LVN (Current Employee), Houston, TX – September 28, 2013
Pros: reward points every pay period(weekly), the helping hand program, 401k, health insurance, and get percentage off verizon bill.
Cons: take 30 minutes from time even if no lunch is taken
I have been working for this agency since May 2010 as a LVN in a correctional facility. The management here is great and everyone in the office is very helpful.The hardest part of my job is working with non-compliant and difficulty inmates. The most enjoyable part of my job is working together with my fellow co-workers and getting to go home at the – more... end of the day. – less
RN (Former Employee), Dallas, Texas – September 27, 2013
Pros: friendly and paperwork not overwhelming
Cons: unable to solve problems without being considered the problem
Lacked attention to detail. I went in person to hand in my paperwork because my file never seemed complete to them. Replaced my certifications 3 different times. Placed in assignments without consideration to ability to maintain their contract as vendor. Met other nurses working in places I requested to be oriented and placed with less experience than – more... myself. Could never get closer to my home to work and tried to place me 40-60 mile one way commute for 4 hour positions.Pay was 3-4 dollars per hour less than other agencies.Was unable to get benefits due to extended, conditional start dates that only partial covered contract length. Local branches blocked working between travel and other locations to keep their numbers up for their benefit. Place felt like pressure cooker for the very young group of employees that I witnessed. – less
Payroll and Billing Processor (Former Employee), North Charleston, SC – September 19, 2013
A typical day involved in payroll data entry and customer follow up. Management was not often in the workplace on a daily basis. The hardest part of the job was not being able to provide in face customer service. I enjoyed my co-workers help.
Basically a fair company to work for however, new healthcare guidelines have made it difficult to depend on wage hours and consistant work
traveling OTR in SNF, home health (Current Employee), Tampa, FL and Boston MA office – September 9, 2013
Pros: travel in different areas
Cons: tax free money not recoreded as wages effects appying for loans
housing and not having tax free money not recorded as wages effecting mortgage approval when trying to secure mortgage to purchase house and the negative effect as it is not adding to rate of retirement social security. contracts ending earlier then determined initially by clients/ difficult to find short term housing on your own, and constantly needing – more... to learn new computer systems by different clients in each setting in a very short time – less
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Buffalo, NY – September 5, 2013
Working for Supplemental Health Care gave me the opportunity to travel to new places, meet new people, coworkers, and gave me the flexibility of choosing a shift. they paid weekly and they never missed paying their nurses. They are also one of the companies that gives points which is an extra for nurses to buy whatever they want online with their points. – more... They called and checked on me to see how i was doing and that made me feel like they cared. – less
Med-Surg/Telemetry RN (Current Employee), Denver, CO – July 5, 2013
This job entails taking care of patients on general Med/Surg and Telemetry units by going to various hospitals for PRN work in the Denver metro area. Working for an agency helps with adaptability and improves your nursing skill set. I have no complaints about the management, however, this particular agency doesn't pay as well as some of the other agencies – more... in this area. The co-workers change with each shift. The hardest part of the job is learning the different requirements for each hospital and being called off frequently. The most enjoyable part of the job is the flexibility. – less
LPN (Current Employee), St. Louis, MO – June 26, 2013
Wonderful place to work with competitive pay. Make your own schedule. Challenging fast paced facilities. If you're looking to gain experience and knowledge of your field while giving 120% this is the place to work. Agency provides flexible hours so you can determine your own availability. You can choose to go to different facilities or work with children – more... in a school setting. Referral reimbursement is great. Pay is above average! – less
Recruiter (Former Employee), Anonymous – June 26, 2013
Pros: fun contests
Cons: can takes a while to get commissions rolling in - at least 3-4 months. be prepared.
Training is top notch. Great benefits for RN's and Therapists who work for us. Great benefits for their corporate employees as well. Felt like everyone really cared about me. Good morale and respectful management. Metrics are very reasonable.
Vocational nuse (Former Employee), San Francisco, CA – June 13, 2013
Pros: a job
Cons: discrimination of certain people....
After applying for a job you would think that they would interview you after you have applied instead of pre judging you about whatever it is that they think they don't like. These people lack professional skills and don't have any future in healthcare. Are they discriminating against certain people? I have worked with this company but in a different – more... city. This San Francisco office has left a bad taste in my mouth and I would never work for these people because they don't know how to treat people! – less