RehabCare Employee Reviews about "good benefits"
Updated Jul 16, 2020
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I was offered a job at Kaiser for on call and a job at city of hope full time for $1 less. I’m conflicted on which job to choose. Which hospital would offer me better opportunities in the future and which would be the better choice overall? I appreciate any input.
I'm an RT with 2 years of experience and I have no motivation to continue as an RT. What career path can I take that doesn't require much schooling but pays well and allows me to work a consistent schedule with weekends off and preferably work from home?
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Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
- "Good benefits but hard to find answers about non" (in 34 reviews)
- "The pay is good, but it's not worth the constant stress that the higher ups force on the employers." (in 31 reviews)
- "Coworkers that I worked with for 10 years were great" (in 26 reviews)
- "Paid continuing education, flexible schedule" (in 17 reviews)
- "Great people to work with" (in 14 reviews)
- "Upper management is busy attending meetings, good a phone calls but delayed and fruitless on site meetings." (in 28 reviews)
- "Awful management and unethical practices encouraged for company profit" (in 28 reviews)
- "No raises, bonuses or additional compensation for those willing to work on COVID unit." (in 20 reviews)
- "no training, lots of driving" (in 13 reviews)
- "A regional manager once sat with me and told me how she thought the current boss was sucking at her job and told me a bunch of this persons personal business." (in 13 reviews)
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- Former Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
TherapyOct 14, 2017 - Physical Therapist in Cal-Ida, CARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Basically good benefits as compared to most companies. Staff was friendly. Buildings were nice I worked in. Manager was ok but never did my orientation.
They hire you full time then there is no caseload for you to treat. They have you pick up inappropriate patients when caseload is low and keep other patients too long. Documentation system never worked in the buildings I was in. Turnover rate very high!!!!Continue reading
Thank you for reaching out to let us know your experience. Would you be willing to talk with our team? The impact of sharing your concerns is crucial to the future experience of other employees. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can call our compliance hotline at 1-800-359-7412 if you prefer to remain anonymous. Thank you, Joy S, Manager, Kindred Healthcare
- Former Employee★★★★★
Poor communicationSep 26, 2020 - Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant in Los Angeles, CARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
The benefits were fair and I had an adequate work life balance
401k benefits weren’t very good. Also, there was very poor communication between upper management and the employees had a lack of direction from the program directors.
- Current Employee★★★★★
Productivity Standards Unreasonable with No Program DevelopmentAug 28, 2010 - Speech-Language Pathologist in San Antonio, TXRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
I like that they respect my decisions re: who is and IS NOT appropriate for speech therapy. I don't have pressure to pick up inappropriate therapy candidates or pressure to see patients for too many therapy minutes.
There is a huge CON. They are very productivity driven. The expectation is 90% or above. I have a full-time position at a nursing facility but my caseload fluctuates greatly. So if my caseload drops to 25 hours of work for example, I am expected to leave the building pronto when I am finished. So for me, it's really more like a PRN job. Good thing I don't use their insurance benefits. The area managers are so fixated on productivity that my boss hears about it the NEXT DAY when my productivity is 'low'. There have been days when my caseload was low and I stayed in the building for about 4 hours. The next day, my manager will get an email message that says something along the lines of 'I see that her productivity was only 81% yesterday. She needs to get this up to 90%.' There's no concern for the fact that I only worked half a day even though I'm a full-time employee. Because of their practices, there is no program development that goes on in the building. That would be UNproductive.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
Good overall.Sep 2, 2020 - Physical Therapist Assistant in Austin, TXRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Secure hours. I had a great DOR and Area Director. Good CEU benefit. Competitive Pay.
No PTO for part time.Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Not badAug 22, 2019 - Speech Language Pathologist in Naperville, ILRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Good benefits with health care
depends on DOR for PTO
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- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
Program DirectorJul 2, 2015 - Program Director - Occupational TherapistRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Loved the facilities I worked at. Good ability to cover other buildings if census is low to make sure you get your hours. Good communication with management
Benefits weren't as good after Kindred took over. Not a lot of equipment. Lots of new D.O.s over a few years with new goals each time
- Current Contractor, less than 1 year★★★★★
Much better than being unemployedSep 24, 2014 - PRN Physical Therapist Assistant in Austin, TXRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Almost everyone is friendly. This company has treated me better than any company I worked for since I became a PTA. This company seems more fair and ethical than most of the companies I worked for as a PTA. The nursing home employees get along better with the RehabCare employees than I have seen when a different rehab company was providing the rehab workers at a nursing home.
Census level changes quickly and often. Since I am PRN that means many of my shifts are cancelled or cut short. There is usually not much notice. The locations that need my help tend to be 10-22 miles from home. Occasionally I work at some farther than that. The company is disorganized. There are many error in the programs on our iPads and delays in getting certain types of pay on our paychecks. I do trust the company to try to correct these errors. We are paid only twice a month. The company is overly concerned with productivity. The employees who have benefits say they are not good.Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 10 years★★★★★
Occupational therapyAug 13, 2018 - Occpational Therapist/Program DirectorRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
This company offers good benefits. Teammates are great
No management support, no career growth. Haven't had raises for years
- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Poor pay, unrealistic expectationsOct 15, 2015 - Anonymous Employee in Rochester, MNRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Good benefits but hard to find answers about non-medical elective benefits such as PTO, CEU re-reimbursement.
Generic productivity goals. All therapists are to provide same productivity regardless of setting. Micromanagement by higher level managers who create more unproductive work to bring up productivity. Enforce uniform requires that are unpopular with facility, staff, and clients. Low pay, few raises that don't keep up with cost of living. Billable hours is the only thing that counts, quality of care rarely discussed anymore which is a change from when I first started with the company.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Not a good company to work for period. Greedy and disgusting come to mind. No star rating.Sep 6, 2016 - Occupational Therapist in Liberty Lake, WARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
None, none, none and none. Co workers and the poor, poor, poor pts and that's it folks. There really are no company pros honestly except for the hard working employees and the patients.
The cons u are squished in a tiny, tiny, tiny room with 8 other therapists plus an aide or two. No comforts allowed. You bearly fit in this sweat lodge and everyone is miserable and infighting is at its worst The biggest unethical company that treats employees like slaves, patients as meal tickets, no updated equipment everything is broke, no wound care equip for patients. High level acuity patients with 1 cg and 1 nurse to 20 patients. You need help with a patient forget it, you'll not find one cause if and when they get a break they hide. Don't blame em. Oh and breaks zero. They do not provide therapists with a break. All documentation is from the dinosaur days on iPads that clock you down to the minute. So if you end up using the bathroom you must explain why there is 'down time'. I've seen other writings exactly like this and they give 3 stars?? Are you kidding me???? The sorriest situation of this is the patients. They get no say in their care. My advice to people who stay here is know your rights. You have a right to refuse and if they kick you out???Lucky you. Evaluations are documented on patients dime. They keep med A patients until their money runs out once med b they could care less unless wait, unless they are slow. Then they'll take these poor souls down to rehab some unconscious mind you and make them work.by God. They need the money. Oh and the benefits? This company will reel you in with lies. Then they start taking time off away. Good luck finding out about health benefits cause they hide it too. And when you do find out? It ain't pretty. You'll pay a high premium for catastrophic insurance and if you get ill to make up for it no you can't use PTO time cause by the time you understand what's up they've taken it away so lucky you, you get to work the weekend to make it up. Burn out city!!! All this for a graduate degree.?? This is not rated even at one star. And if you continue to read repeats of this over and over again chances are it's reliable. Oh and the lawsuit in 2016 wasn't for chump change it was for 125 million dollars people. If they don't care about paying that. Why I ask would they listen to you???Continue reading
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