Chartwell Retirement Residences FAQ

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22 English questions out of 22

14 October 2019

Does Chartwell Retirement Residences pay for a gym membership?

Pros

- Great management team - Systems and Technology is evolving here and tremendous growth opportunities - On-site gym - Cloud technologies

Cons

Nothing that I can think off

Advice to Management

- Keep up the great work !!!

site gym

14 October 2019

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8 December 2020

How are the career development opportunities at Chartwell Retirement Residences?

Pros

- Good team; - health environment;

Cons

- no career plan - they are confuse some times

no career plan

8 December 2020

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7 June 2019

What kind of career opportunities exist at Chartwell Retirement Residences?

Pros

Great support from corporate office to the homes. Great staff, loads of opportunities for advancement with internal promotions. Always looking at ways to make things better for the front line teams

Cons

Nothing to note at this time.

Advice to Management

More opportunities for growth in the West

Great staff, loads of opportunities for advancement with internal promotions.

7 June 2019

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23 October 2020

What is the feeling of job security at Chartwell Retirement Residences?

Pros

Residents, scheduling, other staff, facilities are clean

Cons

Poor pay, poor management, huge turn over rate for staff, little to no appreciation from management, no availability to obtain full time as a nurse! They would rather hire 50 part times and no full time so they don’t have to pay benefits etc.

Advice to Management

N/A

Poor pay, poor management, huge turn over rate for staff, little to no appreciation from management, no availability to obtain full time as a nurse!

23 October 2020

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23 October 2018

How are senior leaders perceived at Chartwell Retirement Residences?

Pros

Reliable schedule and consistent routine. Appreciation and good will from residents.

Cons

Incompetent management, no responsibility from higher ups, poor pay, often forced to complete extra work and manage your own department with no compensation. Looked down upon by other departments. Dead end job.

Advice to Management

Higher people with proper qualifications to manage a team and deal with conflict as it appears. Reward staff for above and beyond service. Work to maintain a friendly work environment for all employees. Be competitive with wages and benefits.

Incompetent management, no responsibility from higher ups, poor pay, often forced to complete extra work and manage your own department with no compensation.

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