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Low hourly pay rate and low annual pay increases regardless that your centers NPR scores are fantastic. Current employee in PA.

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Hostile work environment initiated and propelled by the center manager. I’ve never seen a turn over rate like this and again it is all due to one person- center manager. 17 people since June 2017. Each one was due to hostile work environment, her picking favorites and her nepotism for them. Unethical behavior and unprofessional actions

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Poor management. They treat you like trash

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Pay is the absolute worst for FOA’s.

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Poor management and training unprofessional co workers team from clinic to higher management and medical directors poorly run clinics under staffed managers not having any medical experience.

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I don't really know of a reason I just started working at ME and I love it I just wish I could get 40 hours in a week but leave? No way.

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I would give my 2 weeks; and professionally finish my time.

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Management is horrid, you have to find your own coverage, often than not there is only one provider which is more commonly becoming nurse practitioners who have to make patients wait for call backs from their MD on call if they have questions and must make patients who get xrays wait for them to be read, you are their 12.5 hours with no uninterrupted lunch and corporate is constantly changing the rules.

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Providers can no longer make schedules - it is done centrally and overseen by a PA that is out of touch, not clinically practicing. Same mistake made a few years back and it was disasterous.

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Definitely Management!!

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