I thoroughly enjoy the work that I do with my patients. To be able to teach patients how to recognize their symptoms early enough to avoid an exacerbation, or help them realize what their symptoms are indicating during their everyday home activities has proven to be an amazing experience. If you enjoy working with patients to help improve their ADL's and social abilities, and help to avoid exacerbations in which they normally end up in the hospital, then you'll love this job too.
I work in the field, so I can't comment on working for corporate, although when I have needed something from the corporate office, i.e. IT, HR, time off, equipment updates and orders, and many, many other questions, they have been extremely prompt, informative, and easy to work with, and have never made me feel bullied, stupid, or harassed because I have a question or don't understand something. I have found that they value communication and work to keep everyone up to speed.
I have worked for the company for 2 years, and although there have been many major changes and national growth, they have striven to make sure that we are all up to date, and are eager and willing to answer questions. The corporate office seems to understand the massive changes that have occurred, and work to keep everyone in the loop.
The company is also big on praise vs. punishment; they send out little appreciation gifts throughout the year in order to recognize the work that the therapists/employees do. I feel appreciated when I receive these gifts, which reminds me I'm not just a number, but a valued employee!
Ability to work one on one with patients, benefits packages, appreciation gifts, communication, self scheduling, provided information and equipment as needed.
Being on the road all day, out of area (which makes taking a lunch less than comfortable)