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- Horrible,stressful place to work. Work-life balance doesn't exist. All positions in the office have 10-12hr work days with no recognition of the amount of work being performed.
- If you have to discipline someone, they will complain to your boss or HR about a hostile work environment and you are reprimanded without any investigation.
- No fairness across care centers under same area management.
- Good longevity / loyalty of field staff.

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Very Expensive! Never anyone to speak to. No answers to Emails. Don’t think they want you to know you must sign an Arbitration before you can work there, so beware!! There’s usually a reason for this. I will never ever recommend them...EVER RUN while you have options!!!

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Work-Life balance is horrible. Hours are posted as 8am - 5pm but be expected to work 10 - 12hr days and DON and CM still need to work from home to get the work completed.

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The interview process was easy but it is very drawn out. 1st, you have a phone interview with the recruiter. 2nd, you interview with your direct supervisor. If in management, you then have to meet worth the regional managers. Once all of that is done over approx 2wks, they send you an offer letter by email, you reply, and then the background check is performed and you can't start until about 10 days after you accept the job. Totally, once you do the phone interview, you might start 4 weeks later if nothing goes wrong.

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Sick days were part of your PTO

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Provide more resources to help recruit volunteers and other community members who may choose to advocate for hospice patients and their caregivers.

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Charlestown Ma. Has very poor management. Despicable people running the show. God help those patients...and corporate office Ignores all Issues. Wouldn’t put my dead bird in their hands...Churp!!!!

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Expierence

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I was randomly checked twice .since I'm been in this company .

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