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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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Don’t go!!! All employees are hired for “full” or “part” time, but everyone is treated like a PRN. They expect you to come in when patients are available, be at least 80-85% productive and leave when you have seen your patients. They also want your tx time short and patients to be placed on restorative care with a Rehab tech performing what a licensed therapist should be doing. This with little regard to patient safety and overall quality care from a licensed therapist trained to monitor, observe and provide skilled knowledge to appropriately respond and address any patient issues! If you value your license and professional integrity do not work for Rehab Care now! It is all about money with no care for the patient! The facility I worked at and I and sure it is the same with all the agreements with Kindred and Rehab Care it that they are paid by the number of patients in the hospital. This means they profit more with less licensed therapist intervention with the patients with no incentive to direct patient care because that would mean they would have to pay therapist for their skilled knowledge and time and there would be less money in their pocket!!! At one time RehabCare was a good company to work for but now they are greedy and are willing to cut corners anyway they can to make a dollar!!!

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

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I am unsure of this it has been a while since I was employed there.

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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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1-2 week hiring process. multiple drug tests, phone + in person interview.

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Poor. Eventually their unethical and uncaring practices towards both employees and patients will catch up to them.

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