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Is LHC Group really a great place to work?

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No. After lots of computer orientation and finally getting in field they terminate you without giving warning or chance to defend yourself. Poor upper management.

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Yes. LHC Group is a great company and cares for their employees. Great benefits- PTO with cash out, paid holidays etc. LHC Group is growing and will continue to improve in all areas. A GREAT place to work and have a future.

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My administrator was a Bully! She made it all about her.

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No. The fish rots from the head, as they say. The C-Suite is impulsive, cliquish and retaliatory. All signs of immature leadership. Unfortunately, that lack of professionalism trickles down to create a very political culture. Patient care or employee well being seem to be the farthest thing from their minds.

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Not in Louisiana.

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Nooope! No way! Leadership turnover and staff turnover is consistently a problem. Overworked and underpaid.

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In Louisiana, absolutely not!!

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Nope, Nope, Nope

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Sadly, no. As others have stated, this company seems more focused on investor relations than anything else. There really is no employee culture to speak of at LHC. You pretty much just clock in and clock out. I never felt like I was working towards anything. It was dismal.

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No. Turnover is extremely high and there is a very good reason for it. Simply put, the company does not care about it's employees. LHC's sole focus is earning money for its shareholders. They do this by "running lean" - a.k.a. working the staff to death and squeezing blood out of a turnip at every turn. Horribly stressful environment.

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