Apparently Troy site isn’t the only one with a mean girls club. Only my experience is with the management team. Seems if you don’t participate in the club, have ethics and job integrity you are pressured til you leave or can’t stomach the unprofessional atmosphere anymore.
Management unprofessional. Administrator tells everyone she doesn’t trust anyone in the office, pulls all her friends in from her previous job over qualified, long term Grace employees.
It’s frightening. Cut throat culture from top down.
Until the CEO, Senior VP and “operations specialist”, along with their cronies, are replaced, Grace Hospice doesn’t have a chance. I agree with the “Mean Girls” mentality comment. It’s true. Company is owned by Centene Corporation now, so bear that in mind if you are looking to work at any Centene company.
Turnover is HIGH. Retention is preached but not executed successfully. Everyone is treated as though they are expendable, especially by the executive team.
Troy team was literally torn apart when they let the Administrator go. One by one, we are all following her. If you want to be one of the members of the Mean Girls Club, you can stay. Personally I have too much integrity to act like a mean 13 year old. Such a shame.
DSC manages through intimadation. Staff very distrustful of each other.
Answered - Case Management (Current Employee) - Kalamazoo, MI
Troy, MI office has turned in to one of the most positive of family cultures. It has taken time but the Leadership Team is stable, supportive and knowledgeable. They are flexible to your needs while holding you accountable, which is expected. Open Door policy. Office atmosphere is light and cooperative. I plan on staying.
Answered - Registered Nurse Case manager (Former Employee) - Troy, MI
My experience was of a company that did not support their management team. Promises made to the company as a whole were not follow thru. Felt insecure in my position
Answered - Administrator (Former Employee) - Kalamazoo, MI