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Loved working at legacy. Loved it even more before the merger with drenk. After merging it became more of a stressful environment. Not because of the children but because of the lack of great staff being terminated for having that 3rd write up that could have been a verbal or the 2nd one before merger. And still have employees currently working that have had obvious reasons for termination. I loved the fact that I made a difference in someone's life that not just needed it, but appreciated it. Some work for money purposes. I was there for the love of the requirements. And I would go back at the drop of a dime.

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Advocacy, to be apart of a positive outcome in a negative beginning of a child who needs it.

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You recycle patients all the time. Month upon month. Yr after yr. You feel more like a kindergarten teacher doing all the events to drum up business than a therapist. I felt my brain died a little here. And the reports... And programs to use as excuse to pick people up..

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Building caseload in an ILF and staffing

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Training was intense and interview was hard to get. Once I had the interview, it was just like any other professional interview. As long as you be yourself you're good.

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Insurance is outrageous. 401k match doesn’t occur until you are vetted at 4/5 years. No one lasts 4/5 years here.

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Was told "minimum of 10 hours per week." This was achieved for only 6 months of pas 12 months being employed.

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PTO is based on hours worked per pay period.

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87 % productivity expectations. If you are on the clock you better be billing someone for what you are doing.

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