- Loving Care Home Health/Hospice02.Feb 2016
As previously mentioned this agency has too many family members in supervisory positions.
Support from management
Employees do not make any decisions that affect our role. It is a " I said" advisory. There is nepotism to the point everyone is related and all in supervisory positions!
As Hospice nurses we are a team and work very well together.
Freedom to work independently
The team review the workload and help each other.
This agency is primarily all women.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Have not seen older individuals be hired in many years.
No professional advancement due to nepotism.
Overall compensation for your work
Benefits are offered but have not seen pay raise since 2012.
Office / Work Environment
We had our own desks taken away so privacy has been taken away. We utilize iPads for documentation.
No privacy allowed.
Vacations are granted.
Every effort is attempted to portray this company as great.
I do feel my position is stable but a reduction in clerical staff could happen.
Yes it is handicapped accesible.
Yes safety is taught and emphasized.
I am very proud of my work and care of patients.
Inclusive / Diverse
No as mentioned all supervisors are family members.
Suggestions for improvement
- Major overhaul from the top down.
What I like about the company
I am able to set my own schedule.
What I dislike about the company
I believe it is the nepotism that bothers me the most. There are individuals in supervisory positions that only got these positions because their family put them there.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyLoving Care Home Health/Hospice
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee
- DepartmentHigher-level services in healthcare and nursing