Poor Management, changes always negative
Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) – South Carolina – September 21, 2017
Unable to maintain staff. High turnover rate. Non-clinical management, unable to understand and connect with clinical staff, lack of support from upper management, unable to compromise with staff, unable to meet needs of staff. Taking away benefits (ie. vacation/PTO), having to provide coverage at other sites, providing services to clients who may be inappropriate for therapy just to make a quick buck, poor cost-effectiveness, poor scheduling. Genesis allows you the opportunity to meet therapists from all over the country, provides continuum of care (SNF, ALF, LTC, Outpatient, Vitality To You).
Therapists with great work ethic
Poor scheduling, poor upper management