Interface Rehab provides a fun work environment and some flexibilities regarding scheduling.
COTA/L (Current Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – July 4, 2016
I usually start work early. I review the communication book to be informed of the latest. For new patients on my caseload, I review the goals on the system before I start treatments. Then, I assist patients with morning ADL's and functional transfers. I talk to nurses about patient's medications and pain management before taking patients to the OT gym. I document throughout the day in between patients. Once a week, I participate in Rehab meeting.
OT aide (Rehab Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Downey, CA – May 24, 2016
I start doing staff scheduling everyday. Communicate with the staffing coordinator to make sure we have coverage for each day needs. Rehab staff are friendly, helping each other and have good communication regarding patient's care.
Physical Therapist (SNF) (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 10, 2016
Good working place, Good co-workers, Dynamic management, Good benefits. Patient pool is good and good place to learn and grow. Hierarchy system is easy. Provides sponsorship. Work hours are ver flexible.
Rehab aide/administrative assistant (Current Employee) – Anaheim, CA – January 6, 2016
The most enjoyable part of my job is working with people. I couldn't imagine sitting at a computer all day, day in and day out, with little to no face-to-face interaction. Being able to impart some knowledge about how to do an activity more efficiently to reduce pain and decrease risk of re-injury or exacerbation is also rewarding. The hardest part of my job is transferring heavy-set clients and doing PROM with subacute patients.
Administration aide (Former Employee) – El Cajon, CA – September 3, 2015
Potlucks are awesome feels like family everyone tries to celebrate co-workers birthdays and holidays. Benefits is awesome, co workers are wonderful, all department working as a team. Clients are happy from relatives to all personnel working in the facility. great work atmosphere everyday. love it.....
Payroll Clerk (Current Employee) – Placentia, CA – March 23, 2015
I have nothing bad to say about the work environment. All my co-workers and immediate superiors where good people that were willing to teach. My only problem was the pay. I ended up doing a lot more than what was expected of me. My review was excellent, so much so that my manager fought for me to get a bigger raise than the $1 that was offered, because he knew my work ethic and also knew I took on more than I was suppose to. At the end of the day the controller and owner of the company had the last word.
Payroll (Current Employee) – Placentia, CA – June 11, 2013
It is a great place to gain hands-on experience from having no experience at all. Interface really does let you learn and adapt. There are constant interactions with all levels of employees, whether it is out in the field or to peers in the corporate office. Upper management is always available; however often times they may not know all the answers. Therefore, it only makes you work harder in analyzing data and gain more knowledge through your own investigations. Everyone in the office works diligently in their own departments. However, when there are changes in structure or data information, often times the workload may delay the communication to other departments until it's too late. Interface gives enough office work experience to perhaps develop you into other career paths.
clean environment, most have own offices and no cubicles, annual company summer picnics
strict timekeeping system, intense workload in high volumes
Rehab Technician (Current Employee) – anahiem, ca – June 3, 2013
Able to learn alot. Variety of settings was a plus. Co workers from all around the world, literally. Learned about different cultures. Hardest part of the job was finding work, when the census in your building dropped. Best part about the job, CLIENTS (patients).