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17 English questions out of 17

8 June 2022

Does EdTheory offer healthcare cash plans?

Pros

EdTheory promoted my skills and experience in an outstanding manner. Whenever I have a question or concern, there is always someone to talk to. Patrick Espino and Tasha Matthews gave the needed support from day one! They got me the best compensation for my expertise.

Cons

None that I can think of other than there are no benefits such as health planner 401K, but I knew this going in as a 1099 hire.

Advice to Management

You have some excellent employees.

None that I can think of other than there are no benefits such as health planner 401K, but I knew this going in as a 1099 hire.

8 June 2022

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9 February 2021

How are the career development opportunities at EdTheory?

Pros

A company that is always there to hold you through your best and worst. They have their heart at the right place. Always supportive of their employees and making sure they earn well and achieve their career goals. The CEO always makes it a point to check in on you. There is always an opportunity to grow in your career that they make sure you take advantage of.

Cons

None so far that I can point at

There is always an opportunity to grow in your career that they make sure you take advantage of.

9 February 2021

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27 January 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at EdTheory?

Pros

Professional, friendly, culturally diverse and has a global insight. New grads would receive hands-holding supports from the very beginning of your career, and through the whole process of status transition after being graduated. Also they have tons of clinic resources available for them to check out. The company also provides opportunities to provide international services, which is a good choice for those who would want broaden their knowledges.

Cons

California based, new Graduates from other states who are considering this company would want to pay attention to the state regulations before moving to the California.

Advice to Management

Take care, protect your VFs. But anyway, thanks for being so helpful and supportive!

The company also provides opportunities to provide international services, which is a good choice for those who would want broaden their knowledges.

27 January 2021

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19 March 2020

How is management perceived at EdTheory?

Pros

I am very happy with the amount of support and compensation I received in my first-year working with EdTheory as a speech therapist The recruitment process was warm, efficient, and respectful. EdTheory provided me with a fantastic supervisor, who always made herself available to observe, provide feedback, and answer questions. I appreciate that HR called periodically throughout the year to check-in and see how I was enjoying my assignment. Some of my other first-year colleagues shared that EdTheory even discussed adjusting caseload numbers at a few placements. They really do care about your experience and quality of life! I also took advantage of the wellness bonus, and really appreciated the $500 credit toward the purchasing therapy materials. EdTheory also tries to foster a community among its contract hires. We had festive holiday party at a yummy restaurant, and I was able to meet other SoCal hires at an EdTheory hosted "Meet n Greet." I have had a very positive experience working with EdTheory and highly recommend it to any first year therapist or anyone looking to get out and see California!

Cons

There are no cons to post.

EdTheory provided me with a fantastic supervisor, who always made herself available to observe, provide feedback, and answer questions.

19 March 2020

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17 June 2020

What is the company culture like at EdTheory?

Pros

I've worked with several contracting companies that serve school districts and EdTheory has by far been my favorite. My recruiter, Rahul, is absolutely wonderful to work with, and unlike other recruiter experiences I have had, he always has my best interest at heart. He is willing to work with me from day one to support my needs, including negotiating a very competitive pay rate for me. He's always prompt in communicating between me and the district, and in answering questions I have. Negotiating a contract with EdTheory was very easy and transparent. They have generous bonuses and allot a materials budget if you're in a district with limited resources. There's a lot of room to grow at EdTheory as they have contracts around the Bay area, and an international volunteer option. Of all of the companies that I've contracted with, EdTheory has the least amount of redundant paperwork and easiest HR system to navigate. Working with HR was always delightful. They were always willing to help and is exceedingly patient. Every staff person I have worked with at EdTheory is genuinely interested in supporting me and ensuring job satisfaction. The work-life balance and company culture set EdTheory apart. I highly recommend speaking with Rahul, or any of the friendly staff at EdTheory if you are interested in school-based work in the Bay area.

Cons

The only reason I left was to continue non-profit/public work for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. I didn't experience any cons with this company.

Advice to Management

Keep up the great work!

life balance and company culture set EdTheory apart.

17 June 2020

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