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Start taking care of your employees instead of treating them like trash. They are the bloodline of the business taking care of patients. You have no business with no employees or with employees that are worn out mentally & physically. Too much upper management & not enough help at the sites & getting worse by the minute. ED’s hands are tied by greedy AVP’s on up! It’s all about the bottom line & you took “people” out of the equation.

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They don’t give raises until you’re walking out the door to go somewhere else.

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Benefits need a lot of work. Mileage rates are low, no sick time, pto doesn't carry over, insurance is too expensive, no match on 401k. It takes a doctorate to figure out which insurance plan is best, too many choices and all are too expensive, especially if you add a spouse or children. They don't even tell you how much, if any, the company is contributing to the cost of employee's insurance.

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From theory to clinicians to being by yourself with the patients, family and other co employee , computer skills and training in addition.

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Proud. I believe that hospice is a wonderful service for people at the end of life. But the public needs to be educated about what hospice really is, and not necessarily meaning that someone is dying quickly just because they are on hospice care.

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Varies, at least 40+
Have on-call throughout the week and weekends.

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Management has lost sight of its employees and are treating them with such disregard that they are losing their best asset.

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As the case manager, I was promised a caseload of 13 to 15 patients. I can tell you in the year that I worked there I never had less than 17 patients at a time, and went up to as high as 20. Their expectations are completely unrealistic and the managerial support is lacking.

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I love the patients and co-workers!!! But the lady running the office has no clue what she is doing and pushes work on other people. So as long as I don’t have to interact with her or her bosses then I love my job

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