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Productivity and treating patients who are never appropriate they say they are different then other companies however be prepared to explain yourself for putting a R or W to the highest degree. Although this company states employee owned the only part of this company that makes money is the Pharmacy so if your a therapist you will never matter always replaceable.

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Take better care of your employees. For an employee owned company you treat the employees poorly, you don't give competitive pay, you don't give sufficient raises, you can't provide hours for your employees therefore they don't receive their benefits loosing out on earning vacation time. HR doesn't get back in a timely manner, you don't follow state laws for employment, you don't even attempt to fix problems that have been going on for over a year. Perhaps you need a few visits and meetings with your employees in the northeast district

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Stop claiming you're different then any other company by being an ESOP company trying to make employees continually drink this Koolaid is sad. You will continually be preached to about how you need to do concurrent minutes what percentage you are oh and if you like vacation and your facility isn't busy be ready to always use that vacation to supplement your income and if your a manager be ready to travel. Also with Symbria being much higher priced than any other rehab company always be prepared to have your contract lost.

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The therapy side never makes any money and rarely adds a building due to high cost unable to meet expectations in regards to biding lower so going forward I guess they will continually lose building and become to heavy reliant on the pharmacy portion. Also with PDPM coming in Oct it will hurt reimbursement even further on the therapy side making it unable to be sustainable.

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Averaging less than full time after being given full time contract.

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Symbria has a very good reputation. A lot of management and staff have been with the company a very long time.

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High paces, but all therapy companies are that way.

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I had a phone interview and then went in to meet with the manager and see where I'd be working. People I spoke with were friendly and helpful.

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Referral from a classmate.

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Happy to see my patients but frustrated with the company

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