- Aurora Health Care02.May 2017
Suggestions for improvement
- Be proactive instead of reactive when hiring employees. Aurora at Home has a 3 month orientation. I understand numbers but I have watch nurses leave because during the orientation period the nurses in the field are short handed, which creates a vicious circle. I think there needs to be more focus on the established patients. Keeping numerous openings for the 7/70 and weekends just for admissions doesn't help the established patients or the nurses that have to pick up all the new admissions when there is no room to put them. I understand the importance of growth but happy employees make for happy patients. As I first stated, I think it really comes down to being proactive with hiring new nurses. I, also, understand that I am not sure how that looks. However, with that all said, I really did enjoy working for Aurora and would not have left if I wasn't moving.
What I like about the company
The compensation package and benefits are good. The team work atmosphere is excellent, at least in the area that I worked.