I worked at Capital Senior LivingPros
Worked for a family owned facility. It was amazingCons
We were bought out by CSL and I eventually left because they cared so little for staff or residents.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Do not allow your qualify of care to fall so low in the name of maximizing profits. Hire and retain hard working, caring workers.
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Someone's got to capitalize on the housing needs of the growing number of seniors in the US, and who better than Capital Senior Living? The company owns or manages about 75 senior residential properties in nearly two dozen states scattered across the country. Formed in 1990 to consolidate the operations of several partnerships that previously owned its facilities, the company provides independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing to moderate- and upper-income seniors. It also operates a home health care agency at one of its communities. Specialized care units...