Therapy Technician (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – November 27, 2013
Pros: great benefits, on sight work out facility
Cons: i can't think of one
Shepherd Center is a Hospital for people with brain and spinal cord injuries. A typical day of work consists of displaying a high level of customer care. The atmosphere at the Shepherd Center is very friendly and up-beat, which allows your caregiving experience one to remember.
shepherd is a good company, takes care of its workers
Rehab Tech (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – September 18, 2013
I learned so much at Shepherd Center, How to be able to multitask and being on time knowing you have a patient that needs to be at an appointment at a certain time. Learning different skills and keeping you certified in your profession with advancement every year.
Community Work Incentives Coordinator (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – October 21, 2012
Pros: benefits and incentives.
Shepherd Center is an excellent non-profit organiztion to work for and all the employee through out the center are very professional and the hospitality is great. I have learned that everyone is treated fairly and kind. The Directors that I work for are the greatest they really care about their staff and if you have a family situation they are there – more... without micromanaging. My co-workers are the greatest, this is the first organization where there everyone is very supportive of each other and works as a team. The hardest part of the job is trying to serve the consumers and the want answers right now instead listening to what is actually being said. The most enjoyable part of the job is having patience. – less
MA Multi-Clinic Floater (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – July 20, 2012
This place is an enjoyable place to work. The staff is very friendly towards each other as well as patients. The hardest part of this job is talking to patients and listening to their story of how they wouldn't walk again.
Great growth opportunity and educational advancement
Grant Research Specialist (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – May 6, 2012
Worked 12 hours days. Supervisor hired incompetent friends for research positions. I learned how to do the work for 4 people. Hardest part of job was going to work and doing work and clocking back in when I returned home. The most enjoyable part was my lunch break.