Our employees are our most valuable asset.

That’s why at Home Healthcare Hospice and Community Services we are committed to a comprehensive employee benefits program that helps our employees stay healthy, feel secure and maintain a work/life balance.

Medical | Dental | Vision | Life | Disability | LTC | FSA | DCA | Pet | Retirement

Summary of Benefits

Retirement, Time Off, and More

403(b) Retirement Plan

All HCS staff have an opportunity to put money away toward retirement through a 403(b) Savings Plan with MetLife. Please contact Human Resources for additional information.

Vacation, Personal, Holiday, Paid Time

HCS offers fulltime and part time employees that qualify vacation, personal and holiday paid time. Please see employee handbook for complete details.

Sick Time

HCS offers full time and part-time employees that qualify sick time. An extended illness bank is offered for full-time employees who choose not to enroll in the medical insurance program. Please see the employee handbook for complete details.

Additional Benefits

  • HCS offers Tuition Reimbursement to all full-time employees up to 80% of tuition cost (eligible after completion of six months of employment). There is an  annual maximum of $1,000 for certificate 2,000 for undergraduate and $4,000 for graduate programs
  • Home /Auto Insurance through payroll deduction
  • Paid Leave of Absence: Military Leave (2 weeks), Jury Duty Leave (2 weeks), Bereavement Leave (3 days)
  • Automatic deposit of paychecks
  • Please refer to your Home Healthcare, Hospice & Community Services Employee Handbook for further benefit information.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Human Resources by emailing jobs@hcsservices.org


Chaille Cohen
Chaille CohenHR Generalist

HCS’s HR Generalist

Chaille is HCS’s HR Generalist, responsible for recruiting prospective employees, assisting current employees with HR-related functions, and administering the employee database. Chaille was drawn to HR because of her interest in how organizational culture drives employee engagement towards achieving desired business outcomes. Prior to joining the HR department in 2018, Chaille worked for several years in the Community Relations/Development office at HCS.

One of her first assignments after joining HCS was to be on the agency’s parade float in the Keene Sentinel’s bicentennial celebration. Chaille holds a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Colorado State University–Global Campus, a BA in Political Science from Johnson State College, and a Certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University.