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Good place to work
Unit Secretary (Current Employee) –  Warren, OHOctober 12, 2018
Vibra is a great place to work, Just the hourly needs to be more and the staff can be nice. Communication needs to be better towards all staff members
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would not recommend
Medicare Representative (Former Employee) –  Fresno, CAOctober 10, 2018
Although the pay is great, it doesn't take away the fact that management is horrible, it's micro micro managed. All the blame is place on employees, even though managers know about a situation. It's favortism at it's finest. The turnover rate is insane.
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No support
RN (Current Employee) –  Boise, IDOctober 7, 2018
ratios don't sound bad until you realize how much care your patients need. There is no support from management or administration. There has been so much turnover that most of the staff has not been properly trained and has worked there less than 6 months. Half of the staff on most nights are either agency or traveler nurses.
Pros
oppertunity to teach yourself a lot.
Cons
everything else....
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5.0
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enjoyed working at vibra
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) –  thorton coOctober 5, 2018
I liked my job and coworkers, benefits good, No employer has since matched my hourly rate. coworkers, DON all worked as team. patient care and staff ratios good. LTACs are great learning enviroments..
Pros
coworkers had your back
Cons
new management
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3.0
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Excellent place to learn the ropes, but...
Staff, Registered Nurse (Former Employee) –  Portland, OROctober 4, 2018
Great co-workers and supervisors; excellent place to learn the ropes; not an organization to stay with long-term. Upper level management is reactionary and hierarchical providing little communication; low employee engagement. Trainings are often cancelled. Turn over is high in both staff and leadership.
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Management & pharmacy need more training
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Current Employee) –  Springfield, ILSeptember 28, 2018
Nursing staff is great! Management & pharmacy has a lack of communication & unorganized. Unappreciated by management & they don't show any concern for employees ideas or nursing staff being worked short. If you accumulate any pto guess what? Your going to be using it when you get censused quite a bit. Also its self scheduling but they make rules up as they go along. Vibra can't keep staff over worked & unfair to the patients. Forget about bonuses
Pros
Employees & patients
Cons
Management & pharmacists
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Do not work here!
CNA (Former Employee) –  MassachusettsSeptember 27, 2018
No loyalty to long term employees over agency workers. CNA's given up to 20 patients to care for on a shift. Staff is exhausted, Supervisors are useless.
Pros
None
Cons
understaffed, poorly managed
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4.0
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Great and growing company
Director of Facilities Safety Officer, EVS (Former Employee) –  DeSoto, TXSeptember 18, 2018
Worked for Vibra for 13 years and enjoyed it. A great company to work for and grow with. Great leadership and team building among leaders and employees.
Pros
flexible schedule family environment
Cons
Small Facility with little opportunity to move up
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Bullying and poor management
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) –  Detroit, MISeptember 18, 2018
Very disappointed with the way the RT department was run. Turnover rate high and nothing you did was good enough. My advise is dont work for Vibra SE michigan, unless you like numerous texts and told how inadequate you are as an RT. You are much better to work for one of the many agency's because they pay respiratory therapists top wages for contract work.
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Benefits
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Every thing else
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Would never recommend
nurse (Former Employee) –  Boardman, OHSeptember 11, 2018
The upper management can care less even when you bring it to their attention, they try to write you up for anything and everything. The co workers were mean and talked about everyone. God forbid you point out something wrong and try to make it right! If the nurses have it out for you, your done. If you go to management your done! Either way your done! As of recently, upper management is gone! I wonder why? TO BE CONTINUED!
Pros
Nothing
Cons
Everything
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Good Luck
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Redding, CASeptember 5, 2018
You will enjoy your time for such a short period. They will offer you overtime rather then hire and ensure happiness. There is no advancement and you will quickly learn that there are better paying jobs that will not abuse you.
Pros
no uniforms
Cons
the management sucks, they don't stick around so why should you.
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3.0
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Business office moved to California
BILLING SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) –  KYSeptember 4, 2018
The management was in California and was very micro managing. No room to make decisions on our own without the management being involved.

Nice office, good benefits
Pros
Good benefits
Cons
Management
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Alot of potential
RN floor staff, LTAC (Former Employee) –  Boardman, OHAugust 25, 2018
Upper management needs actual management skills. Agency contracts are promised no weekends, no cancellations, etc, when the same benefits aren't offered to staff. This results in PTO being used up to cover low census cancellations. Management purposely overstaffs to cover call offs, so you're never actually sure you're working until 2 hours before your shift. That interferes drastically with planning family events, child caregivers, and managing finances and is an abusive practice. The facility basically makes you on-call staff but they don't have to pay you on-call pay. The environment is punitive; they beg you through the door with a huge hiring bonus and then nitpick everything you do. Management has serious lack of management ability and gauges it's effectiveness on number of write ups rather than improved outcomes. Some charge nurses are better at managing people than upper management while some behave like "mean girls" to the point they would put a patient at risk to demoralize and dismiss an employee they don't particularly like. There's no policy on how assignments are to be distributed, and sometimes RNs carry a huge amount of the workload, while other times LPNs are assigned 5 more patients than RNs. Their attempt at team nursing is an excuse to cut staffing budget and nobody knows or cares to learn how to do it effectively. There are some really bright staff here, but unfortunately theyre suggestions aren't taken into consideration. Culture problems in a workplace always stem from poor management. Most shifts are dominated by agency staff because they have no interest  more... in retaining employees, while management proudly announces they will be cutting all agency staff. Not smart considering the cost that goes into hiring and training. Shifts often operate with no assigned charge nurse, which is a very dangerous practice. This place is in desperate need of someone who actually knows how to run a business. Employee retention should be the first measure of quality management...after all, people don't leave jobs, they leave managers.  less
Pros
Decent pay
Cons
Everything else
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3.0
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Fairly reasonable pay
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) –  Crown Point, INAugust 23, 2018
A typical 12 hour shift consist of receiving your patient assignment.
Doing bedside rounds to assess your clients; Review physician orders, administer medications/ tube feedings, address wounds if any, prepare and set up Infusion therapies for following shift, restock supplies and documentation; To be a successful RN you must be well organized, task oriented, have good communication skills with patient, family and team members or one may easily become overwhelmed in such a high paced, acute care setting.
Pros
Good pay, 12 hour shifts, self scheduling, Pto, 401K
Cons
Nepotism, insufficient leadership, staffing issues
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Trouble company to work for
Revenue Cycle Rep (Former Employee) –  Irving, TXAugust 15, 2018
This company is not a good company to work... don't listen to employee armed management is messes.so I would not refer no one to this company. Very bad place to work.
Pros
None
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Everything
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not a bad place to work
RN (Former Employee) –  ltac- amarillo txAugust 12, 2018
I like it overall. I just got tired of working night shift and a new opportunity came along and I tried it. It had good people and I enjoyed my co-workers.
Cons
night shift
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Difficult workplace culture
Receptionist (Former Employee) –  DeSoto, TXAugust 8, 2018
Local management hard to work with. Worked late hours. Constant criticism. No work life balance. Rarely bonus due to hospital overall revenue. Repetitive complaints from patients.
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POOR Management
House Supervisor/Hospital Educator (Current Employee) –  Richardson, TXAugust 8, 2018
All upper management are MICRO MANAGERS. They do not encourage staff. Management do not appreciate staff. There is a poor team work culture within the staff.
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Clinical nures liaison
Clinical Nurse Liaison (Current Employee) –  Columbia, SCAugust 5, 2018
Receive referrals daily, review, and assess at bedside, then document. Market Vibra hospital to other hospitals. Learned to prioritize time and set goals. Management is very supportive. Workplace culture is supportive, work within different hospitals obtaining referrals. Hardest part of job is being denied referrals. Most enjoyable is helping patients and family members get the care they deserve.
Pros
flexible schedule
Cons
no office to work out of.
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Great place to work, not the greatest career option.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) –  Springfield, ILAugust 3, 2018
Poor management in the area of Maintenance. Professional but not to the standard of employee moral. Poor scheduling in the operations department. I enjoyed working with some really great people who were all about TEAM unlike the management. The pay was decent, a great job but not alot of room to advance into a great career.
Pros
Team Centered Workplace
Cons
Poor management
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