RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – March 22, 2017
The housing department puts no effort into finding housing. All they do is find the nearest extended stay and that's what they provide. Most extended stays reviews are terrible. I've been with fastaff for 4 years and have started looking into other companies because the housing options are not up to par nor is the housing stipend.
Accounts Receivable Specialist (Current Employee) – Greenwood Village, CO – February 13, 2017
This company is going places, great places! There are always goals and the whole company is involved in reaching those goals. Team work is a way of life here and you can see it in every department. Management is great- open door policy all the way to the CEO. The culture here is fun, we work hard but we play just as hard.
Company provided breakfast every Tuesday, Happy hours are not scarce, Benefits are great, So many more pros
All the staff is thoughtful to their nurses. This agency love their travelers. Has a travel nurse you will not be disappointed. They work hard and fast to get you working and top pay always never have to worry about your pay ever.
Web Design & Marketing Independent Contractor (Current Employee) – Greenwood Village, CO – May 30, 2016
We make a difference in the lives of nurses, hospitals, patients and employees lives every day. You work hard but it rewarding. They have implemented a fun committee to balance the high stress environment.
Administrative Recruiter Coordinator (Current Employee) – Greenwood Village, CO – March 17, 2016
In my time at fastaff I had changed my attitude drastically. I love the atmosphere and benefits as well as all my co-workers, but I soon realized there was some confusing and weird stuff going on behind all the smiles, I also realized my position and team of Admin have the most difficult job and treated the worst.
Travel Float Staff RN (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – February 7, 2016
If a nurse at a facility lies about what you did without any backup, you will not be able to work for them again. In turn, you will be blacklisted from said facility. Sometimes it is a good thing because, they send you to the worst places to work. That is why they pay you so much.
Contract RN ICU/CVICU/NSICU (Former Employee) – California – October 9, 2015
Fastaff has afforded me a chance to see several different hospitals and communities, paid me very well while doing it, and allowed me to expand my experience as a person and an RN. It is challenging to walk into a new environment, but allows me a chance to prove myself, become part of a work community and impact many people.
Meeting and working with a variety of personalities
Starting out alone each time, having to learn the ropes each time.
Interesting places to work. Supportive placement worker.
RN Travel Nurse (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – May 22, 2014
Traveled to different states and facilities to work with shortages or nursing strikes. Must be aware of skills when going in. limited time for orientation to position. Supportive peers if traveling in groups.
Registered Nurse ICU Traveler (Former Employee) – Greenwood Village, CO – December 10, 2013
Reputable company with ability to place nurses in good hospitals. Fair compensation, commensurate with the rest of travel nursing industry. Most jobs are 48 hours per week, which contributes to good pay, but fatigue can become an issue, especially if working in a busy ICU.