I'm an LPN who applied for work at this business in June 2014. My immediate impression, upon walking into the facility was one of disappointment and lowered expectations. The front reception room was in total chaos. The personnel working the front desk and the stations projected frenzied atmosphere with an attitude of 'hitting the high spots'. It was notable that the patients were being belittled by the way they were being spoken to (loudly, harshly) and being shuttled about like cattle being herded. There was absolutely no respect towards the human beings in their care at this facility. I hoped that I was simply walking in on a bad day at the business so I began checking online and asking around in the medical community. I was amazed at the number of very bad references from several nurses, and even one doctor who wasn't afraid to speak out about the known distasteful and bad practices of this business. In further researching the biotech center, I ran across this bit of info indicating the amount of money being turned over by this facility: " Categorized under Services (Unclassified). Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of $2.5 to 5 million and employs a staff of approximately 20 to 49. " In short, its a company making millions off the very people it perpetually degrades. Of note: I was told the day of my application that the owners or person(s) in charge of hiring were in a "private meeting" and could not see me that day. Out of curiosity and giving them the (great stretch) of benefit of doubt, I did a follow-up call (twice) to check on where my application was in the step-by-step employment process. I was told the exact same thing each time: they are in a private meeting and cannot be disturbed. One staff member even said these words, "They'll call you if they think they can use you -otherwise just keep looking." Given everything I saw and heard, I was not surprised, at all, with that response.