Pros: run while you still have a chance, dont waste your rn license here. after working 10-12 weeks you are still a temp, they will never offer you full time. you will be used and abused.
Cons: you will get kicked to the curb w/o notice, too much work, you are only a number and commission to them. if you voice your abuse, someone will take it upon themself to terminate your assignment, either from the assigned company or hcs behind your back.
1- If you are desperate for work, call Healthcare Support, THIS IS THE PLACE for you, if you like being abused take the assignment, If you don’t want to get paid for holidays, sick time and work for free.........work with Healthcare Support. If you don’t mind going hungry, or skipping a break, this is the perfect place for you and working passed your – more... 8 hrs without pay and getting home in the darkness this is the place for you. Welcome to Healthcare Support.
2- Healthcare Support WILL GIVE YOU THAT ASSIGNMENT BECAUSE THEY HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU REALLY DO!!! They are in Orlando a big big hint and red flag right there. They will send you to a reputable company and the company will treat you like dirt because your first name is ‘Temp’. The company you go to does not pay you, it’s Healthcare Support that pays you. Healthcare Support will make you feel you got a really good hourly rate to work temp, and then you will find out all the other temps that left or is with you makes the same $$$ regardless of r experience and degrees haha.
3- Your training is a joke at the company they will send you to. The company is aware that you are a temp and so are all of the other employees who are noticing temps coming and going, Very high turnover rate with temps. You will get that “that drive thru training" and expect to do a job well done.
4- The reputable company’s training technique is " I want you to just look and don’t take notes, you learn better this way when you pay attention instead of bending down and writing". You might as well bend over and take it. The last requirement to hold on to your job is “ learn how to understand the English language spoken with a thick accent so thick it’s like mud. You might as well say you are part Latin, or you chances to stay on will continue to be very slim. This is the kind of reputable place they send you, where the clicks are.
5- Your name is temp with no photo to your badge, ask for a photo and get a promise and an excuse the camera is broken. You will work well pass your contracted weeks, and your days will turn into nights because you will still be there trying to finish all the work that nobody wanted and those assignments will be the worse (it’s not a real contract, you can walk anytime you want to with Healthcare Support, they will not tell you that) You will not get paid for more than 8 hours, so, the sooner you get done with the work the better.
6- 3 mths will go by and you will still be there hanging on working like an animal on the abusive job wondering if they’re going to offer you a full time position. You will think you put in the time, the extra hours without pay and think you have landed the job. Then again they can say “well we abused you for 10-12 wks and without warning we don’t need you anymore, can’t afford you full time”. Please dont contact us, you have an agency to call. Will they tell you that, well not in your face, they will be deactivating all your access as the day go along, you will be experiencing TECHNOLOGICAL issues towards the end of the day, not understanding why and when you log out, that will be your last day. As they were monitoring your computer all day to see when to shut you down.
7- As you step into you house a phone call will come in while you are getting ready for dinner, and Healthcare Support will tell you, don’t bother to go back, the reputable company said your contract is over even if it was before time, and if its passed the 3 mths, ‘We’re sorry, we feel you are not a good match for our company’.
8- The last nurse there lasted 8 mths without a full time job offer and they threw her to the curb. Another nurse, was on the cusp of her 10 – 12 weeks and they also threw her to the curb, they have no intentions of bringing anyone in full time, unless you really know how to brown nose very nicely, because it will just cost them more money, versus getting a fresh body.
9- Healthcare Support gets paid for the temp work, so if you go full time they’re screwed. They will convince to stay temp as along as possible and tell you to stay calm and tell you wait and see ‘IF’ they offer you the job that is burning you to a crisp. If you like your nursing license, preserve it and never go there. The stress level for you will be very high and it will send you into a whirlwind of questions to .Healthcare Support. This is where replacement begins, they know the s/s are are recurring with this 'temp', lets replace now.
10- If you have questions on how to complete your job, your manager is never around “always in the other office”,you might as well pack it up because no one will have time to help you do your job and their job. Remember you are only a temp you do not count. If you tell Healthcare Support what’s going on, they will always tell you how much the manager loves you so they can get another day of commission.
The hardest part of the job is “ knowing you work so hard and they will kick you to the curb too, when you least expected it “ The most enjoyable part was getting a chance to run to my car, without turning back, and that’s one hour later after the time you are supposed to go home.
Take a job from Healthcare Support to work in Fort Lauderdale and they wiill burn you to the ground, you might even go home upset and weepy. Your family will suffer, you will be stressed out and you will go home and kick the dog, cat, bird, etc, you may even get sick and you wont be able to go to the Doctor. The company they send you to consist of medical professionals who doubts when you are sick. HCS are not medical professionals and they have no idea what your job entails, though their talk sounds good.
I got THROWN to the curbside like an animal with minge and I was doing a great job, because one day I called sick for two days, yet I was looking haggard and it showed when I returned. Little did I know clock was ticking with them obviously, as I was going to be replaced because the 'clicks' thought maybe I wasnt sick enough to be out.
HCS called me and told dont go back my contract has ended which was not true. I have always told them this is too much work for such little training, too much is expected. They said the more experience you have the more work you will get, and this was from the manager. I was out of a job at the blink of eye because I had a voice., and this is a temp agency that did not stand up for me, they made the phone call and called my assignment quits without asking me, sink or swim. Home or homeless, you decided.
The next day, after I picked myself up from the floor, as someone from HCS decided my family's fate, I went to another Temp Agency that actually had benefits being a temp, good training, and excellent pay that matched My expectations and GUESS WHAT IM FULL TIME 1 MONTH LATER. Now you know what to do fellow nurses. – less