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Very fast pace- run patients thru the office way too fast! Basically a cattle call! Amputees need more time than is allowed! Corporate does not care about the patients in the clinics! I worked at both! I could go on and on!

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One-on-one with some sort of a shop floor manager
Extremely friendly and knowledgeable very nice man answered all my questions and took me for a very informative tour of the shop
A good experience

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Make the patients priority! They are the ones that pay the bills. The Corporate office and the clinics need to work closer together as a team. Corporate doesn’t understand the clinic/patient side of the business and vise versa! Do not talk to anymore about what you think- or you will be fired! Word gets around! Don’t trust anyone!

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Make sure you are on top of everything. Do not give anyone room to ask your for anything. Everything needs to be as soon as its tasked to you. Be organized, not just for yourself, but also the clinicians.

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I wouldn’t go there for anything.

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My mother actually works for this company and I'm so grateful for this experience this was a great work place.

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Typical hiring process. anywhere from 1 week to 3 weeks.

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They drug test when you first get the job, but never after that.

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What employee orientation? You sit with someone for a few days and then you are on your own.

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They don't really

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