Bancroft NeuroHealth/Judith B Flicker Residences Complaint - Employment practices

Review by Black Beauty on 2007-02-24
VOORHEES, NEW JERSEY -- The employment practices of this company are very deceiving. When you are hired, you are told about the program to the extent that it seems very appealing. Once hired you become somewhat of a slave, low wages and heavy labor.
Practices of this company are that you do the labor and the administration takes the credit. There is no staff appreciation that is substancial. The size of the company warrants that its employees are the ones that keep it going. Without the employees to do the labor,(laundry,cooking,cleaning,shopping,etc.,) their administration would seriously have to do the dirty jobs. When you start to become a person thinking for yourself and not about the company it becomes necessary to make an example of you. Your job is safe as long as you bow to their wishes. The intention is to care for the people but, it has to be done to please administration. The hours are long and the pay low. The job you do and the work load you carry warrant a hrly. wage of at least 10.00 mininum and 14.00 maximum. My opinion is, unless you are single, no children, no family obligations, YOU DO NOT WANT TO WORK FOR THIS COMPANY!!!!!!!! EXAMPLE: Christmas appreciation is 20.00 Wawa card.
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-02-25
Posted by NeveragainAmazon on 2007-02-24:
Welcome to the reality of the work force ethics. I challenge you to look elsewhere for a different scenerio. Your workplace Eutopia does not exist!
Posted by Skye on 2007-02-24:
At least you got something for Christmas. Not too many companies do that these days. And you can always look else where for employment. I don't know what a WAWA gift card is, but at least you did get something. Life is hard. That's why College or a some type of trade school is the way to go.
Posted by *Brenda* on 2007-02-24:
I'd take that Wawa card! Skye, Wawa is a gas station. My jobs never gave out any Christmas presents! I agree with what everyone else has said.
Posted by Skye on 2007-02-25:
Thanks Brenda! For some reason, I thought WAWA was short for Wally world. Go figure.

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