Assistant Program Manager (Former Employee) – Folkston, GA – August 16, 2017
While working for the company, I was in a small setting as a new graduate. The company provided support from upper management when lower management was unavailable. I actually miss working for them for a while.
Assistant/Licensed (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – June 26, 2017
They are an great company to work for ! Great benefits and you are valued as employee. Always someone there for anything you needed and cared about their employees. Awesome company, wish they would come back to area!!
Rehab Director (Former Employee) – New Mexico – April 29, 2017
Sundance was my best job ever. They sold out to Genesis. Therefore this review is no longer applicable. Sundance treated their employees with respect. They paid a good wage and offered good benefits. They reached out as needed, supported staff, and provided training on a regular basis. I will always hold Sundance as the best part of my career and the relationships built within the company are everlasting.
Cook (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – April 6, 2017
Love the residents other than that communication, scheduling,stock and various things was a major problem. Nurses, CNA's, Administration, was poor at tending to the residents. Best part was when I came in and was able to help the residents get the things that are needed
Team Leader/COTA (Former Employee) – Salisbury, NC – June 8, 2013
This is when buildings changed contracts every year. Sundance was one of the contracts. I was at this same building for a long time. Sundance was one of the contracts. They were great to work for. Management was great. They just lost the contract sadly. I needed a consistent company.
physical therapist (Former Employee) – dunbar – October 24, 2012
As a physical therapist, you'll be expected to keep up with 95 percent productivity on top of the millions of other things you have to do on this job. The employees at that facility are highly unethical and if you do not play their game, well you will be eventually fired bc they will be calling the GM over every mistake you make or harrass you to death...... So, if you care about your license, DONT GO THERE no matter how much money they offer you!!!!
Genesis has bought Sundance and will operate like Genesis
Therapy Program Manager (Former Employee) – Georgia – August 17, 2012
Sundance has converted to Genesis philosophy, focusing on financial outcomes rather than quality care, poor employee morale, excessive productivity expectations and the overall loss of the focus on patient care. Manager workload is not realistic and many fail to perform tasks or do so on their own unpaid time. Staff is not supported with materials, training, or given time for meetings or further education. Staff is expected to meet productivity standards daily or go home early, most are not 40 hr/wk positions, forcing employees to obtain second jobs. Questionable practices of building caseloads.