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I decided to leave after two months due to poor equipment provided in rehab department and lack of training yet expected to fill out multiple reports which lowered productivity even though I served ywo bldgs and had to cram lunch down in 5 minutes or not eat at all. Got really sick working there and couldn't take off sick. Poor residents might have gotten sick. Nice rehab team though!

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The worst working experience in 20 years. Under paid and no appreciation for hard work. Problems with false information coming from the regional in regards to CMS. Unprofessional management.

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Give raises allow overtime...have communaction in facilities for those workers do to their jobs.

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This company will go far due to being only about the money. They are growing but are extremely unethical and will eventually get caught for their practices by Medicare.

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Not to my knowledge. i believe you needed to work but got time and a half.

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I was never interviewed, just offered the job and asked to start the week I applied.

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8 hours a day

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Constant PUSH to pick up Part B's for cognition $$ (despite no functional change in status), Change in productivity standards ebbs and flows with the census, unable to educate nursing staff despite many attempts to provide in-services with POOR support from Reliant management, just plain overall POOR management. BEWARE!

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All PTO, which includes any and all sick days, holidays, and time off. is only 2.5 weeks, and there are often not enough PRN therapists to cover PTO, so it's not approved. They also require 30 day notice for any PTO taken.

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Health benefits mainly

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