Grace Hospice – Troy, MI
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I worked at Grace Hospice full-time (less than an year)Pros
not too much to speak of, the benefits and time off is way behind the times. No real leadership - focus is more on "coaching sessions" and disciplinary actions than fostering autonomy.Cons
Pay close attention to these items:
**Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in nursing preferred
(ask what experience and education the person you will be reporting to has.)
**Able to handle multiple and shifting assignments
(red flag - means there may not be a set job description and you may be doing more than 1 or 2 jobs because of staff retention issues).
**Be available at all times, either in person or telephonically
Also - ask what their staff retention is and how many experienced nurses have been fired or quit. Ask what experience their current nurses have. Do they have a dedicated on call staff for evenings and weekends?
Inquire as to why they are in Troy instead of Ann Arbor - are there medicare issues and deficiencies?Doesn't RecommendNegative Outlook