The culture is very mission-oriented: making a difference. It's fast paced, but easy to love what you do.
They do not practice Christian faith despite what they say. If you aren't liked you will be shunned.
Home-y and welcoming. Demanding and fast paced, yet rewarding.
Answered - Rehab Director (Current Employee) - Gainesville, FL
Punitive. We all feel like any one of us could get fired at any time.
It's an unethical work environment, so the most unethical therapists get the most praise. Forget having clinical judgement, the only thing that matters is achieving the highest RUG level possible. With unethical productivity standards and management shoving high RUG minutes down your throats, it forces therapists into tough decisions of standing their ground based on clinical judgment, or caving and billing for services that aren't necessary just to keep management happy. So you can imagine the type of therapists that end up sticking around with this company are the types that don't mind turning a blind eye to ethics.
Overall the facilities had good clinicians. It was just a lot of tension between management and employees which resulted in high turnover rate.
Answered - PRN Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) - Birmingham, AL