great job to give hands on experience and a chance given to new nurses
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Current Employee) – Mount Laurel, NJ – December 9, 2018
Great job for home care experience that gives a chance for new nurses. I was hired 6yrs ago from an on the spot interview. At the time the office staff and coordinators were very supportive and encouraging. They made me want to work hard for the company because after all, we were the face of the company. After a few years things change. Management changed and so did the office support. The drive to do above and beyond was diminishing because I no longer had the support of our coordinators. I feel that they no longer cared about our clients by leaving shifts uncovered. Our coordinators started to neglect the needs of the nurses and other care associates. I've only had one raise since I've been hired and that was before the office staff was replaced. They have denied me twice due to how the company gets paid not because I don't work hard. So with no support in the area of tuition reimbursement and no support in pay raises, I'm searching my options. I want and need to grow in my field . I feel I have outgrown my current job.
IT Specialist level 1 (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 7, 2018
Better productivity would be a lot better by allowing the employees to speak more about the work place regarding what can make the work flow better,being they are the front lines on the floor. Some Mangers, Supervisors and CEO loss focus on what the employee is capable to help better the team and moral in the work force. Employee is just a an employee, but is also able to see better things to make there job easier .
Trustworthy and professional recruiters, decent benefits
Registry Occupational Therapist (Current Employee) – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – September 7, 2017
I work as a registry/travel occupational therapist for Preferred. Registry type work is okay for me right now because it gives me flexibility. The trade off of course is that available assignments (and therefore my paycheck) vary dramatically week to week. My recruiter works really hard to get me assignments. Conversely, I don't ever feel pressured to ever take assignments that I don't want. They are super responsive and understanding of the unique needs of a travel/registry therapist.
Small thank you gifts, qualify for 401k even if you only work a few hours per month
Credentialing Specialist (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 20, 2017
The company was very disorganized when I was working there. The amount of training I received was very little to none in which I had to teach myself things. Wasn't a fan of the management as it came off as a "click" and who they play favorites with, HR was very difficult to talk to as well
Occupational Therapist (Current Employee) – California- bay area – July 13, 2017
Staffing is great with finding me consistent job from week to week. I enjoy traveling to a variety of facility since I am new northern, CA. Company is has good benefits and provide good support for staff.
Throw everything you know about the healthcare industry out the window...
Recruiter / Lead (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 1, 2017
I'll write a very short review, this place has a culture completely unlike other companies. Undercutting management, no real leadership, the highest turnover I've ever seen and unhappy employees unless their in management. They will offer you a job and then change it after you work there to something completely different Tread carefully...
Staffing Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 27, 2017
You are on the phone all day speaking with clients and therapists I learned a lot about how temporary staffing agencies work The CEO was really positive and motivating The hardest part was cold calling The most enjoyable part of the job was talking to people