Speech-Language Pathologist (Current Employee) – somewhere in the US – July 12, 2013
No training or orientation provided. Relocation bonus was significantly reduced after I relocated nearly 1000 miles. You can work your butt off and will never be appreciated. Expectations get harder and harder to achieve over the years. With a pay cut, I now earn less than when I started a few years back. Lots of turn over causes you to have to work many holidays if you stay on, and you work for straight time on holidays. No paid lunch or breaks.
Having a tremendously rewarding job :) despite the company.
High turn over, no holiday differential, poor CEU and licensing reimbursement, all ceus earned off the clock, best choice of health benefits pretty middle of the road
I love the community of patience the residence and all the staff that I work with but I have work there for two and a half years I've never been given a raise even when asked I feel I am being underpaid and I've been given opportunities other places that I would not be as happy and emotionally but would receive better compensation I'm very torn at this point with my employment of whether to stay or go