typical day same as at any hospital - caring for assigned patients. Some assignments better than others. I learned the "travel nurse" ropes at CCTC . Hardest part of job was learning how to adapt REALLY quickly to new facilities ways, computer system etcetera. Great way to see the country, meet new people.
some fairly good completion bonuses.
lot of people submitted for same travel assignments.
Business Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – February 2, 2019
Cross country essay organization that has grown organically and with the growth from mergers the culture siloed. Also the industry is very sensitive. Overall a good organization with hard working people. Depending on the department is the culture you get.
Large organization, good entry level, mid-level jobs
Pharmacy and Advance Practice Recruiter (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – January 23, 2019
Company had good perks but there was no opportunity for increment every year. It was all about commission. Also Management did not know to run the company as changes were taken place every now and then without obtaining any results. I would not recommend the company for someone who wants to get promoted as well as who wants to be flexible with their work.
A lot of questions pertained to the company itself. I was a travel nurse and did not work at cross country site. I traveled to different parts of the U.S. I would let them know . were and what type of job I was looking for and they would find it for me. hardest part of job would be packing and driving to new area. greatest traveling the country
There are no growth opportunities available as a RN in Travel Companies. The goal is to be placed in temporary assignments. The benefit is in not having to be engrossed in the day-to-day politics of an institution allowing the focus to be on good 'ol fashion nursing. I have had great experiences when taking assignments with this company and I adore my recruiter.
Traveling through CrossCountry TravCorps has been an exciting opportunity that I will never regret. I have learned many different methods pertaining to my job. CrossCountry works with the staff to ensure job satisfaction. This job is good for those who want to experience different hospital and city enviornments. The only downside is having to leave your family and friends behind while going on your adventures.
Always has resources 24/7 they are there for you Housing or stipen great Trust to refer friends True to contact Meeting new people that reminds you of home Different options for future contact offered by the recruiter who care for you
I’m ready to travel again!
Loved working with Company, and regret not continuing to travel
Do Not Work Here! You will be left used and bruised
Prefer not to say (Former Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – September 23, 2018
This huge corporation is running on their toes. Everyone is looking to do whatever they can to save their jobs. The best people in management float under the radar and toss you under the bus when they feel threatened. The right way of doing things is not a thought. Instead, do anything you can to paint a Rosy picture for the leadership. They live to operate in complete chaos while constantly worrying about how they will get to the next level.
So siloed that people leave you alone, Mostly because they have no idea what you should get done, to make real improvements
Leadership are a bunch of career hacks, who made their way to the top selling other people down the river, I'm not one of them. This is not sour grapes. These are observations during my time there.
Surgical Tech (Former Employee) – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – June 30, 2018
They screwed me at three different jobs. They never have the paperwork in order when you get to the job. Delayed 3 weeks when I took my first job with them. Drove from the east coast to the west coast got settled in my apartment on the weekend and they screwed up the paperwork and the hospital rejected me. Don't work for this company. I went to another travel company and they took good care of me.
Never have the paperwork ready when you are suppose to start your job.
On an average day expect to make 100 calls a day, have meaningful conversation with potential candidates. Not only does the company continuous move the finish line on goals. Expect the candidates you deal to have extreme exceptions. Not only do the candidates hate us, but so do the other departments wit in the company.You will be blame for payroll issues, pre employment requirements, taking a cut for candidates pay. If company hired 60 people last year maybe 10 of them remain with the company.