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74 questions about working at Select Rehabilitation
High PTO rate accrual, approx similar to Good Samaritan imo
Answered July 30, 2020
Pay your hourly employees for the hours worked, not based on productivity. Get in compliance with the FLSA.
Answered December 7, 2018
You only work if you have a good caseload. If you don’t have many people on your caseload then you don’t work much. No set hours, client based.
Answered September 20, 2019
You have to use PTO. If you’re out more than 3 days you have to get a fitness to work signed off by doctor
Answered June 26, 2017
If you’re a program manager you’ll be working on your PTO days, so in my opinion that’s zero PTO.
Answered July 16, 2017
Program managers can be PT, PTA, OT, COTA, and SLP.
Answered July 17, 2018
Select could care less about employee turnover. They do not value their employees no matter how great they are.
Answered January 19, 2017
Health, dental, STD, LTD, life insurance. DO NOT ENROLL early by mistake. Even though their system allowed me to enroll 5 days early, all of my benefits were taken away and I’m paying $500/month for Medicaid.
Answered January 15, 2017
They will provide you with zero PPE. Be all in your business about your productivity and tell you it’s your fault for catching Covid while they have you working on the Covid unit. Ridiculous rules, prn’s and full time employees had to agree to work with one building only with Select and no other buildings. We lost a majority of our prn staff and full time employees weren’t able to keep up with their financial responsibilities due to not being allowed to work their regular prn jobs.
Answered May 5, 2021
As a program manager you will work 7 days a week 365 days a year even though you’re paid hourly. Must be present in facility by 8:30 am and stay until 4:30 as well as 10 to 30 hours of remote work each week that you’re not compensated for. Therapists schedules are more flexible.
Answered July 30, 2020
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