- Aseracare Hospice09.Feb 2016
Supervisors had favorites so as a result only a few employees felt it was fair and there definitely was not an atmosphere of trust.
Support from management
Management was never clear on instructions and when we made decisions based on the information we were given we were often chastised for our decisions.
Colleagues were putted against each other so working as a team was not in this culture
Freedom to work independently
The workload was not fairly distributed. It was often left to a few workers. Management would say we had a say in our area of responsibility but would take it away at their discretion causing confusion.
Communication was not clear and employees were often given conflicting directions.
This company does value women and puts them in positions of authority.
Attitude towards older colleagues
I would say senior workers are valued.
This company does not have much advancement opportunities. A colleague received her degree and was not compensated in any way.
Overall compensation for your work
Salaries are low but they typically are in this industry. But the salaries of management are very high. Salaries are always paid on time and the benefits are typical of this industry.
Office / Work Environment
I worked from my home office. Equipment was shipped timely and addressed quickly if anything went wrong.
I am not certain about this category.
Work/life balance was not a priority with this company. They had us working very long hours during the week and weekends. Time off had to be scheduled at the beginning of the year.
I always felt that my job was not stable. Due to financial concerns we were always being told we may not have a job next week.
Worked off site so am unfamiliar with the office setting.
The company abides by all OSHA standards and procedures are in place to ensure that all offices comply.
The work was never quite finished. There was always different tasks added after a project was finished so you never felt a sense of accomplishment.
Inclusive / Diverse
Suggestions for improvement
- If you are going to let people work from home, trust them to do the job you hired them for. The atmosphere was not accepting or helpful.
What I like about the company
I liked being able to work from home and being able to help others.
What I dislike about the company
Culture was too close knit. It was not a fair, get ahead by hard work company.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyAseracare Hospice
- CityFort Smith
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2013