Pros: company furnishes tb, hepatitus and flu shots, often includes staff in special meals, and the kitchen puts extra food in the breakroom if not appropriate for further pt meals.
Cons: productivity is higher for prn staff, no benefits, prn isn't included for company parties, help isn't always forthcoming for navigating the computer for updating course reviews.
I start my day reviewing pt therapy chart/notes and then start RX. Sometimes it's a rough day getting pts because they aren't on a written schedule for each therapy. Management is willing to listen to any complaints or ideas someone might have, but getting a reply back sometimes takes time. The hardest part of my job is keeping productivity high because – more... there's a number of days or weeks between work days and pts aren't always the same as before. I need to do a full review and ask questions before I can start work. The most enjoyable part of work is the interaction and tales the elderly pts have to tell me. – less