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problems with the director of special services
Contract Occupational Therapist (Former Employee), Banning, CAMarch 26, 2014
I was the third OT to quit under one persons management issues. I did not know why the previous OT's had left the position until about one month into my work there.
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Always kept you busy
Staff Therapist (Former Employee), Tampa Bay, FLFebruary 28, 2014
You can learn a lot by working different areas of you practice and you have to loved to travel. Pro see the US and get paid for it ,Con a lot of packing and moving on
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Excellent company. I Believe in what they stand for.
Lead-Acquisition Specialist (Former Employee), Oldsmar, FLFebruary 8, 2014
I would most certainly work for this company again. Not only are all the personal benefits great, but the company its self has a wonderful moral compass and there is a very big sense of team and community with this company.
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Willing to go the Extra Mile
School Therapy (Current Employee), Tampa, FLJanuary 24, 2014
I have worked for Sunbelt for almost three years now, and I have nothing but great things to say about them. They promote a culture of recruiters that should be more focused on giving you the best experience possible, rather than striving to pay the least. They explained my pay structure and work environment to me in plain terms, and answered any and – more... all questions I had. I feel more than comfortable working with them, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a therapy position! – less
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unpredictable place to work
New York Related Services Manager (Current Employee), Tampa, FLNovember 13, 2013
Pros: i had an open schedule. did not have to clock in or out.
Cons: no cons
learned how to be on my own as a professional. was able to manage the different programs without an overhead of questions.
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Not a Very Honest Bunch
School Psychologist (Former Employee), AlaskaOctober 11, 2013
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I had a similar experience as several others. I was promised one hourly rate, and then Sunbelt did a "switch and bait". When I received my contract, there were many serious omissions. Among other things, the hourly rate was less than half of what was promised. The pay was hourly, but there was no mention of how many hours each day/week/month was required. – more... I was told funds for a rental car for the remainder of the school year would be provided, but the contract provided a flat amount, which hardly made a dent in the real cost. I brought this to Amber's attention, and asked for corrections and clarifications be made to the contract before I signed, She then became very aggressive and angry,
I would recommend two things:
1. Have an attorney look over the contract if you have concerns. There are glaring inaccuracies and omissions, and I could see many problems there. You are making a year-long commitment and have to protect yourself.
2. Contact the management of the school or business where you would be working and let them know what has happened. I started with the person who interviewed me, and then call human resources. Both appreciated getting this information. After all, you spent time applying and going through the interview process. You worked in good faith with Sunbelt Staffing, and expected the same in return. Sunbelt relies on making money from these school districts. Maybe Sunbelt Staffing will lose business, or clean up their act.
I turned down this position in the end, as I did not want to depend on a business that lacked integrity and honesty. – less
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perfectly placed for this temp. travel assignment
RN (Current Employee), Syracuse, NYOctober 8, 2013
This was an ideal assignment where I was very welcomed by staff and made to feel like a valuable part of the professional team. Assumed care of patients on this 25 bed unit who were newly admitted due to an acute psychiatric crisis. The most enjoyable part of this temporary position was the positive interactions I had with patients, their families and – more... the staff. – less
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never again
rn (Former Employee), New York, NYSeptember 5, 2013
worked for them for years and then found out I wasn't getting my full pay
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Bad experience
Speech Therapist (Former Employee), LouisianaJuly 28, 2013
Make sure you read your contract with Sunbelt Staffing before signing. They care way more about making money than their clients. I was usually paid on time and mostly everything else went smooth. HOWEVER, I highly recommend having a lawyer read over your contract before signing.
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Productive and very welcoming
Credentialing Analyst (Former Employee), Oldsmar, FLApril 3, 2013
Pros: learning how to deal with different personalities, being able to help our employees get the documentation they need
Cons: insurance, workload slowing down, no incentives
My previous job was very diverse from speaking to the recruiters and helping them with their new contracted employees to speaking with the contracted employees and helping them with their requirements. I would call each state to see what their requirements were to work in a school setting. I would help place Occupational Therapist, Speech Language Pathologist, – more... Deaf and Heard of hearing Therapist, to Sign Language Interpreters. I learned how to deal with each individual personality and find ways to help them better understand their positions. Management and co workers were very helpful and always expanded out their hand for any help. The hardest part of my job was not being able to know if their was going to be a steady work flow as it slowed down drastically. The most enjoyable part of my job was being able to walk in and have the warm welcoming from all my co workers and knowing if I have any questions or concerns I am able to go to anyone and get an answer. – less
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agency
surgical technologist (Former Employee), jerseyJanuary 6, 2013
Pros: own schedule
Cons: na
just worked with them with different hospitals..worked as a surgical tech and did all different kind of cases
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Rewarding experience working with Deaf and HH students and the team of teachers
Teacher of the Deaf (Current Employee), Covington, GAAugust 13, 2012
Pros: all paid travel and most of the living expenses
Cons: being away from my family
I found my experience under Sunbelt Staffing very positive and rewarding. The staff is friendly and helpful that they provided financial support for my travel and living expenses. I appreciate the flexibility and support that made it possible to have this job even it is for a temporary hire since it was my choice as I didn't want to be away from my – more... family for the entire time. I found the team of teachers nice and friendly also open minded that they are eager to learn new strategies. It is really healthy to have teachers from other parts of the country working together and comparing notes that new ideas are being exchanged. The hardest part is going to a place that is unknown and strange to you in the beginning but it didn't last long. I would do it again in a heartbeat. – less
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Find another company
Contract employee (Current Employee)March 1, 2011
Sunbelt Staffing is the WORST! Do yourself a favor and find another recruiting company to work for if you are in the allied health professions- Speech, PT, OT. First of all, I was lied to about getting paid for hours worked- during a school week where my school had a day off I requested that I be paid for work done at home and was denied. It was a giant – more... pain to get additional money owed to me; I was told I would receive a sign-on and relocation bonus but had to wait weeks to get these. My recruiter is IMPOSSIBLE to get ahold of, and only calls me during hours he knows I am at work and therefore cannot talk on the phone. But, the icing on the cake is the $1400 they took out of my paycheck to pay taxes in a state I DON'T LIVE IN! It has been 7 MONTHS that I have been fighting to have my permanent address changed so I do not have to pay taxes in a state I don't live and they continue to take my money. They are not concerned with valuable treatment of employees, so avoid the headache and DO NOT WORK FOR SUNBELT STAFFING. – less

tarn – October 13, 2012

I agree, tell things and don't hold up to their word..no support whatsoever! Was informed I would be paid overtime at a higher rate...lies,lies,lies....same problem with being in a different state and not claiming the permanent residency, and the problem with state taxes...no help at all!

Hyannis – January 29, 2013

Recently tried to get a school position with Sunbelt. Gave the district incorrect information about my certification and wrong telephone number to the interviewer. Advised recruiter numerous times that I was not certified, but never listened. As a result of their error I could not interview for the position. You are better off going directly to the respective school websites to look for a job.

– July 6, 2013

This is a seriously shady company. Their recruiters to the administration work toward their advancement with no regard for the therapists. The dynamic is terribly imbalanced. They refuse to give you/consultant information about working conditions, hourly wage, the difference between the amount of money their refusing from your work and the hourly wage you're receiving, the true cost of the contract... Ask them...they'll equivocate and recite nonsensical policies and illogical reasoning as to why they cannot provide simple, honest answers. I'm not trying to sound biased...I have 2 friends, great therapists and well qualified, who have worked for Sunbelt and have had similar, terrible experiences. In speaking to other therapist I've met (no effective fallacies here or internal bias) who don't speak well of Sunbelt either. Although our experiences were not exactly the same, they all share the common thread of unseemliness and that the icky feeling of being used by Sunbelt.