Manager/Clinic Directors and associates are strongly encouraged to discuss job performance and goals on an informal, day-to day basis. Formal performance reviews provide both Manager/Clinic Directors and associates with the opportunity to thoroughly discuss job tasks, identify and correct areas for improvement, encourage and recognize strengths, and discuss positive, purposeful approaches for meeting goals.
Formal performance reviews include a self-review, supervisor review and for leadership and other key positions, a 360 peer review. The performance review is typically conducted during the month of the associate’s anniversary date.
All pay increases are effective on the first day of the pay period following the effective date of change. As a general rule, annual increases will be effective on the first day of the pay period following the anniversary date. In the event that an associate has an increase in pay outside annual review the “anniversary date” will reset to the date of role change. All managers are responsible for keeping track of the new “anniversary date” until our payroll system has this capability. All required performance review documentation must be received before an annual pay increase will be processed.
Typically our clinics are open at least 8am-5pm M-F and 8am-3pm on Fridays however some clinics are open from 7am-7pm M-F and some have Saturday hours, too. To find the most up to date hours for the specific clinic in mind, please visit google.com.
What is BenchMark Physical Therapy sick leave policy? How many sick days do you get per year?
For a typical 40 hours a week associate, during the first four years of service, full-time associates may accrue up to fifteen (15) days or one hundred twenty (120) hours of PTO per year. This amount increases following the associate's 4th year of service, then again following their 7th year of service. Associated can choose to roll over any unused PTO for the next calendar year.
What is the average tenure of an Office Coordinator? Is there a lot of turnover in this position?
Since we are a company with over 600+ locations, the tenure varies per location due to many reasons. We are invested in helping each of our associates grow within their career so the most common reason people leave the position is because they have the ability to move into different roles such as a Senior Office Coordinator, Recruiting, Regional Assistant, Sales, Central Scheduling and more.
We are very excited about our future! We are continuing to develop our associates through internal mentoring, professional development meetings, leaders programs, and continuing education allotments. We will also be opening new clinics in new markets as well as growing our established areas. There are a lot of new and exciting things happening and would love for you to be a part of it.
Had a great experience working for BM. Growing company, if that stresses you out then not the company for you but it never bothered me.
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at BenchMark Physical Therapy? What are the steps along the way?
For clinical positions (PT, PTA, OT, COTA, Clinic Director and other leadership positions) a clinical recruiter will contact you to schedule a phone interview then pass your resume and contact info to the proper Regional Director. From there, The Regional Director will set up a phone call, then face to face interview usually at the clinic you are interested in. Clinicians are also able to request a time to shadow in their desired clinic and meet the team.
For non-clinical positions (IT, Sales, Office Coordinators, etc) a non-clinical recruiter will screen all applicants, contact you to set up a phone screen and follow the similar process as clinical positions with the proper hiring manager.
If you have questions regarding your application, please email Recruiting @bmrp.com