Nearly five months ago Gentiva executives spoke with employees about Kindred's public offer to buy our company for $14 per share.
"I can't predict what they will do next. Um, but what I will commit to is that we will keep you informed. We will, um, uh, keep uh communication going through these types of calls, we'll keep communication coming in the form of um written updates, matter of fact uh, by the time we finish this call there will be a written update, uh, that'll go out to the whole company afterwards. So, with all that said, um, I'm, I'm feeling good about where we are, I'm feeling good about our results, I feel good about where we're headed. I feel best of all about the care we're providing to 110,000 patients tonight."--CEO Tony Strange 5-15-14
"We want to be transparent with our employees and communicate, keep you informed of exactly what's happening inside the company."--Executive Vice President & COO David Causby
The silence from Atlanta is deafening. Our site moved from the gold standard to silver, then copper. Due diligence turned us into lead under Tony Strange and David Causby. As usual they paid lip service to employees at the end of the call.
"(With One Gentiva) we focused on putting our patients and employees in the center of what we do every day."--Executive Vice President & COO David Causby
Who knew "what we do" would be a bulls eye? Silence, no raises, job cuts and hour reductions show their true commitment. It's to their and Wall Street's pocketbooks.
Anonymous (from Gentiva)