If there are other options, do NOT choose this company to work for.
Staffing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 2, 2017
The company culture is extremely negative and child like. I would not recommend this company to anyone interested a real career. Highest turnover rate I have ever experienced from any place of employment. Yet, management is quick to try to throw everyone else under the bus and not acknowledge that they are the major cause of the problems. The Phoenix branch I worked for was failing when I started with the company and it was still failing when I left. We never received the "high dollar" commission that we were sold on during the interview process.
Weekly pay check.
Commission impossible to attain, management not qualified and inadequate
Nurse (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 31, 2017
I would give the travel division of this company a higher rating but the local per diem portion of the company in Phoenix, AZ seems like a mess. I have heard from others that they have the same experience as well. The people I deal with for travel assignments are easy to work with and for the most part responsive. I keep active with 2-3 other companies for per diem work because I can't seem to get any per diem shifts with this company. Plus they are the lowest paying out of all of them.
Travel division is good
local per diem division seems unenthused to work for or with PRN staff.
CNA (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 7, 2017
This is a great company to work with if you need something to hold you over until you can find a permennant position. The staff was always friendly and welcoming when inviting you in to interview. They always had work available and tried there best to get you in jobs that were available or your preferance.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – June 9, 2017
I will always have fond memories of my coworkers at IHS. There were a lot of colorful characters. The management, however, was awful. Constantly trying to adapt and no real leadership. Temporary employees were treated unfairly at times.
Staffing Coordinator & Compliance Manager (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 8, 2017
This is the worst company I have ever worked for. The corporate office doesn't allow the branch to be run well or set it up for success. The office & corporate staff turnover is a clear indication it is not a good company in anyway shape or form
CNA (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – March 20, 2017
Working as an agency CNA can be difficult, but working for Integrated has been an amazing experience. Each staff member has gone above and beyond to ensure my time as an employee was beneficial to my career.
Travel Nurse (Former Employee) – Seattle, Washington – July 15, 2016
This company pays attention to you up until you sign a contract. Most of the info they give you prior to signing is incorrect. Then you never hear from them again. They don't help you find acceptable housing. They don't give you any money for travel. And they don't help you with anything else after you have started an assignment. No reimbursements. No information to start your assignment as far as orientation days, what time you need to report, etc. You can call them and text recruiter all you want and never get an answer back. They blame each other within the company if something doesn't get done. As a nurse, you're just revenue to this company.
RN (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – January 2, 2015
i have been working with nurse travel agencies since 2002. i did one contract with the seattle team and the recruiter was the most persistent and annoying that i have ever met (but it was a "princess" assignment so i pursued it); actually glossing over the fact that i was in the midst of having to make the unexpected decision to put my dog and 15yr sidekick to sleep during the time that i was applying for the contract and relentlessly pestering me so he could make that $$. of course, once i signed, i never heard another peep from anyone except to answer "no" to my requests for stipend assist as i found that the hospital required certain colored scrubs, did not provide parking, etc. they even refused to pay a referral bonus to the nurse that told me about the company because i forgot to put her name on my app----although i mentioned her numerous times to the recruiter in the contract process. i felt more like an indentured servant than a valued resource while working with integrated.
LPN (Current Employee) – Denver, Colorado – December 16, 2014
Some days you really feel like you are being thrown to the wolves when you walk into a place that you have never been before, but that is in the job and you are either someone who drowns in it or someone who thrives off it. The pay makes the work a little less awful and if you make a good impression at a certain place, its easier to fill your week with those shifts. It will open the door for many people and places, hopefully find a full time job out of it!
Great pay, good for a place to start, verity of places to work
Fast paced, not many people to help you, not always guaranteed full time