- 4.0Dec 14, 2021
Interesting Work and Great ColleaguesAnonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, less than 1 year
I worked there in 2017 and at the time, the company made a great effort to ensure employees felt like a part of a team. Good work-life balance and interesting, meaningful work with room to move around the company based on interests.
Not too many cons, that I can think of.WebPT Response2y
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- 5.0Sept 5, 2023ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsPhoenix, AZ
Work-life balance, communication from top down, culture.
Leadership changes are happening right now in a season of change. I'm looking forward to a new normal.
- 2.0Sept 25, 2023Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
Remote, autonomy (depending on your manager), flexible and unlimited PTO (also depending on who your manager is). The benefits package (not including salary/pay) is competitive. Management is approachable and understanding for the most part.
This is a highly dysfunctional organization with leadership that is out of touch and oblivious (or ignorant?) to the dysfunction that trickles down daily to its members (the customers). This dysfunction often costs the members significant sums of money, which is discouraging to see regularly. WebPT employees are spread incredibly thin with increasing responsibilities but no standardized processes or control to make an efficient impact. The products are often significantly flawed and leadership continues to spread the development team thin by chasing features other EMRs have, instead of stabilizing and improving WebPT's current products. Pay is low and there are few upward mobility options as the revenue organization has prioritized outside hires instead of promoting internally in the last two years. Employee turnover rates are insanely high, further stressing their remaining employees, but leadership does not acknowledge this nor do they do anything to improve it. I feel regularly that I am on a sinking ship.1