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Varies depending on position. Hope you have a kind manager or the understaffed office can support you taking any consecutive days off in a row. In fact, you may be lucky that you can even get a day off. And its a use-it-or-lose-it kind of scenario with your vaca time.

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Trying to meet outrageous “quotas” for pt numbers a day - it is ridiculous and may cause me to leave after many years.

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It is a 30 minute commute not too bad

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There have been no raises of any kind for the past three years. We were told it was because insurance coverage increased and they didn't want employees to pay higher premiums. either way, cost of living increases should have been paid.

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Look for a new job. You will never get a cost of living raise. You will be used and worked to death especially if you are a clinician. While the management here lines their pockets with the blood and sweat of it's employees before they take it to the bank.

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They are unable to maintain experienced clinicians,
therefore, facilities will seek other behavioral health companies to contract.
As a result, the future for Med Options is limited.
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