Select Rehabilitation
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Select Rehabilitation Employee Benefits

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Overall Benefits and Compensations

Benefits found on job postings

  • Retirement plan
  • Referral program
  • Paid time off
  • Health insurance
  • Employee assistance program

5 benefit categories

21 reviews about benefits at Select Rehabilitation


86% positive reviews

  • Health insurance
  • Prescription drug insurance

Health insurance

Benefits are pretty expensive for a single income earning household so I had to opt out which defeats the purpose of the full time position benefits. - view all

Physical Therapist Assistant - Texas - Dec 4, 2018

Prescription drug insurance

Hired for COTA position at SNF, 85% productivity expected, lack of good leadership at departmental and regional level, lack of training by company to prepare staff for working in special/behavior units, Company's HR department had difficulty in making sure insurance company was informed of new hires family being on employees policy and on prescription coverage, full time employees were told they would receive holiday pay, but when employees questioned why holiday pay was not on their check they were told they actually didn't get holiday pay, hard to reach productivity standards when computers can't get connected to software to complete daily notes when seeing patients, lack of good equipment to use with patients, expected to work with patients that didn't want to work, but yet told by DOR to get the minutes, company doesn't value its employees - view all

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant - Missouri - Jan 26, 2016

Details about Insurance

Health insurance (6 reviews)

83% of the reviews are positive

Prescription drug insurance (1 reviews)

100% of the reviews are positive


43% positive reviews

  • Paid time off
  • Paid jury duty

Paid time off

For paid time off you either had to flex your schedule and wait 2-3 months to get your vacation approved. - view all

Occupational Therapist - Port Charlotte, FL - May 28, 2019

Paid jury duty

PTO must be used for any appointments, sick days jury duty, you can build up quite a few hours but must be used for all and forced to use. - view all

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant - Pensacola, FL - Mar 9, 2019

Details about Leave

Paid time off (14 reviews)

43% of the reviews are positive

Paid jury duty (1 reviews)

100% of the reviews are positive

Flexibility at work

100% positive reviews

  • Flexible schedule

Flexible schedule

Productive and fun workplace, flexible schedule, amazing coworkers and the best rehab manager. - view all

Occupational Therapist - Wichita, KS - Feb 13, 2019

Details about Flexibility at work

Flexible schedule (1 reviews)

100% of the reviews are positive

Financial perks

0% positive reviews

  • Bonus pay

Bonus pay

Not to mention, they do not pay holiday pay nor a weekend rate. - view all

Physical Therapist Assistant - California - May 13, 2019

Details about Financial perks

Bonus pay (5 reviews)

0% of the reviews are positive


0% positive reviews

  • Retirement plan

Retirement plan

You pay for any insurance you want, the "401K" has no company match, you must earn every hour in your PTO (no sick time, holiday time, or overtime), you can only carry over 40 hours each year, no raises unless you threaten to quit, no holiday bonuses, you purchase your own uniforms, no money for continuing education. - view all

PT - Illinois - Jan 13, 2019

Details about Retirement

Retirement plan (3 reviews)

0% of the reviews are positive