Pros: Pay was competitive
Cons: Too many to list
Unethical, awful, bully-tolerating, mismanaged, poor patient care, downright frightening atrocity of a "company." Couldn't leave fast enough and get my clinical license detached from any association with the company, the local site, the national leaders, and the daily practices. The only glimmer of hope were the handful of worker bees that cared about their patients. Unfortunately, if they were bright or moral, they either left the toxic environment or were forced out. While the pay was good, nothing could make up for the terrible working conditions or the sleepless nights and traumatic treatment of coworkers. People were lied to (and about), coverups were everywhere, bad behavior was rewarded, patients were mismanaged, colleagues and patients were openly badmouthed, gossip abounded, and staff turnover is extremely high. The absolute worst company I have ever been associated with, and even though I resigned, I've considered eliminating from my resume completely because I don't want to be aligned with any facet of the company or many of its employees. However, it would look like I had a year gap in employment and that doesn't seem ethical on my part. If you value your reputation, proceed with extreme caution.