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The building we are contracted at is nice. Great people. RehabCare only cares about making money. Productivity is a joke. You have to account for every minute of your day. When you are billing you are productive. When you are not billing/when you are doing other work like, going to meetings, in between patients, speaking to nursing staff- brings your productivity down. And that is not acceptable.

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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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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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Annually, if given. Have gone 3 years without

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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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