Therapy Program Manager (Current Employee) – Englewood, OH – January 30, 2017
My days of working at that establishment were very enjoyable with constant episodes of learning in the field of Occupational Therapy with the vast diagnoses that I endured each day. Awesome team and extended co-workers.
Director of Rehabilitation Services (Current Employee) – Camden, TN – January 2, 2017
This company took over June 2016 and have made changes in every area of work that they said would not change. All changes have created a negative work environment. There has been cuts in pay, cuts in hours, & cut position. Higher expectation from worker with increases in productivity.
It is close to home
It is all business, they do not care about the employees.
Physical Therapy Technician (Current Employee) – Ocean Springs, MS – October 13, 2016
Working at Encore is a very rewarding job, I enjoy helping the patients and helping them achieve their goals. We working mainly with stroke patients and seeing them work as hard as they can to achieve their goals and get back to a functional level is what I love the most. Even though they will never be 100%, the fact that the patients and family are very grateful for that we are able to provide them with hope.
COTA/L PRN (Current Employee) – Pawtucket, RI – September 8, 2016
The staff is friendly and inviting. The hardest part is this is a long term care facility. The residents who live here pass away here. Its very hard to treat a resident one day and be gone the next. The most I love about what I do is seeing the residents face when I show up to get them for therapy. They look forward to seeing me.
Physical Therapy Technician (Current Employee) – Pascagoula, MS – August 10, 2016
This company is a bully. They don't care about you. everyone is replaceable and they treat you that way. Harassment is normal to them. I don't recommend for anyone to work for them. Therapists only care about charges and their paychecks.
The clinic was physical therapy with a specialist in Women's and Men's Health.
OFFICE COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – June 29, 2016
As office coordinator I was in charge of the front end of the clinic and helped as needed on the floor. I was responsible for answering the phones, scheduling, insurance verification, ordering supplies, scheduling new patients and explaining benefits, taken payments, charges, staying in compliance with health insurance guidelines, end of the month reports, chart reviews (including current orders, signed evaluations and progress notes) and safety compliance.
Residents and co-workers pleasant and generally easy to work with.
Physical Therapist Assistant (Current Employee) – various SNF in oakland and livingston counties – March 3, 2016
Fast paced, with high value to patient care. PTs and other supervisors where on hand for questions when needed. I was able to clock out for breaks when needed. Patient daily notes where minimal and did not take up time that should be spent one on one with the patient.
Pleasant environment, minimal patient documentation
COTA/L (Current Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – February 20, 2016
I would stay with this company forever if they would appreciate their employees and offer raises or any sort of perk to stay! As an employee who came in as a new grad, its hard to justify staying with no benefits!
Therapy Program Manager/LPTA (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – April 18, 2015
I've been with this organization for 2 years now and have been a staff PTA as well as have advanced into management. I can tell you that it depends on what district you're in how bad or decent it is. I hesitate to even use the word "good" as I have yet to see this company do a good job of treating their employees well. As a staff therapist your productivity standard is very high and ours was raised 5% in a matter of months (some as high as 93%) but overall if you have a good manager and team the experience was not bad. As a manager you will work constantly: before you come in, when you're at work, and when you come home. Oh yes as well as weekends and holidays because the PRN staffing is virtually nonexistent. They promote PTAs and COTAs mostly because they want to pay the least amount possible while slowly taking away PTO and other perks. They will not give you a raise no matter how well you perform so I hope you like your starting pay. They also provide zero resources or training for those who have been promoted yet expect utter competency which makes the job stressful. It appears to be an organization that rewards incompetence and dishonesty at times which is disheartening and terrible for our patients and clients. They have already lost 1 contract and possibly a 2nd since I have been here and some managers have quit. I'm hoping moving to a new district will provide a positive change otherwise my time here will be short lived.
Free lunch when RVP is in, 25% 401K match, healthcare insurance, free CEUs
Pto, prn availability making days off hard, management is incompetent and disorganized
Data Entry (Former Employee) – Decatur, AL – September 29, 2014
Unorganized, uncaring, and unfriendly. When you are "dismissed" for working too much (after you are asked to) and not given any proper training. I would never work for this company if they offered me a million a year!