The theory behind house with no steps is a noble one, the practise on the other hand is appalling.
Most of the managers appear to have no management training at all, they are clueless as to how to negotiate with staff, organise workloads etc. There were often no staff assigned to shifts or double the staff. If you say no to shift they can be a vengeful group. They expect you to work horrendous hours, often double shifts because of their lack of organisational skills. If you are injured, there is NO support and they get crabby. They care little about the clients and see them as money makers for the company.
The whole place needs an overhaul.
pay was good and and time