Not a great company, but not the worst company. Policy seems to be made up to cover corporate behinds as problems happen, without true proactive thoughts to how the therapy business has to be conducted. There isn't a therapy company out there that isn't about the bottom line, so don't fool yourself into thinking that there is. However, Halcyon doesn't take time to really invest into their employees in meaningful ways from the top down. Each facility has autonomy to do that from the rehab directors, but there seems to be a lot of turnover in those positions, so there is no real consistency.
decent pay, decent work/life balance
Corporate is not interested in employees, CYA policy making