Certified Nursing Assistant, CHPNA Hospice Aid in Hayden, ID
I felt like I was a part of a team that had no other goals but to provide comfort and support to those in need. I was able to take great pride there
Nurse in Coeur d'Alene, ID
This job is truly a blessing in my life. It has hard parts, like any job does, but I have a lot of confidence in my employer's mission. From the board of directors all the way through the company.... These people are in it for the patients and their families.
Director of Finance in 2290 W. Prairie Ave
Hospice of North Idaho (HONI) provides opportunities to be a part of impactful and often life changing experiences. Despite the very emotional work, HONI staff is some of the warmest and most sincere that I have ever worked with. Everyone is approachable and relaxed, so it makes the workplace feel like somewhere you actually want to be every day. The hiring process continues to foster the culture with bright individuals who are well rounded and go getters! Leadership encourages work-life balance and self-care, which is supported by a generous vacation accrual.
HONI is a place that truly cares about its people. The pay and benefits are competitive. One cannot forget to mention the daily free soup and cookies. Although it is stressful at times, you are contributing to a greater good and supporting our community. HONI successfully meets its mission while providing an ongoing commitment to become even better.
Staff Nurse in Coeur d'Alene, ID
I had the opportunity to do several different positions as my life changed. They were very accommodating. Although the job was stressful at time due to the nature of the work, they were very supportive.
Hospice Aide in Hayden, ID
Working for Hospice was as difficult as it was rewarding. I wouldn’t change a thing about my experience as a Hospice Aide.
As a CNA you are not heard as well as an RN or respected. The staff have a chance of command and nomatter how hard you try and express your concern, if it is against a particular higher up that has been an employee for longer than yourself, you will not be heard or respected. ( even if it is a detriment to a patient) It took two other employees one of whom was an RN to back up my concerns in order to finally get heard. The harmful employee was finally fired....at what cost to patients for the time she was able to be careless and rude?