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What is the work environment and culture like at Kindred at Home?

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Hostile! Managers condescending and rude.

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Do not operate within the healthcare compliance expectations or guidelines.

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Worse I have experienced in this industry in my 25 years of experience. Run, don’t walk!

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Gentiva was very productive and recognized and celebrated talent regularly. Very team oriented culture. We all looked after eachother and helped out when someone was in a bind with process or time to accomplish any task or appointment. we all win at the end of the day. The success of one meant success for all.

Answered - Hospice Specialist (Former Employee) - Denver, CO

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Yes rolla office is very unprofessional. They were the ones who owes me 9 yrs back raise pay !!!!Only staying for my people or taking them with me somewhete eles!!!

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Pressure on productivity. Overall flexible.

Answered - Physical Therapist Assistant (Former Employee) - Spartanburg, SC

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It sucked.

Answered - REIMBURSEMENT SPECIALIST (Former Employee) - Overland Park, KS

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It was good then, but do not know if that has changed since Kindred purchased them.

Answered - Branch Director (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL

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Was much better after I finished my assignment. Call in's, no shows, interpersonal issues among staff disappeared. It became fun again and challenging, as it should be, for the staff.

Answered - Operations Manager (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA

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Stay away from Rolla. Horrible management, constant threats on losing your job, falsifying documents, management does not really require a degree. Weekly service calls are constant threats. Most stressful, awful job I have ever encountered. I hope Rolla is shut down permanently.
Go to a competitive company who will offer insurance and will not treat you like trash.

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