Pros: license reimbursement, travel/living expenses paid
Cons: battle to get paid for the work that i did, company does not support their nurses when issues arise
Compensation is just ok. My recruiter started out awesome and got me into some great facilities but, after a couple of contracts he flaked.
My last contract was awful. I wanted out so bad - I'm not a quitter so I thought maybe NursesRx would be able to resolve some of the major safety issues that I had with the facility but, nope.
Then the facility stopped processing my checks on time. That was fun trying to get paid. 10 weeks into a 13 week contract and all of a sudden there's an issue with paying me when I've been clocking in and out at the same clock the entire time - never floated to other units because this unit was so short staffed. NursesRx gave me the run around until I mentioned that I would file a complaint with the labor board…it was amazing how fast my pay was wired to me.
Just do your research. There are better companies to work for that will actually support their nurses.