Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (Former Employee) – Buena Vista, VA – May 19, 2018
My DOR was not organized and never on time for anything. Everything that needed to be done was done by someone else or it wouldn't have egotten done at all. The DM and above never paid enough attention to figure out that the DOR wasn't managing things well. It was like being on a sinking ship with all the responsibility but someone else got the paycheck.
Aegis had good training opportunities and support from across other aegis if you asked for it. High productivity was a challenge to maintain while providing optimal patient time first. DOR at my site was the best. Our team worked together like a close knit family.
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – May 5, 2018
Management set up each patient at highest RUG Level regardless of their condition to increase revenue when half of the patient's were in approprate. When you didn't get the minutes they expected because the patient could not tolerate the amount of therapy they were expecting you were reprimanded. They either were forcing the patient to exceed their abilities or were putting the therapist in the position to be unethical for the benefit of the patient.
A good therapy company with patient care a priority
Team Leader/COTA (Current Employee) – Sheboygan, WI – May 2, 2018
A good company to work for. Quality Patient care was a high priority. Typical work day was 7-8 hours. A fun and energetic therapy team. Team work between therapy and facility nursing staff was supported and made facility a great rehab/long term care/ assisted living center
PTA (Former Employee) – Crown Point, IN – March 19, 2018
Cut throat company, poor health insurance benefits w/ super high deductible. Unrealistic productivity "if you can't hack it, leave" was the managers motto and repeated often if you had any questions about policies/procedures. Overutilization of Med B to the point of fraud. Not allowed to d/c Med A pts if they had regained prior level of function, even exceeded prior level of function, if caseload was low could not D/C pts even if they were asking "when can I go home?"
salaries were competitive for area
couldn't pay you enough to deal with high productivity, bullying by manager
Wellness Coordinator (Former Employee) – MO – March 18, 2018
Do not work for the company as a Wellness Coordinator , POOR MANAGEMENT, Management was a few people with big job titles and egos !!!!!!!!!!!! NO room to grow with company!! Not worth the time and energy to invest specifically considering the work environment, there wellness company EnerG was poorly ran and they do not invest in there employees.