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Even though my experience working for Kindred/Rehabcare was subpar, I understand where you are coming from: This is an opportunity.

For the interview, be enthusiastic and be prepared to talk about your experience. You are most likely applying for a job at a SNF so know you're stuff (common conditions/diagnosis, patient demographics, treatment plans). Dress Business professional (blazer/dress pants). Remember, they WANT to hire someone. They aren't looking to badger you. Be relaxed and positive and you'll do fine.

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Stressful, corporate is only concern about money not employees or patients. The training for new employees is basically nonexistent, it consists of employees trying to figure out how to do things. Seems like new job duties are constantly being added every week. I was hired for part time work but am working full time hours with no benefits. In the time that I have worked for this company I have never heard upper management say anything positive to us....it’s always how we can do more.

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It may vary by region and line of business. In my area, there is “part time no benefits” which is 16-23 hours per week and “part time some benefits” which is 24-29 hours per week and you get minimal benefits (specifically I think you accrue PTO and get reimbursement for continuing education, but no health/dental).

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You must complete a urine/drug test prior to being hired.

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Not at the time I worked there

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Healthcare and dental

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Easy interviews. phone interview with recruiter. in-person interview with DOR. online paperwork submitted. drug screen.

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Good flexibility

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About 3 weeks.
Submitted my resume and got a call from a recruiter the first week. Recruiter verifies you have a license to practice in your state.
Second week, Therapy director called me to set up an interview.
Third week, I was offered the job.

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Every person in the corporate office setting who creates policies and expectations should spend one week per year in the trenches! I think refreshing their perspective on challenges and obstacles that staff therapists encounter daily would be really eye-opening.

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