Patients Care Technician (Former Employee) – Bethesda, MD – August 31, 2017
•Keep records of food intake, liquid output, and vital signs. May collect samples of bodily fluids. •Observe and report changes in patients' emotions or alertness. •Move patients by wheelchair or gurney, Sterilize equipment and supplies. •Follow principles of infection control and Universal Precautions
Staffing Specialist/Payroll Billing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Tucker, GA – January 3, 2019
My job consisted of staffing and paying the LPN, CNA and RN. I staffed at hospitals, nursing homes, and also staffed for sitting with adults. I had a payroll to perform and it was weekly that I had to prepare and send all information to Headquarters. I actually loved the day to day life of the Receptionist.
Staffing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – January 1, 2019
If you are in school then it is a great place to earn money and also gain experience. Some of the managers do not deserve the jobs they have but that is due to the high turnover and having a policy of hiring from within. My advice to management if 8 people quit in a month find out why.
Great benefits and if you are willing to work great money
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Send me to nice places to work, employees in the work environment were always very nice and understanding, learn new things, and was a play with there fluoride nice amount of time 7 years on and off they always accept to me as an employee and they are great employer's!
ER/RN Registry/Per Diem (Former Employee) – Hesperia, CA – December 29, 2018
Great place to work for. Wonderful team members that treat you with respect and dignity. If you are a RN that would like to "pick up" other shifts at a different facility; or a RN that just wants to work occasionally due to family demands, etc., this company will treat you very professionally and find registry/per diem shifts for you - when you are able to work.
On a regular basis, I was asked for the same paperwork or information by numerous people within the same office. They don't seem to understand that staff are contract employees and need to have a confirmed contract within 6wks of their current contracts expiration.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – December 15, 2018
Coming on board as a CNA, I was told the only possible set back would be $90 for the badge, before the next week was up, I spent almost $200. After completeing a different part of the application process, my recruiter would remember another cost. $90 has literally gone to over $200, and I will be making less than $11.00 an hour.
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – December 3, 2018
Unfortunately I don’t have a lot of good things to say about this company. Recruiters are reimbursed through commission for where they send staff. Therefore not thinking about making it easier on staff by moving them to facilities closer to home. I had a facility that was 10 minutes from my house with openings and was scheduled at a facility that was an hour away. There is no reimbursement for mileage. Recruiters are very cold when an emergency comes up. They also do not provide inservicing. They expect the facilities they are staffing to provide you with those hours but never educate you as to where you need to send them.
Good hourly pay, perdeim scheduling
Must work 3 shifts in a week, poor communication with staff