I don't even know where to start praising this company. If you can handle caring for patients who are at the end of life and believe in "a good death"--this job is for you. I saw too many futile, painful procedures, and yes, bad deaths at the hospital.
In hospice there's no mandatory scripting, no nurse blaming, coworkers always (always!) have your back, and you actually use your clinical thinking and nursing knowledge. One or two of the office staff have personality issues (admissions, IT...). Where is this not the case? Fortunately, RNs have little dealing with office politics. We work in patient homes 99% of the time. Patients and their family welcome you and are grateful. It's not always easy emotionally. But every day you feel like you've made a difference and actually helped your patients. Great feeling!
Autonomy, THANKFUL patients/families, helpful coworkers