Behavior Specialist (Current Employee) – West Chester, PA – July 8, 2018
EBS is great place to work!! I have never felt so supported and appreciated for the work that I do. They send you gifts and other tokens of appreciation when you least expect it. When I have a concern or need assistance someone is able to help me within 24 hours.
Speech-Language Pathologist (Current Employee) – Michigan City, IN – June 12, 2018
EBS has been nothing short of great during my entire CF year. Had an amazing mentor who was vital to me in my 1st year. Also any concerns that I had, which were nearly zero, were addressed and remedied immediately. When it came time to renew my contract - EBS went out of the way to ensure I got everything I asked for. Amazing company to work for as an SLP - have no thoughts of leaving anytime soon.
Educational Assistant (Former Employee) – Kaneohe, HI – October 4, 2017
The contracted people you work with are great . They are very supportive. Management staff awesome. Supervisor not so much. If you like working with adolescents in the juvenile justice system and watch them succeed, there is always that great feeling of accomplishment.
Speech-Language Pathologist (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – July 5, 2017
It has been a supportive and encouraging work environment. Collaboration, contact and connection are present as needed. People are reliable, present and available. Managers work to ensure employees have the resources, setting, and environment to thrive with a positive team approach. Opportunity to grow and expand with potential for relocation, variety and scheduling to the needs of clients/patients.
Excellent. Well supported if you are a Clinical Fellow.
Speech Language Pathologist (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – June 1, 2017
I feel very supported and respected as a clinical professional. The company does an amazing job as creating bonds and reaching out to employees about what they might need to be successful in their placement.
I had to wait until the end of my stay to find out my contract was not renewed.
Content Mastery Specialist (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – April 26, 2017
I moved my entire life to Hawaii, which was very expensive, for what turned out to be a 9-month job. My contract was not renewed. While they paid for my flight back, moving costs were expensive. It was a good experience to teach in Hawaii but drained a lot of my personal savings to do so.
Hawaii was interesting and beautiful
EBS does a lot of decision-making behind the scenes.
private contractor Speech Language Pathologist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, Ga – April 18, 2017
EBS is a supportive company that delivers what they promises, find you good jobs, find you a place to live, and assist you in finding best way to get there and the closest apartment they can find to your place of work.
Speech-Language Pathologist (Current Employee) – Honolulu, HI – September 2, 2016
This company is a school based company. They assisted me in relocating and are always there for me with any questions I have. EBS has orientations at the beginning of the school year and company events throughout the year for everyone to get together. Highly recommend working for this company.
Continued development, exciting and team oriented environment
Special Education Coordinator - Team Lead (Former Employee) – West Chester, PA – August 10, 2016
The marriage between the human resources department and our training and development team was very fluid. We were in support of each of our team members and were there to help each other out on those not so fortunate days.
The management team was more than supportive and always available to teach us the next area that we needed to learn. The options for travel were wonderful and the availability to learn new markets nationwide was also very rewarding.
This company was by in large where my personal, professional development and skill set grew the most.
Teacher (Current Employee) – HI – November 5, 2015
EBS is great at giving lip service. They deceived me about my job, and don't supply needed materials to accomplish job. Things like books or other learning supplies that students need. They hire people without telling them there are several unpaid work days. They offer almost no support. Terrible company
Speech Language Pathologist (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 16, 2015
they tried to help by interfacing with the staff at the school placement, but in fact seem to have no actual affect on the situation and may have made it worse at the level of the school site; they paid lower than the going rate; they appeared to have a lot of local assistance for the therapist, however, when I really needed the assistance, it was not easy to get; the recruiter made a lot of promises that were in fact inaccurate, for example: stay at the same school for the whole year (was in fact only for a few months), get paid for all hours worked (only get paid for 7 1/2 hours per day no matter what you work), that they will call you to check in with you regarding problems (recruiter only called about 3 out of 5 times they told me they would call).
a lot of work available
dire situations, placed into sites in which there is great difficulties, do not follow up with actual assistance
Speech-language pathologist MS, CCC-SLP (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 22, 2015
EBS did a great job initially getting me set up to start my career. They offered a variety of options and my recruiter was incredibly helpful and always available to chat. I've been assigned 3 different people from HR during my time with EBS which has been tough because I felt like I had made a great connection the first time and felt hat each subsequent HR staff member was less helpful.
Occupational Therapist (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – February 25, 2015
I started with EBS as an entry-level therapist. I signed on with EBS as they provided with the opportunity to travel after school and work within the field of pediatrics. EBS provided consistent support throughout my hiring process, and continues to provide support. In DC, continuing ed courses are provided free through the district. The one thing that was difficult coming in as an entry-level therapist was/is having to be the only therapist at the site.