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8 hrs a day is my actual shift. There were and still are many times that I work up till 10 hrs a day when overtime is available which is something I always volunteer for.

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The corporate/executive level teams need to communicate better to the therapists that are actually treating and making the money. They claim to "promote within" and have plenty of opportunity for advancement...it doesn't seem to play out in real life. When they do interview an employee for a promotion, the only way the employee knows he didn't get it is when the mass email is sent congratulating the person that did. Morale killer!

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Meeting productivity standards, productivity is 100% it’s unrealistic, especially getting all the documentation done (daily notes, progress notes, recertifications, etc.). They push point of service which is understandable, but your are in someone’s home this really can take away from quality of care. Additionally, it’s a very physical therapy driven company, and I felt like there was very little “immediate” OT support.

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Zero sick days, use vacation PTO.

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Standard interview questions

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At the time I was hired, this was not necessary and to my knowledge it remains unnecessary.

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Human Resources contacted references, background check was performed. Once I was clear I received a call advising me of starting pay rate and day I start

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Travel required was excess compared to the pre-employment information.

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They are growing rapidly.

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