Pros – The management does a great job of promoting from within and hiring young managers with innovative ideas. The hospital has been remodeled and is expanding. Lots of opportunities to make a difference.
Cons – The benefits package is sub par. It is so far under what other hospitals offer but they don't seem to mind losing all their best staff to Kaiser and Sutter.
Advice to Senior Management – Consider paying better salaries or at least providing more vacation time and a less expensive healthcare package.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – It's a job with a meager paycheck.
Cons – Bad Management. Bad Management. Bad Management.
Low moral among employee's.
Old, outdated equipment to work with.
Dirty, smelly, unsanitary conditions to work in.
Not enough staff for the workload.
Low, low, low pay for the amount of work expected from you.
Advice to Senior Management – Stop padding your own paychecks and spread the profit to your employee's. Tell them "Thanks" "Good job" "You're valued" instead of work more for less. Don't pick one bad thing to reprimand them instead of the 10 things they did right with no acknowledgement from you.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – The therapist is provided with one hour of time to treat a patient with complete freedom of treatment style. Staff is supportive of each other. There is scheduled documentation time and scheduled staff meetings and inservices. The therapy manager is objective, calm and fair minded. There is a large open gym and two private treatment rooms with closing doors--a third private room is available two days a week. Hand therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and wound care are available within the building complex and you can cross refer as appropriate as well as confer with these disciplines.
Cons – The treatment gym is very ugly and has antiquated equipment. It does project an atmosphere of healing. would benefit from an influx of beauty and feng shui.
If there is an schedule opening the therapist may be required to work in the associated hospital which is a very scary place servicing the sickest of the sick and the morbidly obese in very tiny rooms.
oh yes, and you have to clock in a time clock--even if you have your DPT--yes, doctor you must punch a clock. of course the MD's don't have to.
Advice to Senior Management – take away that time clock. it is an insult to education medical professionals and completely inappropriate. it sends a message that you think of the therapists as factory workers and do not appreciate their education and abilities.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Employees are some of the best and very caring.
Cons – Limited ability for advancement and low salaries.
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