Never worked at a place where your work is not appreciated . The nursing assistants and case managers are over worked and under paid . The management team sucks and the hospice aide coordinators send their (aides )all around not caring about the travels . Although you may have a heart for caring for people this is not the place to work .
Hospice Care Consultant (Former Employee) – Madison Heights, MI – January 12, 2016
Horribly managed site. The right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing. Management does not care about the employees at all. They are unresponsive and inept. They will flat out tell you lies, use you and throw you away with little to no warning.
Volunteer/externship (Current Employee) – Naugatuck, CT – October 20, 2015
I felt very welcome here at seasons they really made me feel apart of a team. I have learned a lot here. My supervisor did not hold back on teaching me. She taught me information that I really did not have to know and I thank her for that. I believe she wanted me to accomplish more because she believed that I could handle it and I did.
RN case manager (Former Employee) – Glen Burnie, maryland – July 12, 2015
I was a RN at this company for a very short time. The reason it was so short was not because I was a bad nurse, or did something to harm the patients or the company. It was because one person did not like me. This is a bully enviornment and they do not put the patients first. The turnover rate is so high. I loved hospice and I loved Seaosns until I was blindsided and let go before my 90 days because someone did not like me. If you read other reviews you will see that I am not the first employee it has happened to. You think that if you do a good job and work hard you cannot just "have you rprofessional relationship be severed" but you are WRONG if you are working for Seasons.
You feel like you are finally helping people (but you can really help with another hospice)
Medical Social Worker (Current Employee) – Springfield, MO – January 26, 2015
The reason why I left my employment with this company was they kept cutting my hours and I needed to work more hours for me to be financially stable. Good place and great people! I loved working with my elderly population and I plan to work in this field again one day.
HOSPICE CARE CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – Home office.... north/central Orange County area – January 14, 2015
I worked out in the field, calling on physicians, hospital personnel, nursing homes, etc. to gain referrals for patients needing hospice. I loved working with my team of nurses. I spent very little time in the office - usually only to pick up supplies and if there was a meeting. I was able to utilize all of my skills and felt that providing the gift of hospice to a patient and family was extremely rewarding.
Seasons Hospice does a wonderful job for patients and families going through a difficult time
Human Resource Assistant (Current Employee) – Rochester, MN – April 19, 2014
Check phone messages, emails. Management is generally available when we need them, if we have questions. Co-workers are wonderful caring RN's, LPN's; as well as the accounting staff and social workers. One of the most rewarding parts of the job is not impacted by what I do, but I enjoy reading notes and cards from patients families after the family is no longer on hospice care.
RN (Current Employee) – Delaware – January 7, 2014
This company is everything you don't want in an employer. There is no life, you are expected to be available 24/7 with no excuses, death in your own family included. Salaried employees are worked to death. Nurses are treated as expendable and replaceable instead of assets. Turn over rate is ridiculously high. Nurses are not advanced and pay raises are almost non existent.There is no recognition for hard work or loyalty. It's sad because the work itself is so rewarding. Management hires people with the same mentality they have nothing ever improves and no new ideas are ever implemented. It's a disaster.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Delaware – December 29, 2013
This is one of those love what I do but dislike who I do it for jobs. Competitive salary & benefits from the outside, not all that great after all. Discretionary match for retirement. Wage cuts. Zero work/life balance. Expectations to be available 24/7 when understaffed (which is always) in addition to the 60-hour work weeks. Salary is competitive for 40-hour work week but not for 60+ hours! Little support from management. Nurses pushed to limits with high caseloads and on-call responsibilities. Constantly set up for failure then written up for those failures. Extremely high turnovers. Employees who complain are considered insubordinate, those who practice unethically are promoted. Beware.
The environment is family oriented and very relaxed.
Externship (Former Employee) – Rosemont, IL – December 9, 2013
I enjoyed my time at Seasons Hospice. I wish they had an open position while I was there on externship. My coworkers were very welcoming and helpfull. My manager was approachable and open to discussion at any time. The job was not hard at all, I worked in the payroll department. Everyday was enjoyable.