National Hiring Manager (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – December 1, 2018
This place is awful. Just run!! They are constantly hiring for a REASON!! The turnover is ridiculously high. The management is a disgrace. They say is you work 50+hours it will pay off, but it’s all lies. If you’re not a favorite of management you’re screwed.
This travel agency pays the best I have seen as long as you get your hours. Recruiters aren’t always realiable when you need them. I like working with them just don’t like that the agency doesn’t always get full time hours.
Traveling has been an exciting opportunity to build my skill set in the operating room as well as see new places and meet new people. I learned to scrub ortho cases and learn new instrument systems. Really beneficial for where I am in my life.
Control of my schedule, stipend
To do list before every contract, availability of jobs
Speech-Language Pathologist (Former Employee) – East Bridgewater School District – October 8, 2018
I worked through a recruiter, so I wasn't actually at the Sunbelt workplace. They're extremely easy to deal with however, and I felt like I got to personally know my recruiter! They are there to answer questions and concerns.
I enjoyed building the relationships with the many traveling nurses while finding them housing, negotiating pay rates and food stipends and making sure all their certifications were up to date. I have stay in touch with many of them through the years.
Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Reading, PA – May 9, 2018
It's a good company, my recruiter was very nice and effective. My problem was my assignment. I worked as Personal Care Assistant in an Early intervention school. I worked with children before but this time was completely different. Those children like to hit you hard and you have to let them do it, If I wanted to be hit on, I were a boxer. I think I am not prepared for this. Its really demanding job, teachers want children to be quiet and to sit down properly when they know those children are not able to do that because they have special needs, they expect you to do magic. Its a very physical job and I have to resigned.
Registered Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 16, 2018
A temporary position in preparation for accreditation, as a team lead my responsibilities varied from completing employee schedules to covering absent employees and ensuring proper, accurate documentation and daily logs.
Truck Driver Class A (Current Employee) – Wake Forest, NC – January 24, 2018
A typical day consists of assisting with set-ups for by-passess and hauling pipes, cable, or compressors and pumps. I've learned many interesting details of doing sewer by-passes and setting up generators to assist with delivering power to various job sites.