Generic Hospice continues its downward slide, which began with employees having to justify compensation through a complex, convoluted clinical ladder program built on scarcity. Employees doing human resources work continued with a new self-evaluation, which has little to do with the actual work I perform. Now I get to do the accounting function as well. As I already help with marketing, I'm doing my job plus:
All for the same pay I was hired in at My last plane trip I sat next to a Human Resources professional. I asked him about the race to the lowest common denominator in Human Resources. He agreed wholeheartedly, lamenting how HR had become a tool to control expenses and people, while dramatically offering less services to employees. Human Resources = Employee Abuse, for sure at Generic Hospice, but also at many other companies.