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9 Hours per day 4 days per week. 1 4 hour day.

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Promote from within in ALL positions. Not just PT's that come out of the Cool Springs Clinic. Pay attention to Clinicians needs to slow down turn over rate + Prevent burnout. Treat your PTA's like actual clinicians and not janitors / techs.

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No sick time.

I;ve been with the company for 17 Months. I Accrue 4.92 Hours of PTO Every 2 weeks.

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Crazy. Results uses fancy words to make it sound like they care more about Patient care than they do Profits. Don't be fooled. Results is owned by Businessmen. And that's how this company is run. Like a business. Profit is #1 Always.

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People will tire of being low-balled just to get in-house training.

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I'm tired of being a Tech/PSS/Janitor. I went to school to be a Clinician, and I'm not treated like one at all. Seeing 90-100 Patients in a 40 hour week is also not desirable and stressful. Been Burned out for months. Over it already, but Not going to leave for another Corporate Box Office that's all the same stuff.

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Each clinic varies but there are a few early days a week (7-4) and a couple of late days a week (9:30-6:30).

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About 2wks having to wait on the drug and background check.

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Literally like living an episode of Mean Girls. If you were not pretty, skinny and came from wealth, you were treated sub par. Always a sense of dread to go to work.

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