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Barbara V. Wilson
I worked at Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers full-time for more than a year
Pros – There's not much chance of being laid off, they're always looking for people, the job is paid well for the work, it's rewarding to work with people who need your help, they listen to requests to move houses if need be.
Cons – No real chance for upward mobility, inflexibility in hours and scheduling (at least at the house I was in), upper management did not listen to the voices of the rehab assistants in the houses
Advice to Senior Management – Pay more attention to the requests, advice, and words of wisdom from the rehabilitation assistants, who are in the houses working directly and closely with the clients.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2013-05-09 09:36 PDT
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I worked at Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers full-time for more than 3 years
Pros – It's rewarding. Scheduling is very flexible. Salaries and salary increases are significant compared to similar companies. Company is generous with holiday party and summer picnic. Extremely generous 401k matching. Good benefit program.
Cons – Rehabilitation assistants are extremely under appreciated by upper management. Entry level staff's opinions are not asked for nor valuable. They work the frontlines, so to speak, and should play an important role in certain circumstances.
Advice to Senior Management – Value your RAs and respect their opinions.
2012-08-22 13:58 PDT
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I have been working at Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers
Pros – the company works around your school schedule or your able to work strictly weekends and concentrate on college during the week.
depending on your assignment you may be attending to a patient for 8 hours to include cooking, cleaning, and helping them with daily activities.
or driving patients to appointments
Cons – no shift differential pay for working afternoons, midnights or weekends!!!
very low pay even if you have a degree
Advice to Senior Management – if you want to keep good staff and continue to receive quality applicants provide better pay that's in line with inflation expenses and provide "shift differential" for personal on afternoons, nights and weekends or your company will continue to be a revolving door for workers
2011-08-20 01:29 PDT
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