Questions and Answers about Tidewell Hospice

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Tidewell Hospice.

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What advice would you give the CEO of Tidewell Hospice about how to improve it?

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Longevity of leaders does not warrant a successful company. Long-term leaders doing the same thing and expecting different results should be changed. If change occurs, results of increased census and applicants would increase.
When one leader can cause others to not feel free to approach opportunities for improvement with their team, that person needs removed. When those expecting high quality of care and services from co-workers, those doing what is right, what’s not convenient, are asked to lower their standards and expectations or get disciplined, change must occur.
No one should feel they cannot address concern without retaliation. I am watching this happen and it breaks my heart because I love my job and this organization.
Hoping a new focus of leadership will see through the politics and not continue to be blinded by the longevity of uncaring leaders who will not accept responsibility for those they lead.

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Remove A. Neal, treat employees with dignity and respect from the time they begin employment up until their departure.

Answered - Bachelor Degree Registered Nurse, Rand Boulevard (Former Employee) - Sarasota, FL

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Ask around about the insane Sarasota Clinical Director that has driven ALL the decent staff away. She will cause Tidewell to be sued with her slander of staff and verbal abuse.

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Nurses should be schedule in their area

Answered - Crisis Care Nurse (Current Employee) - Sarasota, FL

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Learn more about what the company was and not how you can make money from it.

Answered - Certified Nursing Assistant CNA/PRN (Former Employee) - Port Charlotte, FL

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