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10 days ago

Occupational Therapist (OT), Home Health

National Church Residences Columbus, OH

Chapter 4755. * Screening of residents of the facility are as follows: New/Re-admission facility residents: Within 24 hours of admission Long term… Beyond.com


10 days ago

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA), Outpatient Facility

National Church Residences Columbus, OH

* Treatment of residents who demonstrate disorders or neurological deficit, weakness, and paralysis. Treatment will only be conducted in accordance… Beyond.com


21 days ago

Occupational Therapist

National Church Residences Columbus, OH

• Evaluation and treatment of residents who demonstrate disorders or neurological deficit, weakness, and paralysis. Evaluation and treatment will… Glassdoor


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    Not enough guidance, empowerment or trust of new hires or longterm loyal staff.

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at National Church Residences

    Pros

    Nice location of building, management will focus on new issues behind closed doors thus taking focus off of micromanaging and disrespecting you when new hires or unimportant issues arise, allowing moments of not bothering you.

    Cons

    Not trusting expertise of hires, favoring certain discipline and others not all, lack if management education or professional role modeling from HR.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat all, long-term and new hires equally with respect. Learn to lead and trust, not tell and micromanage.