Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 11, 2019
I have worked w integrated HC staffing 2013 to 2017 Assigned different Facilities I enjoyed my position CNA I always can schedule my own days when I can be available Management and staffing always nice and caring I will hopefully get rehired again
The Credentialing department forged some documents and I was accused of it and terminated. Corporate does does not provide the support that was promised. This is by far one of the worst companies I've worked for.
Stressful, no support, only focused on the negative
CNA (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – December 2, 2018
This place pays good and are willing to work with you on your work schedule. If you want to work part-time or full time this is a great place.You pick your days that you want to work also weather you want to work day,evening,or graveyard that is up to you. The only draw back is hour are not always guaranteed
Manager (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – August 16, 2018
This company is a mess. In business 20 years and running less than 1/3rd of what other staffing firms are after 20 years........LOL. The turnover is 2-3 times the national average for staffing firms. They actually are naive enough to think they can be a top 20 company in staffing. They cannot EVER be a top 50 but it all sounds good i guess.
Can't think of any
No vision or path to grow...just don't understand the industry
Being that its an nursing agency the schedule is always flexible. I would stay signed up with them to gain more experience. when I became a nurse they were the only company that give me a chance right out of nursing school
Travel Recruiter (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – July 10, 2018
Incredibly TOXIC environment, causing extreme turnover, moving targets, processes change daily, incompetent management. Really sad, as they have the potential to be a great company, but the dysfunction is systemic from top management down.
Staffing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – June 27, 2018
I worked here part time during college and it worked for that, but the pay was low and there wasnt really any benefits. The chance of advancement was low and one of the managers I worked for was a nightmare.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – June 23, 2018
A typical day at work includes all nursing services. I learned a lot about different kinds of therapies. Management is isn't overbearing. Workplace culture is what you make it. The hardest part about the job is organization. The most enjoyable part is delivering excellent patient care.
Ability to choose different hospitals in different cities .
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 8, 2018
I worked a CVICU/ICU unit for a year. The hospital kept extending me after each 13 weeks assignment. Pay was good and always accurate. Meet a lot of new RN friends. My recruiter (now gone) was awesome. Some disorganization after he left. Overall good experience.
Salary, autonomy in the ICU No flipping days and nights.
The worst staffing agency to work for. They will not compensate when you show up at a facility and get cancelled. The won't pay you what the say they will. Poor management. The will sign you up for a facility, then cancel the shifts and sign up at a different facility where you still end up getting cancelled. Oh yes should you expect to get your check stubs, you ask several times and you will still not get them. I would not recommend this place to anyone.