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They do not train people properly and the human resources person is a disaster.

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Since they cannot keep employees due to poor management and low pay. The nurse case managers have a full case load and then are also on call during the week. So you may work Tuesday 8-4:30 then be on call all night and have to go out, then are expected to be working at 8am again. The nurse case managers also make less money on there salary then the PRN's. So it is better to go PRN and choose when you want to work. The mgmt will try to scare you and tell you when they are staffed up that the PRN will not work so much and encourage you to be a salary nurse. DON'T FALL FOR IT. They are never staffed up.

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They aren't going any where because their parent company located in South Carolina has deep pockets and no thumb on the pulse of their CEO. But nothing is going to fix their terrible reputation.

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The field workers and HIC's get the short end of the stick as far as hours. I've watched the DPC sit and gossip with the administrator for over an hour then they go to lunch for an hour.

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The culture is very unhappy. People are over worked, under paid, the management is poor. They ask you to take a survey and the question "would you recommend heart of hospice" your answer determines a percentage of your bonus.....how pathetic is that? So if you are honest and say no i would not recommend heart of hospice then it affects your bonus. That's how pathetic the company is.

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Very typical. The administrator has hired many people on their personal “feeling” rather than qualifications. I’ve personally seen a hire with unfavorable background or reference because they would rather “ask for forgiveness then beg for permission” just to get an applicant they had a “good gut feeling” about. Never fear, it is always someone else’s fault when they are questioned about it later!

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They try to sell you that they are "growing" meaning opportunity for advancement. IT'S LIES! They just buy hospice companies that are already staffed so unless you want to move to another state you are not being promoted. And make no mistake it is SOLELY on if the administrator and senior leadership likes you.

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I took them off my resume and just have a gap because when they ask me why I left with out another job. I don't want to tell them because I would rather be on unemployment then work at that miserable company.

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