Pros: What is left of the office staff are good people. The STNAs are awesome but burnt out.
Cons: Very clickish, the management will NOT have your back if you are not a buddy. No evaluations, no raises for years, no help. Large turn over.
Do not expect to be acknowledged by the praise you get from your patients or the facility staff. Administration will find it threatening and you will be out the door. The Clinical Managers have no training in how to build a team or manage people. They do not have their BSNs and do not know how to lead. If something goes wrong you will be hung out to dry. This company is all about the money. The contracts they have the families sign are not held up. Don't even mention crisis care, it does not exist in the Dayton office. There are no evaluations, no raises and the PTO is a joke. The mileage reimbursement is down to 40 cents a mile when the government standards are 55 cents a mile. You can file for reimbursed in your taxes.
Do not expect to have management support you, that will not happen unless you are a buddy.
Run from this job, they expect you to work, do IDT notes, and take total care of your patients without any over time. Again this is about the money.
Extremely high turn over, for a good reason.