When hospice reverts to the lowest common denominator and leaders obsess about metrics, it's time to speak. Self-inflated leaders assume clinicians give until their backs break, given no raises for years. A clinical ladder is a rainbow’s pot of gold. Others have a sorrier job and must be motivated by money. Abysmal leaders dangle extrinsic rewards for admission, hiring and EDBITA targets. “Sign on” bonuses entice people into a poor work environment. Employees’ voice equals their raise, zero.
Monday, March 16, 2015
Kindred VP's Strategic Stock Sale
One Kindred Executive lightened his stock holdings post Gentiva acquisition. The stock price was $2 dollars per share higher than his last sale on February 23, 2015. He benefited personally from this strategic move.