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!
More involvement with RD and SRD in therapists day to day and facilities to improve relationships.
Answered - Physical Therapist (Current Employee) - Southeeastern, CT
1. Don't rave about how well Fox is doing if your employees aren't going to reap from the harvest. Pay your employees more for their hard work. You can't ask people to go above and beyond when they can't even live off of the pay. Instead of higher-ups/clinicians running, $1500 dollar tabs at bars, how about put that towards something for us?
2. Revisit not treating Camden, Newark, and any other "urban" area that you don't treat. If people need in-home therapy and are covered by insurance , it shouldn't matter where they live.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Cherry Hill, NJ
When you become a new employee you have to wait an entire month before getting your first paycheck, that is extremely difficult when you have a family to support or have bills to pay.
Answered - Medicare AR Specialist (Former Employee) - Cherry Hill, NJ