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Bridge is growing and we are becoming one of the leaders in home health and hospice for the Inland Empire. We have a great reputation and the community enjoys working with us.

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Staff often don’t see a raise in their short lived employment with the company. Employees generally staff less than a year. For those that stay, annual reviews take place late or not at all. Raises usually occur when the company gets desperate to keep those who remain.

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Get everything in writing. Talk extensively with employees to get "vibes" since many of them will undercut you.

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I once loved my job. Then they hired many inadequate, unprofessional, unethical individuals that ruined the company. I felt bad for employees for all that they endured in the hostile work environment. Everyone hated their jobs. I hated hearing everyone talking about one another. I felt sad that leadership did not see the need for massive change.

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The normal emotional toll hospice professionals encounter when serving terminally ill patients.

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Depending on our census normally about 8 hours

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They are desperate for nursing staff, so nurses are hired quickly and without much background checks done.

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They have all the management staff in on interviews. It's a show of self importance and nothing more.

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