Hospice of the Valley is one of those "non--profits" (yeah right) who are worried about one thing and one thing only....the bottom line. Management comes across as if they care but the reality is they don't. If this were a family, it would be a very large dysfunctional one. On one hand, the gave a great package to those they fired when cut backs came but then froze any raises or promotions to those they kept. Hmmmm? Really? So you penalize those who were good enough to make your cuts but rewarded those who you fired...what message does that send to employees? Things work very, very slow with this company and there is little or no opportunity for advancement.
If your looking to be a yes man and not have a thought of your own, this may be the company for you. If you like a challenge, advancement, regular raises and fair treatment...look elsewhere.
Regular schedule, financially secure.
Management, opportunity for advancement is non-existant, did I mention management?