Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care Employee Reviews

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CNA (Current Employee) –  Columbia, MDApril 11, 2019
very fast paced environment / company is in need of revamping of management. / Great team of peers and doctors/ flexible time/ Love to be able to freely give all my compassion and gifts to family in this type of environment.
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poor management , lack of support
Team Director (Former Employee) –  MassachusettsApril 11, 2019
As a Hospice you would think the staff and management would be compassionate, caring , educated and supportive .
The management team is undermining and speaks poorly of their own staff. they do not try to support and solve issue - they are problem finders - but do not look to fix , educate or be proactive.
They are unorganized - poor communicators - you never know what the day holds.- policies change and no one is aware.
Clinical director unprofessional - speaks poorly of her own staff openly
Pros
pay well
Cons
negative staff
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fun work place
CNA (Former Employee) –  Newark, DEApril 11, 2019
taking care of the elderly and learning new things everyday always had us working all day having same patient everyday. to keep the patient from. getting and being confused is the best way to do things
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Rough times, extremely high caseloads
Clinical Social Worker (Current Employee) –  Columbia, MDApril 11, 2019
Money and numbers driven. They have wonderful staff that they are sadly overwhelming with unmanageable caseloads. 25+ for nurses; 50-60 for social workers. It’s just bad patient care. They can’t keep the staff they already have and are very slow to hire. Patients suffer with stretched-too-thin nurses.
Pros
Salaries are competitive
Cons
No work life balance. 50-60 hour work weeks.
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Great co workers
Hospice Aide (Former Employee) –  San Antonio, TXApril 9, 2019
Very understanding, great co workers, always understanding and helpful. Treated very well and they provide excellent Care to Pts. This is a company one would like to work for.
Pros
Understanding and caring
Cons
None
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High turnover; poor management
Chaplain (Current Employee) –  Atlanta, GAApril 9, 2019
Seasons Hospice is a staple in the hospice Community. However, the Atlanta office is poorly run. There is a high turnover rate, poor work-life balance, and additional work is constantly piled upon staff members. Executive Director is driven by numbers. Referrals are not appropriately triaged. The list goes on and on. Avoid this hospice.
Pros
Flexible
Cons
Poor work-life balance, high turnover, lots of employee burnout.
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Provide and manage care for terminally ill patients to ensure comfort and quality of life
Registered Nurse - RN Case Manager (Current Employee) –  Clearwater, FLApril 8, 2019
Provide and manage care for terminally ill patients to ensure comfort and quality of life. • Work as a team to provide care, symptom management, administer medication, advise patients and families.
Assess patient immediate needs, communicate with physicians to develop treatment plans.
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Not happy
CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (Former Employee) –  Madison Heights, MIApril 8, 2019
not what the company used to be at all, worked there for 9 years and what they did to me was not right and feel like there more worried about money then able to provide staff for quality patient care
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Very professional and the people there are nice.
VOLUNTEER (Former Employee) –  Miami, FLApril 4, 2019
I worked here for the hours and experience so I didn’t get paid. But I did learn a lot and Ms.Emily was wonderful with me and made my experience great. It was a great place to work.
Pros
Learn a lot. Very nice people.
Cons
None
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Hard Work; Good People; Difficult Administrative Glitches
Chaplain (Former Employee) –  Newark, DEApril 2, 2019
Difficult work; terrible computer applications and support.
The individuals are wonderful!

As in all Hospices I know, there are not enough CNA and nurses to cover the territory; everyone is stretched thin. Turn over is high.
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Poor work life balance
Registered Nurse Case Manager (Current Employee) –  Tampa, FLMarch 31, 2019
Pt loads are very large, about double what is recommended by NHPCO. Poor work life balance. National leadership is great but lots of chaos on a local level.
Pros
great PTO
Cons
poor health care benefits
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Amazing Emotional Support in a Highly Emotional Environment
Administrative Assistant (Volunteer) (Former Employee) –  Madison, WIMarch 24, 2019
Hardest Part of the Job was having to deal with our clients and family who are facing end of life. With that being said, it is also the most rewarding to help those clients, families, and the community
Pros
Support of Employee
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Lack of Support
Staff Nurse (Current Employee) –  Newark, DEMarch 12, 2019
Loved the job but no support, job expectations high. You will drive, sometimes over 300 miles a day. The clients are awesome. There is no balance. No understanding from supervisors, just a job that needs to be done.
Pros
Great benefits, rewarding families
Cons
Long drives, wear and tear on vehicle, no support from supervisors
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Overworked , long traveling to clients , Corporate driven company
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) –  King of Prussia, PAMarch 3, 2019
You will work a full 40 hours plus , then on top be on call if no on call RN . You might travel to 5 counties where ever the call comes from which could mean a 2 hour drive each way and then weekends if no on call nurse . They work you to death !
The coworkers were amazing and still remain close even though most are gone from Seasons a long time.
Also they let staff go very unjustly with no replacement which made more work for remaining staff. It took a long time to recover from the stress and exhaustion from working there as a very dedicated RN !
The corporate staff , directors etc are like groupies of a cult , all brainwashed with the " True Hope" kool aid! It's all about making $$
Pros
Wonderful coworkers
Cons
Poor management, long unrealistic hours, driving to 5 counties if doing on call
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Excellent company
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Current Employee) –  Miami, FLFebruary 27, 2019
Very satisfied to work for this company, I felt protected organization, coordination, professionalism are part of the characteristics of the company the payment is fair, it includes benefits, the work environment is pleasant, there is companionship, if in the future I had to recommend to someone for this company would not hesitate to do it.
Pros
Free vaccinations
Cons
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Wonderful co-workers and supportive leadership
Hospice Aide/Continuous Care Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Middlebury, CTFebruary 20, 2019
Wonderful co-workers and supportive leadership; advancement for certain positions, great team atmosphere; most difficult part of the job is under utilization of skills and knowledge
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Over worked and undercompensated
Clinical Social Worker (Current Employee) –  Atlanta, GAFebruary 19, 2019
Seasons Hospice is poorly organized and poorly structured. There are no opportunities for advancement. Work-life balance is poor. They do not value and support their employees.
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Not a healthy work environment
Social Worker/Case Manager (Former Employee) –  Madison Heights, MIFebruary 7, 2019
The job expectations are very high, and as a result the turnover is high. Your work load is typically 50% more then what you were hired in at because you are always covering someone who just quit, or training someone new, same for territory coverage. On-calls are one to two shifts more then stated at hiring because of staff turnover. Employees that last longer then a year are typically single with no dependents. Most of upper management are single, have poor work-life boundaries and expect that same from their staff. Recent changes in the company have created a production/output mentality with their field staff, management are reviewing productivity reports of their field staff analyzing the minutes and pushing for more on a weekly basis. It is a very difficult place to work.
Pros
workaholics will fit in will
Cons
people with work-life balance values will not fit in this company
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Poor moral everywhere in company
Intake Coordinator (Current Employee) –  MarylandFebruary 5, 2019
There are more chiefs than indians and you feel like you are working under a microscope. Management does listen,,,but on deaf ears. Some jobs are more stressful than others but unless you are a RN there is no room for advancement.

I would definitely say do not work at Seasons.
Pros
Some of the benefits are good
Cons
Very poor moral.
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Stressful place of work
RN Case Manager (Current Employee) –  Davie, FLJanuary 21, 2019
I was able to provide support to patients and family in need, but patienrts are acutely ill and require lots of support and time.Since computer system is old, it takes an average of an hour or more to document on each patient and therefore, I always had left over documentation to complete and had poor work life balance, working over 12hrs daily and getting paid salary, not hourly.
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