Overall ONR is a pretty okay therapy company. Really they deserve 3 1/2 stars, not 4. We all know that no matter where we work it's all about productivity, productivity, productivity. ONR is no different. Working PRN I received a fairly decent hourly wage.
I did quit due to the lack of therapy equipment and supplies. It's hard to do one's best when - more ... there is little to use. Mostly this should fall on the DOR at the facility and the facility. On occasion I'd travel to other sites where the equipment and supplies were in better stock. That tells us that having poor material support is not wide ... - less
ProsDecent pay, flexible schedule
ConsLack of therapy equipment and supplies