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I love going to work every day. I started with Unity as a part time employee as I was saving money to start my own Hospice. All the other Hospices I worked for were always lacking on going that extra mile for patients. After 1 month of work I asked to be hired full time and put aside all the prep work I did for my own Hospice. I’m coming up on my 2nd anniversary with them and hope to remain with Unity for many many more.

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We provide a warm and welcoming work environment, where everyone is respected and treated well.

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Hospice work is stressful no matter where you work. I feel Unity always has my best interests at heart and are very open when listening to my needs to remain healthy and provide quality patient care.

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I was hired within a week of applying via indeed

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Be prepared to give a piece of you when working in hospice.

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It depends on the position. Typically there are one or two interviews, after which a decision is made. From the first interview until an offer is made usually takes less than a week. For very high level positions it can take longer than that.

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Why hospice?

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Try to be more involved with the staff out in the field.

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Once your application is reviewed and found suitable for the position, you will be contacted within a few days to set up an interview.

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