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Authoritarian management style, frequent policy changes

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Current Employee - Field Nurse in Austin, TX
Current Employee - Field Nurse in Austin, TX

I have been working at Texas Home Health

Pros

Flexible scheduling, autonomy, they try to keep you in one area (I.e north, south), have per visit with benefits option

Cons

Inflexible management, high turnover, employee input not valued, on call can be intense at times (especially on weekends), poor computer charting system, difficult to reach case managers/clinical supervisors the majority of the time due to constant meetings they have to attend, very low morale, high employee dissatisfaction currently

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Listen to your staff, stop with the changes, at least for a little while, invest in a better computer charting system (maybe tablets instead of giant laptops?)

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  1. It's all about the money, period! Yours an theirs!

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Longview, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Longview, TX

    I worked at Texas Home Health

    Pros

    Large company with overall market stability. Adequate resources.

    Cons

    Toxic environment, manipulation, anf favortism.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Advise would be futile in this scenario.

    Doesn't Recommend
  2. One of the most poorly managed organizations I have ever seen

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Texas Home Health

    Pros

    You will have a paycheck until you are able to find a better job.

    Cons

    incompetent senior management
    prima donna employees who think they are entitled to special treatment
    high turnover
    very little cohesion in branch offices

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Corporate office actually needs to send some people to the local branch offices and have individual "state of the company/state of the local office" interviews with employees. If you do this, you will find that very few people want to continue working long term for this company. It is just a place to collect a paycheck until something better can be found for most people.

    Doesn't Recommend
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