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.
United States (Former Employee) – United States – May 16, 2018
I loved working with Cross Country. Cross Country provides great job opportunities in a fast pace surgical setting with great travel opportunities. I learned how to adapt to different styles and techniques in a different settings. Workplace culture was great. Everyone was so welcoming and caring.
associate (Current Employee) – remote – May 8, 2018
The company seems to get progressively worse by adding more responsibility with no pay increase or taking other tasks away. Turn over rate is terrible. It's a very stressful job, always being told what you are doing wrong and that you should work faster and make no mistakes. You always need to make sure other people are doing their job and you get multiple requests to do the same thing from different people back to back. The commission payout system is rigged against you and it seems the company does everything they can to not pay you. You need to attend meetings that take about an hour long that have nothing to do with your job or functions. The company says they care and are "like family" but watch out any gift they give you will be taxed, so they can write it off. If you get a 5 dollar gift card to starbucks, be sure to look for that on your paystub as a tax deduction. Everyone is always pointing fingers asking who messed up when the process is terrible and all departments are understaffed. The work itself is not hard but the amount of work and with constant negative criticism and questions from other departments it's stressful. If someone can blame you and get away with it they will. We work with nurses and other health care professionals who are rude and nasty over the phone. I have been cussed out multiple times and told that i am a terrible, stupid person for policies that I don't write. The company is very focused on the bottom dollar and neglect its corporate staff. The pay is ok but its barely a livable salary.
terrible benefits, work environment, management, stressful
Come in get your feet wet and leave. If you’re not a “favorite” you will never become a lead or management. It seems like those who get recognized or grow are the ones who do the bare minimum. When it came to time off they were very accommodating as long as too many people weren’t off. They also know people have a life so if someone comes up you have to leave or can’t come they are fine with it. My only issue is no matter how are you work it will get over looked, you won’t make more money, there isn’t much job security, and the process is a mess. It’s one of those you learn this way but because I like you I’ll do it this way for you. So needless to say do what you need to do gain the knowledge and after a year leave!
Time Accomodation, 1 yr lunch break, ability to leave something new
Provided opportunities to travel and work. Found every opportunity offered new learning opportunities and management styles. The best part was meeting new people and getting to travel. The hardest part saying good bye to new friends.
Cross Country is working hard to put together the proper systems and software to move the company to the next level. Change management is not easy but I am confident that with this next step CCH will be able to move into the next chapter
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – April 3, 2018
Typical work day: client calls, relationship building and staffing What I learned: managing multiple accounts Culture: at times low morale but usually a team atmosphere Hardest part of job: Finding reliable staff for contingent and contract positions Most enjoyable: Supportive team environment
I would recommend Paige Sawtell as a recruiter to anyone. if I decide to travel again I will definitely work with them again. Would like if the company had a 24 hour person to answer the phone in case of employee emergency.
Travel Nurse in Pediatric Nursing (Former Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – January 25, 2018
The recruiters and the staff are very accommodating and helpful. The housing they provide for Travelers is excellent. Travel Nursing was a goal of mine on my Bucket List and TravCorps helped me the have a wonderful Nursing experience.