Bad higher managment caused me to lose my job over maternity leave
Physical Therapy Assistant (Former Employee) – Harrison, AR – November 2, 2018
It should have been saved & waiting for me when I returned to work. Instead, the first day back I was told the job would be very part time. & then later I was told that they didn't need any help yet they hired two new employees with the same credentials. The male who had 1/2 the education I had got hired at almost double the pay according to him. The employees on site were not reprimanded. The white females who were single seemed to get picked on. The younger they were, the worse it was.
COTA/L (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 27, 2018
Your expected at Aegis to perform beyond possible expectations. some of the employees are very cruel but some of the employees are very good. It's a great company with lots of benefits and advantages as well as good pay. I would have stayed there my entire career if it would have not been for two really cruel employees that needed gotten rid of and the company would not do it. Before I left three different employees with 45 years of Aegis experience combined quit all because of the problem of working with these two terrible employees as well as Directors of rehab stepping down all because they could not do anything with these two employees.
Used to be a good employer, turned into profit hungry and horrible management at all levels.
Physical therapist (Former Employee) – Wisconsin – September 8, 2018
Assistants are DORs which poses ethical concerns in the clinic. Upper management only listens to the DORs. The entire focus is on the IPads, not on quality of care. Once hired you will have to travel to other buildings too. No 401k match. No raises.
Nautilus equipment for geriatric strengthening.
Horrible management at all levels, Travel required to other buildings, Unethical push of home health.
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.