Cecelia Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Cecilia is a personal name originating in the name of Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of music. The name has been popularly used in Europe (particularly the United Kingdom and Italy, where in 2018 it was the 43rd most popular name for girls born that year), and the United States, where it has ranked among the top 500 names for girls for more than 100 years. It also ranked among the top 100 name...
Caregiver/CNA (Former Employee) says"Horrible person running Cecelia Place! He doesn’t care about his residents or employees. I truly hope this place isn’t run by him any longer. Cecelia Place has so much potential, and the residents deserve the best. It just needs to be administrated by someone who truly cares."
2nd Shift Supervisor/med tech (Former Employee) says"The administrator allows residents that do not qualify for RCC to live there. These residents require additional care above and beyond what a RCC can offer therefore, putting residents and employees at risk of accidents. Administrator expects employees to have their phones on hand 24/7 to come into work even if not on the work schedule. Adm does not allow employees to have records of their work times so it is impossible for employees to prove hours they worked. This allows adm to withhold pay from employees and if employees resign they do not get paid by employer from previous hours they work before their last day of employment."
Cna bath aide (Former Employee) says"the administrator acts as if he is to busy to talk to employees... he gave me one pay rate at my interview and then switched it once he hired me..for the very short time I worked there it is very unorganized and everyone runs around like a chicken with their heads cut off.. way too many chiefs not enough Indians beautiful environment with beautiful residents terrible management.. I didn’t get a hire letter nor schedule they need a new administrator"
Caregiver (Former Employee) says"Management was poor and those who have been there for years are not team players and tend to drive employees away. There is little to no teamwork in the facility as a whole between shifts and caregivers. Cons: Pay, no teamwork"
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant/ Med Tech (Current Employee) says"Was difficult to get people to work at Cecelia Place that would stay. Maybe could offer incentive program to keep staff. Cons: Lack of staff"
Caregiver (Former Employee) says"A typical day at Cecelia Place would be daily tasks on residents upon waking them up before breakfast, serving breakfast, clearing dining room and toileting the residents would follow. Then charting for a short time then prep for lunch, bring residents to dining area and serve meal. Clear dining room whilst taking back residents and toilet residents. All throughout the day answering pages for residents. Residents were the best part of the job and getting to know each and everyone of them and their family members. The hardest part of the job would have to be the passing of a resident. It gets very tough when you grow a relationship with them over a short period of time and suddenly they grow ill and pass, but it is also very rewarding knowing you were there to help them in the last days of their lives. Cons: no breaks, non appreciative management, drama"
Medical Technician (Former Employee) says"Cecelia Place is an assisted living facility in Pewaukee, WI. Cecelia Place offers activities at their location for residents. These activities generally allow residents to maintain healthy lifestyles by encouraging movement and socializing with their peers."
Former Employee - Health Educator says"I worked at Cecelia Health part-time for more than a year Cons: Very unethical. You're hired as an educator but can only say what they've included in a script. As a nurse, you are not hired for your knowledge, just your license. They have you collect personal (and irrelevant) information on program participants only to share it with the contracted pharma company. Participants are NOT aware of this sharing. They'll ask for your input but never use it. They expect you to rearrange your "flexible" schedule to accommodate their schedule. And if you do well enough, they'll expect you to work more hours than you agreed to. God forbid you get sick and need time off...... PS- they encourage employees to post positive messages about the company on social media and recruiting sites."
Former Employee - Sales Executive says"I worked at Cecelia Health full-time for less than a year Cons: Unclear & changing business strategy. Difficulty delivering what they market/sell. Micromanage everything and everyone. Unlimited PTO means no PTO. Worst turnover I’ve ever seen. Unethical."
Former Employee - Vice President of Health Solutions says"I worked at Cecelia Health full-time for less than a year Cons: Culture, management, not a start up as they portray, linked to heavy relationships in the east and don't understand the time it takes to engage clients. They look for your black book connections to exploit and once you have burned bridges trying to compete in their niche, they turn a blind eye to you. Don't sacrifice your time and energy."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Cecelia Health full-time for less than a year Cons: If you are even considering for one second putting your career, family and health on the line for this disorganized "start-up" that is going down faster than anyone wants to admit, then please stop reading this and move on to the next job opportunity. This company is the biggest contradiction to the Core Values it claims to live by than anything in the business world I have ever seen. Their incompetent lack of efficiencies and respect is quite frankly disgusting. The inefficient and hostile work environment includes being under a microscope 24 hours a day 7 days a week. It never ends and it will never be good-enough. There is no trust, and no adoption of new ideas. Be prepared to be on video calls ALL DAY long and into the evening. You must be an extremely amiable and agreeable individual with no bright ideas to be welcomed here. There is not an ounce of work-life balance, whether you have a child or a sick relative or get diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, it can't get any colder at this place. For a company that prides itself on caring about the physical and mental health of it's patients, it will run your own health right into the ground. It is just really too bad that the leadership is full of unequipped egos that are constantly stepping on each other that this organization will never get their act together, and they've about run out of time. Please note that this review is not from a "disgruntled" ex-employee... which is what they will tell you (also, make note of the generic nature of the positive reviews here) this is from a human who would honestly feel terrible for anyone else to go through what dozens of us have that have been let go in the last year!"
Current Employee - Operations says"I have been working at Cecelia Health full-time for less than a year Cons: Lying, terrible management, bad everything the experience was super scary. No job security. Mico management, everything negative you can think of, is here. IF you have a family definitely don't work here."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Cecelia Health full-time Cons: Very deceptive tactics (i.e. forcing employees to write positive reviews) Lack of transparency with clients regarding actual data Unethical treatment of employment contracts/bonuses Poor employee retention - employees (FTEs in home office) get burnt out with having to deal with the CEO on a daily basis"
says"I have been working at Cecelia Health Cons: Many non-paid hours in learning and prepping to be on the phone. Obscure reimbursement system. Tedious work through Novo Nordisk."
Former Employee - Sales Executive says"I worked at Cecelia Health full-time for more than a year Cons: Building a company is not a 40 hour/week ordeal"
Ten says"Interest rates are so Soap high, the money is gone and I get to pay it off for the next 36 months, these loans do much more bad than good for people"
Customer says"The loan process was amazing and easy- if I recall I received funds same day. However , 2 years later after 80% of my loan has been paid and all payments on time , I requested a payment deferment for 1 month due to loss of income during the worse economic downturn since the Great Depression- I tried to explain I return to work in 3 weeks to no avail. Oh and my next payment isn’t even due yet.... take the advertisement of “ offering assistance during this difficult time” down . AND 2 weeks prior I made a preemptive call in to discuss my options and was told a deferment would be no problem due to my excellent history!!"
Greg Ashford says"Preapproval for consolidation loan. When through whole process. At final step of signing with getting hard inquiry. They cut my offer in half and almost double the intrist rate. Now my credit score will lower from the inquiriy for a loan that would be no benefit to me.They did something similar with my mortgage. Claiming to have locked my interest rate in and at time of signing had a higher interest rate that I was made to buy points for. Quicken Loans as a whole is fraudulent and on two occasions provided false information which has, in both cases, caused damage to me financially. Borrower Beware"
dave says"These people are RIDICULOUS, showed them banking information of 125,000 a year in a household account for a 3,000 loan. Wanted to make payments through my own account for $100.00 a month and they told me they COULD NOT FUND MY ACCOUNT?????, only the account which pays the bills???.....Seriously!!!!!!!! GO SOMEWHERE ELSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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KijalaJaelle says"RT @mutuku: Please help find Tiffany Wanjiku. Last seen in Kitengela. Please contact Andre / Cecelia on 0722758485 or Sam on 0722806888 . P…"
cecelia_nikole says"Me during the weekdays https://t.co/oZDc4sXLG3"
In The News
New York Daily News reports"Trailblazing firefighter, Cecelia Cox, one of first women in FDNY, mourned by department after her death last"
Yale School of Management reports"Dr. Cecelia Calhoun '21 and Prof. Howard Forman Publish Call to Address Racism in Healthcare"
InsideClimate News reports"Two Farmworkers Come Into Their Own, Escaping Low Pay, Rigid Hours and a High Risk of Covid-19"
Phoenix New Times reports"Cecelia Miller, Activist and Founder of Fry Bread House, Has Died"