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Caseload is 2 patients an hour which is manageable.
No one gets a raise. Including my former co-worker who was there for 10 years. PTO does not carry over and you are discouraged to use it. Corporate people are unfriendly and make decisions based only on numbers, not on patient experience or satisfaction. There is little incentive here to stay as there are few opportunities for advancement, low salaries, and no incentives for employees. There are no employee parties, holiday bonuses, or recognition.
Advice to Management
Pay your therapists better, give them incentives to stay.
I applied online. I interviewed at U.S. Physical Therapy (Houston, TX) in April 2015.
It was an interview with the supervisor and with the team, they were asking about the vision and mission of their company, training and certifications, experiences and they are very particular with their settings,