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.