Therapist (Current Employee) – Bellair, FL – July 5, 2018
The productivity standards throughout the therapy industry has a direct correlation on the quality of care and the appropriate time a therapist can do their job. The high productivity expectations at Aegis at this acute setting by management is unethical.
Physical Therapist (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 5, 2018
They enticed us with paying for some relocation and fairly competitive starting wage, which lead us to believe it was a financially stable and supportive company, but they don't match ANY retirement or even give cost of living raise. NOTHING. Not even 1% and have been there over 2 years so we don't expect any soon. Ridiculous.
The company could save turnover costs if they actually invested in their current employees.
Hardly any benefits one would expect from professional organization
Physical Therapist (Former Employee) – Illinois – June 30, 2018
Poor clinically driven decisions made by management and not what is best for patient. Expect to do only paperwork if you are a therapist as push is to have more assistants and less registered therapists.
Poor management especially on upper level, they need to trim the fat on the top not therapists who are the drive behind your revenue
Customer Care Specialist (Former Employee) – Middleton, WI – June 28, 2018
I was trained very poorly and I was not given instructions on what it was exactly I was supposed to do. Management was micromanaging and not around for support. I worked with great people but the management and the training didn't set me up for success at all.
PTA (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 6, 2018
Although payed vacation was a “benefit” for working for aegis, requests were never granted. Health insurance was also a “benefit” they provided but to add a family member is impossible. Everyone on our team was denied additions to our health insurance. Upper management gave the impression that they would be able to fix the situation, but ultimately provided no help. Working for aegis is working for a company that treats you as if you are dispensable and unappreciated as a person.