HUMAN RESOURCES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee), Brooklyn, NY – May 14, 2013
As the Human Resources Associate I performed recruiting job duties and Human Resources Administrative duties. I supported the recruiter with vacancies by screening applicants and scheduling physicals and inducting them. I was also responsible for maintaining employee records, invoices, and for processing their on-boarding and orientation paperwork.
Neglect of patients. Apathetic staff and Management
Occupational Therapist (Former Employee), Brooklyn, NY – January 3, 2013
Pros: close to home
Cons: very poor patient care, unprofessional management and staff
I worked here as a Occupational Therapist for a 13 week travel assignment. I have extensive experience as an OT and have never encountered such a hostile and apathetic work environment.
Rehab management consistently pressures therapists to treat inappropriate patients. Two faced management cares only about their own jobs. Grossly under equipped rehab – more... department. Rehab Dr. regularly commits borderline to full on medicare fraud. Do not let your family members stay here for acute rehabilitation!
Nurses and Techs rarely use gloves and patients on contact precautions never appropriately marked and contact precautions rarely followed by staff.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the 1-2 out of the 10 PTs who actually care about what they do and provide quality care. – less
Compensation is average, culture is entrenched, no room for advancement, but you do not have to take any work home with you.
Staff Occupational Therapist (Current Employee), Brooklyn, NY – July 17, 2012
Pros: you don't have to bring your work home with you and its near my home.
Cons: salary, no room for advancement, acute rehab without an adl room, management only interested in keeping their jobs..
For OTs there are only acute rehabilitation and outpatient rotations. Currently the supervisor is inpatient bedside. Co-workers are okay. The hardest part of the job is coming to work in a non-progressive work environment. Management is only interested in keeping their jobs. The most enjoyable part of the job are my patients and co-workers. WIth my – more... co-workers we have many laughs at management's expense. – less
Medical assistant intern (Former Employee), Brooklyn, NY – June 26, 2012
Pros: helping others smile, being generious, my surroundings
A typical day at the hospital is a wonderful day. It's always my pleasure to help others in need and make them smile any way I can. It made me appreciate life more, and learned to cherish each day that goes by. Everyone is very pleasant, co-workers and patients.