other as well as our residents.
Cons: Constantly understaffed due to budget issues, underpaid for the work load we take on, underappreciated by admin. and upper management. Pay the loyal employees in cold, hard cash, not the rare pizza party, and maybe the place wouldn't be a revolving door.
Good.
Licensed Registered Occupational Therapist in Raynham:
Pros: Caring for others in need
Cons: Interdisciplinary issues

Benefits

Retirement & Financial Benefits
Profit Sharing
401(k) Plan
Health & Insurance Benefits
Health Insurance
Life Insurance