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Updated May 15, 2014

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4.2 4 reviews

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David Alexander

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75% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Great Place To Work

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsProCare is the best place I've ever worked. I actually look forward to going to work each day because I like the people I work with and what I do.

    The earning potential is high and benefits are good.

    ConsThe expectations of the managers can be a little intimidating at the the beginning. 75 calls in a day is definitely challenging.

    Advice to Senior ManagementKeep doing what you're doing.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Tough Work Environment, Great Coworkers

    Director of Educational Resources (Current Employee)

    ProsHealth insurance
    Filtered water
    Clean bathrooms
    Great coworkers
    Wonderful receptionist

    ConsTop-down aggressive management style has workers on-edge
    Quick company growth has shifted ProCare from a small business with a family feel to an extremely "old school" corporate organization
    Management is reactionary and lower management has trouble communicating these ever-shifting tactics
    Individual sales goals are not realistic
    Turnover rate is extremely high, and instead of addressing internal issues, management continues to hire more people, "churn and burn" mentality
    Commission rates are very low
    Contradictory orders/tactics from management
    The answer to any discontent with processes, management, questions is "Be positive and smile" which does not answer the question.
    Sales quotas are not mandated or communicated until someone feels as though you are not hitting them
    Secret meetings, firings, and new changes to the organization have the rumor mill running wild

    Advice to Senior ManagementProCare employs many excellent recruiters, and most of them are extremely intelligent. They might have good ideas for how to run the division--it might also help for them to feel as though they have a stake in the company. Something's not working in the division, and it will need to be fixed sooner or later.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Very positive experience as a contract SLP!

    School Speech-Language Pathologist (Current Employee) Orofino, ID

    ProsMy direct contact at ProCare (one of the Educational Resource Directors) has been a breeze to work with from the start: straightforward, fair, professional, warm. If she says she will do something, she does. She has interceded as needed with my supervisor in the school district when that person attempted to add duties not originally specified during the interview/hiring process, and that was worked out calmly and professionally (and the extra duties were not in the end added to my workload!). A good balance of being there when needed but not micromanaging. Pay has been like clockwork--never a snag, and they have a very user-friendly online timesheet that you enter your time into at the end of the week.

    Given that I've now done two contracts with ProCare, I can attest that my initial impression was not a fluke. It's been very nice working with this company!

    ConsThe only cons are those related to all contract work (no guarantee that a contract will be renewed, etc.).

    Advice to Senior ManagementI'd love to see the resources for therapists grow--perhaps evidence-based practice briefs? Databases of digital and printable therapeutic materials? Monthly or quarterly phone staff meetings with contract therapists of the same discipline so they can get to know one another and tackle a practice-related topic? All of these would be welcome additions to an already good company.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    ProCare rocks!

    Director of Educational Resources (Current Employee) Skokie, IL

    ProsI love working for ProCare. We have a close group that cares about serving children, schools and our therapists. At the end of the day, I feel great about the work I do.

    ConsThere's not a lot of room for advancement within the company. It's a very flat organization with two levels: management and educational resource directors.

    Advice to Senior ManagementKeep doing what you are doing. The vibe and energy at ProCare is inspiring. It's nice to know that the company still has it's small company/family feel.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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