Case Managment Coordinator (Former Employee) – Abilene, TX – February 13, 2017
I loved my time with Reliant! They took a risk as they hired me from an entry level and had seen some potential in me. They were excellent motivators and I had a lot of favor. I would most likely still be working with them had we not relocated for my husbands job.
Has opportunities for advancement but requires badgering
Occupational Therapy Assistant Full-Time (Former Employee) – Dodge City, KS – January 23, 2017
Management can be difficult to deal with. This company does not seem to get therapists the tools they need in a timely fashion. Location and management were the reasons this review is so low. Spent a year and a half with the company with them promising new equipment that never came while I was there. The patients and co-workers made this job enjoyable but it is a hard building with rotating staff and therapists.
OT (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – January 11, 2017
Reliant is a new therapy contractor focused exclusively on bottom line numbers at the expense of patient care. Reliant rates are the lowest in the industry and thus it attracts less skilled therapists and maintains a less consistent staff than any other therapy contractor.
unethical; high productivity required; upper management support is non-existant
Rehab Program Director and Staff Therapist (Former Employee) – Tyler, TX – October 17, 2016
work load for a DOR who gets all their work done will need a 12 hour to 13 hour day, if an SLP. I had no PRN ST assistance and would have a 6 hour case load, then have all the management duties to attend to. I had little support from upper management. It is a very poor culture, they will just exhaust the therapist/ DOR and move on to the next one. Stay away from this company if at all possible.
health insurance was fair
work load; unrealistic productivity requirements; no upper management support; unethical company
COTA/L (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 4, 2016
This was the worst of all the companies I've worked for (I've been in the field over 15 years). They truely don't care about their staff, they just focus on the money and really don't care about anything or anyone else.
Director of Rehabilitation (Former Employee) – West Texas – October 1, 2016
Strong influence in their home state of Texas, are well aware of racial division within facilities and ALLOW employees to be subjected to deplorable behaviors, just do your work!. The job culture Is GET THOSE ULTRA HIGH RUG LEVELS & MEET THAT 90% PRODUCTIVITY!!! Patients not appropriate for skilled therapy services??? So what!! Just add them to the caseload and shut it!!!! Inadequate training and resources available to Rehab Directors and staffed personnel from upper management. No appreciation for hard workers, low pay especially for long uncompensated hours. Documentation, documentation and more DOCUMENTATION!!! Your character is attacked and welcomed by the most unethical clinicians and believed! Don't know how this company is even still in business.
Still trying to come up with one.....
Racist Co-workers and culture, low wages, no to little training or support, no incentives, little coverage pool, high turn over rate, HIGH productivity requirement
PTA (Former Employee) – North Little Rock, AR – August 28, 2016
I was at my worst job satisfaction while working for this company. The management the last 8 months while working for them encouraged an unprofessional environment that caused issues between buildings.
Rehab Technician (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – May 24, 2016
The typical day was running back and forth from patients rooms and printing patient files for therapists. I learned how to treat a patient and how to speak to patients and their family members about what they were going to therapy for that day. The hardest part of the job was watching the patients be in pain. Although the most enjoyable part was watching the progress and saying bye to those who were eventually discharged.