I ran like a rabbit from that company after only three months on the job---they pay RNs pretty well, but they also demand total loyalty and most of your waking hours. It wasn't the least bit unusual for me to work 60-hour weeks, and of course I was on-call 24/7, meaning my days and weeks were never truly over. Plus, the staffing situation was horrific given the fact that a third of our 70 residents should have been in nursing homes, and to top it all off, I had NO say whatsoever in admissions---the marketing people make those decisions---and whatever they brought in, I had to deal with no matter how inappropriate a resident was for assisted living.
And yes, they do micromanage their management teams. I couldn't even order bandaids for the med room without OK'ing it with the regional manager first. Yet the kitchen manager blew a gigantic hole in the building's budget by purchasing a new oven, new chef's uniforms for the kitchen staff, new dishes and flatware, new water goblets, and new tablecloths to "enhance residents' fine dining experiences". Yeah, right--half of 'em had dementia so bad they didn't even recognize their own kids, you think they're gonna care about fine dining?! And he did it without even running it past the ED, let alone Corporate.......and got away with it. Yet I'm still fighting with them over $120 that they were supposed to reimburse me for out-of-pocket travel expenses, and haven't received to this day.
Nope, I worked too hard for my RN license to risk it working for a company that doesn't care about anything but its profits, and I'm too old to want to work myself into exhaustion. I would advise you to get out while the gettin's good!