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Vilonia, AR

#1 Oct 11, 2011
Dose anyone know anything about the Hospice in Hazard, I heard there are a lot of people quiting there, are they hard to work for or what is the deal.
closetothesituti on

Lancaster, WI

#2 Oct 11, 2011
Good people can't work there. The boss and her 5 puppets don't care for anyone. They think they are better than everyone. I talked to someone who is working there now and she said its like working in hell. Thats sad when you are working with dying people and their families. But they make it hard to work there. Very stressful environment.
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Harrison, AR

#3 Oct 12, 2011
closetothesitution wrote:
Good people can't work there. The boss and her 5 puppets don't care for anyone. They think they are better than everyone. I talked to someone who is working there now and she said its like working in hell. Thats sad when you are working with dying people and their families. But they make it hard to work there. Very stressful environment.
Who is the Boss?
Takes

London, KY

#4 Oct 12, 2011
A special person to handle the job. Have had family that used hospice and they were wonderful. Needed them longer than expected and saw nothing but good the whole time. Aftercare for the family was excellent as well. I am sure they don't put up with nonsense from workers. Can't afford to. Obviously a high stress environment. It's dealing with people at the most stressful time possible. Not an easy job in any way. If all you are looking for is a job and aren't drawn to the job you don't need to be there. It would be hard to do it properly and not have issues with the supervisors. That is one job that isn't just a job.
Looking

Vilonia, AR

#5 Oct 12, 2011
Takes wrote:
A special person to handle the job. Have had family that used hospice and they were wonderful. Needed them longer than expected and saw nothing but good the whole time. Aftercare for the family was excellent as well. I am sure they don't put up with nonsense from workers. Can't afford to. Obviously a high stress environment. It's dealing with people at the most stressful time possible. Not an easy job in any way. If all you are looking for is a job and aren't drawn to the job you don't need to be there. It would be hard to do it properly and not have issues with the supervisors. That is one job that isn't just a job.
The service that Hospice provides is wonderful, they do help people in need, and it is a very high stress job and that is why the supervisors should try to work with employees o keep the stress level down not make it worse.
Lookinforabetter tomorrow

London, KY

#6 Oct 12, 2011
A friend that works there told me that management at the Hazard office is like working for the Devil in Hell, they are very controlling over everything and love to fire people and if they don't fire you but want you gone they will pressure you until you quit, the friend told me that everyone is afriad to say anything because of repercussion because of the very high number of employees that have been fired. Jobs are hard to find so it seems to me there would have to be something wrong for so many people to be quiting of getting fired.
Nurse Lady

Rockholds, KY

#7 Oct 12, 2011
[Is Monica Couch still the boss lady??? She sure is a B****!
Nurse Lady

Rockholds, KY

#8 Oct 12, 2011
Is Monica Couch still the Boss? She sure is a B****! Not just at work either.......
waylond

Gray, KY

#9 Oct 12, 2011
Nurse Lady wrote:
[Is Monica Couch still the boss lady??? She sure is a B****!
Yes she is and yes she is a double B****
retiredandloving it

Gray, KY

#10 Oct 12, 2011
waylond wrote:
<quoted text> Yes she is and yes she is a double B****
I worked there before Monica Became Boss ass and it was a good place to work.Glad I left before she became Boss because they say that it went to hell after she took over. you can give credit for the good treatment to the patiens to tne nurses and aids not to Monica Couch
closetothesituti on

Mize, KY

#11 Oct 12, 2011
I agree that the care that the nurses and other staff provides is excellent. But they are providing the care not the boss and supervisors.
Big O

Somerset, KY

#12 Oct 13, 2011
I have known Monica and the other ones in Management for a long time and before they got in management they were good people but they let the power go to their heads and I agree they are like working for the Devil himself they have no respect for the employees or how they feel. What made hospice an excallent service was the Nurses and other staff provides Monica and her crue has forgot whats it's like to provide good care because they have not worked in the field for a long time.
Big O

London, KY

#14 Oct 14, 2011
lol very true....
Bull_S

United States

#15 Oct 15, 2011
According wrote:
Trisha Mullins complains about her job and the co-workers all the time! According to Trisha it is a hell hole! Trisha will tell you, herself, that she made a HUGE mistake when she quit UK and went to work for Hospice of the Bluegrass.
Not sure where you get your information but Trish is a very good friend of mine. She loves her job and the people she works with are great. Rather rude of you to post a comment like that.
Big O

London, KY

#16 Oct 17, 2011
I don't know Trish so can't say.
comfort sent

London, KY

#17 Oct 18, 2011
Hospice was sent out to care for my mother before her passing and they were absolutely wonderful to mom as well as all the family. The day before mom passed they told us that the end was near and they sat with us for several hours while we cried. Even after mom passed they still called and checked on my brothers and when we see them out in the stores, they still talk to us and want to know that we are doing ok. I will never forget the kindness of Charlene and Peggy. They are angels.
Michelle

United States

#18 Jan 7, 2012
anyone know if the hospice center is hiring lpns right now? thanks.
Mother

Somerset, KY

#19 Jan 7, 2012
My son has Hospice and I have dealt with plently of the Hospice staff and I cannot say one negative thing about them. Having a sick child is very hard and they help so much. I love my Hospice Family.
Mother

Somerset, KY

#20 Jan 7, 2012
They are hard to work for because they weed out the people who aren't qualified. I can talk from personal experience that it takes special people to work for hospice.
Michelle

United States

#21 Jan 14, 2012
anyone know if the hospice center is hiring lpns
right now? thanks.

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