All star recruiter and even better account manager. She knows the clientele and each nurses needs.Paul S.
Nichole is very articulate and precise with her knowledge in marketing, highly profiling HPC throughout Michigan and the world with her skills and talent.Nina R.
Carol is a great recruiter! She always did what she needed to do to make sure our dogs were able to come with us in regards to housing. That was an absolute must/deal breaker for us!Ashley S. & Malcom S.
She will go to bat for you. She knows how to negotiate and will make sure you get the best deal.Paul S.
I was injured during an assignment and had never experienced an injury at work before. Natalie reassured me that everything would be taken care of through workers comp. When the bills were being sent to me and reflecting against my credit, she made sure it was properly handled. I am thankful for her hard work and dedication to make sure the claim was taken care of.Malcolm S.
She has done everything to help and support me with a somewhat difficult assignment! I have been a travel nurse for 20 years and she is the best recruiter ever!Paula W.
Always kind and attentive. She is aware of the issues and ensures that they get taken care of properly.Paul S.
Varee is always open to providing feedback and helping to solve problems. She is a true example of teamwork and professionalism.Chelsea I.
He is very helpful in the office when there are any IT problems and always willing to diagnose the situation.Donna W.
Chelsea is a hard worker and professional in the work place.Donna W.
All questions and requests are met with promptness.Rob O.
Jeff is outstanding. He has been nothing but helpful and amazing throughout all of my contracts. He is always in contact and always a call away whenever I need anything. Helpful and friendly and is always looking out for my best interest. I truely enjoy having him as my recruiter.Falon E.
Nina is very sweet and quiet, always works super hard and can
Such a wonderful person! He manages to combine professional and comical perfectly together. He
Rose is one of the best people out there. If everyone followed her you guys would have an army of recruits. She is sensational!Jeff H.
Knows her job and is dedicated to the people she works withLauren B.
Alice is always willing to go the extra mile to help, no matter what the task may be. She is a pleasure to work with!Chelsea I.
Every time, my placement is smooth and easy!
Sara HallPioneer Medical Center
Yes, my recruiter Kristina was very personable and easy to talk to. She checks up and makes sure everything is going as I expected and helps problem solve any questions that may arise. Cindy made sure I had all my paperwork ready on time for the start of my assignment so there were no delays.
Kaitlyn RichLaurens County Memorial Hospital
Carol Carter makes sure I have all I need.
Lisa GarnerHarper University Hospital
From neonatal nurses to geriatric nurses, demand for nursing specialties is at an all-time high. It’s only going to get more difficult to fill specialized positions, which means now’s the time to kick off a travel nursing career if you’ve got special accreditations. Not only do specialty nursing positions pay well, there’s also a diverse pool of destinations and facilities seeking help. It’s a great way to put your special skills to work in a new and exciting environment.
Getting off on the right foot at your new facility is a great way to set the tone for a positive travel nursing experience. But with a lot of unknowns in front of you, anxiety may take over. The key in presenting yourself as a cool, confident, friendly individual is to approach your assignment with optimism. That approach and these 10 tips can help put you in positive position with your new co-workers.
The idea of flipping through a contract isn’t the most appealing. But if you’re about to sign on to a travel nursing assignment, you’ll need to read your contract in its entirety. Everything you need to know about your assignment is in there, and it’ll help you set expectations and get prepared for the job ahead of you. Here’s what you need to know about reading your contract.