Poor compensation, overall. Management says they "appreciate" you and they are grateful of all your hard work. That reeks of fake and is just a precursor to them thinking on how they can squeeze more work from you. If you're on salary, they expect you to fulfill an unrealistic amount of work, ranging from overbooking you with cases, administrative work (yes-- sometimes you're precious time is wasted scanning a handful of documents in front of a scanner) and sitting through meetings. Half of the meeting is about your productivity. You will be graded on your productivity bimonthly to the point of burnout. All the while you are expected to meet all your 'billable hours'. Realistically, you end up working for more than 40 hours a week. Yes, you get paid for less. The company earns more, however; as technically, you are doing what three people are supposed to do-- two people, if you're lucky.
On the positive side, CPC has a wealth of resources in ABA and treatments plans are grounded on the most up-to-date and proven methodologies of our science. If you are looking for a place to start ABA, CPC can teach you a lot. Treat this as a revolving door kind of deal. The turnover is high at CPC and there are valid reasons why.
good place to start with aba
travel time and in-office non-clinical work is paid at minimum wage, two-day training for new therapists is unpaid.