Psychologist (Former Employee), California – January 6, 2015
Cons: too much repetitive paperwork, poor business practices
I signed on with this company to be placed in a large institution. The amount of paperwork was horrendous. The recruiter I worked with repeatedly left messages that she was still waiting for forms I had faxed to her long before and that she had confirmed receiving. The amount of time it took for them to actually start me at the institution was ridiculous. When I arrived there, they did not seem to know I was coming. They seemed upset with the recruiter. There was a misunderstanding about the days I would work and instead of working to correct it, the recruiter accused me of changing the days from what we had agreed. She told me she would call and deal with it and never called me back. When I made a follow up call, she promised to call back and did not. They should not be taken seriously as a company. They do not seem to operate from integrity. Very stressful experience and loss of a lot of my time and the institution's.
nurse (Former Employee), Philadelphia, pa – December 28, 2014
Cons: i cant say i never had the opportunity to work at the places they sent me.
This company is based in Florida I was not. This place is an absolute mess. I would go to jobs and get there to not work cause nobody knew i was coming. I havent heard anything from them in months so dont rely on them for consistency. There was no organization within the office for staffing.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), VA – October 25, 2012
The agency is located in Florida but I'm stationed in petersburg and the job is great and some of the co-workers are awesome management is good and everyone seems very nice but you have to stay to yourself and do you job.