Phoenix Home Care and Hospice
Happiness rating is 69 out of 100
3.4 out of 5 stars.
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Phoenix Home Care and Hospice Careers and Employment

Work happiness
Scores based on about 162 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
69
Work Happiness Score
Average
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
77
Purpose
Above average
Do people feel their work has a clear sense of purpose?
77
Satisfaction
Above average
Are people completely satisfied with their job?

About the company

  • CEO
    Phil Melugin
  • Founded
    2011
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Jobs

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Salaries

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Licensed Practical Nurse
$20.40 per hour
Caregiver
$11.75 per hour
Home Health Aide
$9.45 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 316 reviews and is evolving.

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Work & Life Balance

Reviews

Caregiver in Columbia, MO
on March 16, 2021
Got fired for mental health time off
I worked here for 4 months. When I got real sick due to a mental disorder they told me to take time off and get better (can’t go fainting in a clients home). 2 weeks later I got fired over an email for “ excessive absences.”No training. They throw you in the deep end of the pool. Too underpaid for some of the stuff you have to do.
Spiritual Care and Bereavement Coordinator in Wichita, KS
on March 11, 2021
• 8-5 workweek, with on-call rotation.• The importance of patient/family care.• Caring and concern for personal issues.• Great teamwork and caring people.• I love working for Phoenix Home Care and Hospice. If you are willing to work and do your job, then you become part of the team. If you don't want to work and do your job then you are not part of the team.
RN in Wichita, KS
on March 10, 2021
It’s very rare to find a company that values you for more than your skills, but I finally feel like I work for a company that not only values me as an employee, but also as a person. There is lots of support from the management team and co workers since it takes a bit to feel comfortable with the processes. Phoenix values the patient and it’s evident by their values and how we as employees are expected to perform cares. We are held to a high standard mostly because the patient and families deserve the best care possible. If you’re looking for a place that will challenge you to grow and learn and feel as though you’re making a difference, than Phoenix is absolutely right for you! Compensations are fair and there are opportunities for growth within.
Bereavement Coordinator Administrative Assisntant in Wichita, KS
on March 10, 2021
I'm grateful to be a part of the Phoenix Hospice team. The compassion & commitment of care for the clients we serve is outstanding amongst all of the staff.
Hospice Case Manager RN in Wichita, KS
on March 10, 2021
Hard to balance life and work, but the staff and patients make it worth it. Good benefits, great salary. The teamwork is awesome. Very understanding management. A lot of chance to move up in the ranks.
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Interview insights

Insights from 79 Indeed users who have interviewed with Phoenix Home Care and Hospice within the last 5 years.

Favorable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

They asked me to give examples of empathy and compassion and kindness

Shared on September 14, 2019

What experience do you have? How did you find this job? What is your previous pay? Can you do a drug test right now if we offered you the job?

Shared on September 2, 2019

Didn’t show up for my interview! So they just hired me. Didn’t ask me one question. Apparently this has happened to a few other too...the lady didn’t show up to interview, apologized, and just asked when they could start.

Shared on June 17, 2018
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