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Poor upper management, unethical billing practices, unrealistic productivity expectations, NO RAISES OR INCENTIVES. Management makes lots of promises with the hiring process but after you hired every thing is forgotten. Very stressful work environment, therapists actually got sick working for this company, and received write up for taking off sick even with doctors excuse. This company does not care about the employees, they just want to use your license. Be aware.

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Most people in my area are not familiar with them which I am grateful for, Reliant is the worst and the most unethical and mismanaged company I ever worked for, I am glad I didn't stay with them too long.

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Be ethical, follow the laws and treat your therapists with respect they deserve, don't play games with salaries, and regional managers should listen to the local therapists who know their facility and patients

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Surprised they are still in business.

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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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Pray at the start of your day.Build leadership skills.motivate and encourage people share ur profits with the employees

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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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