Pros: good ceus, good online resources, strives to use evidence based practice
Cons: "flexibility" of job is truly not flexible due to all the extra hours put in to meet quota, no 401k match, average benefits
Just started working for this company and wish I had stayed away. Days are very long to meet your high quota. If you don't meet it you are expected to work weekends. If you are in one of their ALFs, there is no onsite administrative support, so you as a therapist have to do all the faxing, copying, printing (if they supply you a printer) and calling to get consent and discuss co-pays and insurance with POAs and families of patients.
You have to take time to go to facility meetings at least once a week, and write up and keep a census sheet to email the directors, and you are getting paid for NONE of this extra work! You are a "salaried" employee, but when you get your paycheck you can't help but feel cheated cause you are only paid for the units you bill (130 units weekly=32 hrs a week, so paycheck only says 64 hours total on it). When in reality you are putting in at least 40 to 50 hours a week, and then taking documentation home on top of it. I averaged 1-2 hours a night and would spend 4-6 hours at home documenting.
They speak a lot about about point of service documentation, but even with doing that you still have to take it home to finish and sign the notes, do progress reports, and finish evaluations. Every new hire spends nights and weekends documenting, and some I knew said they were up til 10 or 1 am documenting!! Therefore, I have only been working here for a little over a month and am already feeling incredibly burnt out, as are the other new hires. Bottom line is they only care about you meeting that quota. If you truly value your free time, family, and hobbies, steer clear of this company.