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THE DENVER HOSPICE Employer Reviews

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Comprehensive Hospice and Palliative Care Provided
Nurse Case Manager (Current Employee), Denver, CONovember 2, 2013
Pros: education and opportunity for advancement
Cons: charting can run into your personal time
The Denver Hospice is a great place to work. If you like hospice work The Denver Hospice offers comprehensive education and reimburses you to obtain your CHPN. You have little call and unless you want nights you will not be asked to work them
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Lack of strong management, no job security,
Former employee (Former Employee), Denver,coMay 4, 2013
Pros: good client care, free coffee
Cons: no breaks, huge area to cover, long hours, unrealistic expectations
I worked in several positions at the company. The partition I started in had an amazing manager who looked out for the team. Every other position I was in had no security and was shown little value. I was "loaned" out to other departments and teams constantly and told not to worry that I would get hours. Yes I got hours but also found conflict between – more... departments I was working in. Management showed little value of employees. Co workerers were very enmeshed and gossipy. Management kept piling on work with no hope of getting help.

With the right manager in the company, can be very worth time. Pay and benefits on par – less
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Supervisior did not understand the pressure of admissions,
Hospital Based Care Coordinator, R.N (Former Employee), Denver, CONovember 26, 2012
Pros: free coffee
Cons: no breaks
Lost their veiw of being a NPO versus a FPO. My job became all about the number of admissions, not if a patient and their family had all their questions answered...sad. It was a greatly rewarding job when I started, then slowly became a numbers game. We were all on our own and their was not a team atmosphere. Attached to our PDA's. UCK
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Tense, stressful with high expectations
Accounts Receivable Specialist (Current Employee), Denver, CONovember 3, 2012
In the finance dept. of the company, the atmosphere is one of stress and tension. The A/R manager is more of a micro manager and nitpicker who like to pass of responsibilities to the people under her in situations that she should be or has been asked to handle. The hardest part of the job is being overloaded with work and having more thrown on you with – more... no consideration or knowledge of your job and what you deal with or handle for the company. – less

November 17, 2012

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On going management changes, lack of cohesion and view of future.
employee (Former Employee), Denver, ColorodoFebruary 25, 2012
Uncomfortable work environment, lack of support from managment and inadequate equipment to complete assigned duties.