Very detail oriented but does not respect long term service as much as it should
Support from management
I myself was very well supported by the CEO
Was disjointed at times
Freedom to work independently
Was able to operate freely and be creative.
Strong internal communication
Female dominated but no discrimination
Attitude towards older colleagues
People over the past few years have been eliminated or marginalized as the organization transitions.
They talk about development but only a handful truly benefited.
Overall compensation for your work
I would say fairly, but was passed over for opportunities for no true reason.
Office / Work Environment
My department was extremely difficult to work in. Lots of dysfunctional personalities. Had good relationships outside the department.
Very lovely campus.
I myself had a good balance but many others spent far too many hours working with no guarantees that this would benefit them over time.
Very corporate obsessed with growth but now at the expense of overall quality. What was once the premier rehab facility now has noticeably declined.
I came to realize that it did not matter what you did or how well you had been previously viewed, but when your time came you would easily be eliminated without a second thought.
Extreme attention to this.
Good focus of safety in the environment.
Was a very easy job for me compared to others I have had. People thought I didn't work that hard when in reality it wasn't required in order to accomplish what I was doing.
Inclusive / Diverse
Suggestions for improvement
- They need to more closely examine how to deal with veteran employees when the winds shift. Offering them other opportunities is better than unceremoniously moving them out.
What I like about the company
Very nice place to work. Good, dedicated people
What I dislike about the company
Many good and dedicated people have been discarded as the company expands. Loss of quality is very noticeable.