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Be careful.. It's not worth the stress and low pay.

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Management shows favoritism. Therapist will on the sly try to push more work on other therapist.

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Don't apply here bad company bad managers

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Be very careful! Make sure that sometimes you can deal with a very slow pace, as well as an all the sudden crazy pace. Make sure you are doing your soap notes correctly. Otherwise, after your probationary period you will be fired. I disclosed the fact that I had a learning disability; I was having a tough time. It just takes me a little longer than everyone else, but once I get it, I get. My disclosing I have a documented learning disability made no difference. I was fired anyway. They are an “at will” employer. If they feel like it isn’t working out they will let you go during your probationary period so that the health they state you can have; you don’t get anyway because you don’t get the health insurance until after your probationary period, At the location I worked at, it was mandatory that everyone took a turn supervising the exercise room. We had scheduled shifts to do that. I was the only one that watched the exercise room. The other therapists only went in and out of the patients rooms. One day, it just so happened that all the therapists were in the rooms with the patients, and I was watching the exercise room that was mandated, as no one else wanted to. There was one room apparently where the patient was left way too long in the patient room without getting her next treatment. There is a timer, but I had my back to the patient rooms and was turned towards the patients exercising. She was left too long, but the only person she sees is me as I was doing what I was supposed to do, and facing the people exercising; watching them. All of the other therapists just kept going in and out of the patients rooms. I got pinned as neglecting her, when really no one wanted to help watch the people exercising, and I would not just leave them. If someone tells me to do something, I do it. I am a very ethical person. I didn’t really want to yell either, as I thought that would be very unprofessional.So, Path Medical pinned that clients dissatisfaction all on me, and not on any of the other therapists that were seeing patients in and out of the rooms. I thought this was very unfair of them, and somewhat incompetent as they did not see the whole situation, and blamed someone who was actually just trying to do her job. What if something just happened to happen to the people exercising, when I left them, and was the only one watching them! Not only would that have been on my conscience, but I believe it would have been the wrong thing to do. Path Medical could be a good company, but they need to find a way to be more consistent, and fair to everyone otherwise eventually someone gets hurt in one way or another.

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Be clear about how much you want to earn and BALLANCE that with down time.
Be clear about the shift you will work.
Negotiate, your in the driver's seat.

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Turn around and leave before they offer you 12 an hour...and make u work for 2 people.

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Looks like it is worth looking at the reviews and the positive ones with some skepticism as to their truthfulness

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Willing to lear

Answered - RCA (Former Employee) - Miami, FL

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