SLP (Former Employee) – Jacksonville FL – August 17, 2014
I worked for EBS for a grand total of 5 days. I was given a placement an hour from my home, and despite repeated attempts, they were unable to place me closer. This was in an area with a strong job market for SLPs, with jobs available. I found a job with another company that was a reasonable commute distance and gave the required notice. Two days later, I received a phone call from my recruiter that they had found a replacement that could start the next day, don't bother coming back except to turn in equipment. In essence, they gave 24 hour notice on this job. I would be wary of working for this company as it does not seem to be well organized in regards to field placement, and has no problem dumping their therapists with 24 hour notice. Of note, I did follow proper termination protocol, and did not do anything "fire-worthy" in the short 5 days I worked there. I have only heard great things about EBS, was excited to work for them, and left very disappointed.
company geared for SLPs with large borrowing library
Educational Assistant (Former Employee) – Kaneohe, HI – October 4, 2017
The contracted people you work with are great . They are very supportive. Management staff awesome. Supervisor not so much. If you like working with adolescents in the juvenile justice system and watch them succeed, there is always that great feeling of accomplishment.
Speech-Language Pathologist (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – July 5, 2017
It has been a supportive and encouraging work environment. Collaboration, contact and connection are present as needed. People are reliable, present and available. Managers work to ensure employees have the resources, setting, and environment to thrive with a positive team approach. Opportunity to grow and expand with potential for relocation, variety and scheduling to the needs of clients/patients.