It's not what it used to be
Athletic trainer (Former Employee) – Illinois – January 26, 2019
ATI was great to work for in the beginning. Then they became corporate and opening up clinics too fast. It was not fun to work at anymore. It was, and still is, about the numbers. It's about how many patients can you get in in one day, in one hour, and process them. You as an employee are just a number, easily replaceable if you are not a "yes man". You will be promised advancement by your director/supervisor if you continue to work hard. In the end, it turns out that you made your director/supervisor look good and they get promoted instead of you. You get promised to advance if they advance. It's not the case. For athletic trainers, you will not work in the clinical setting with ATI anymore, if that's what you're looking for. Employees who underperform, or are "problem employees" are not let go. They get transferred to other clinics, positions, or are even promoted to higher positions in the company. Bonuses are not given out like they promise. You are expected to work more without an increase in pay or a bonus. ATI paints a rosy picture and that it's such a great company to work for. It used to be, 10+ years ago. It's not anymore. You can be a loyal employee and work hard for them. ATI is not loyal to you. In the end, it's all about the numbers.
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