AMN Healthcare

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make more money of charging nurses for fees than from hospital contracts

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Former Employee - Travel RN
Former Employee - Travel RN

I worked at AMN Healthcare full-time

Pros

none. run now. don't get stuck with this company for even one contract. NOT WORTH IT

Cons

lied about pay. lied about positions. left me stranded in cities with no job with not even an apology TWICE. when I decided to go with a different company tried to charge me all sorts of fees and refused to pay me.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Stop teaching used car salesmen sales strategies, deceit, lies, and financial corruption. You'd make more money paying your nurses honestly, treating them fairly and you'll be able to make money off the contracts rather than having to make money off of charging nurses who work so hard to help people. With all the reviews coming out this company won't be in business long. At least one can hope to save other hard-working, well-meaning nurses from having to go through so much personal, professional, and financial damage. The retaliation I received for deciding to go with a different more fair company was awful. And it came from every side. Shame on you. Get a conscience. And a good lawyer.

Doesn't Recommend
Negative Outlook

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    Worst pay in the industry, recruiters who don't care if you stay for more than one assignment and blatantly lie to you.

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    Former Employee - Travel Nurse
    Former Employee - Travel Nurse

    I worked at AMN Healthcare as a contractor (less than an year)

    Pros

    Possibly the largest selection of travel/temporary RN jobs
    They hire travelers with no experience

    Cons

    Worst travel RN pay (blended pay is only there to benefit the company, not the traveler)
    Terrible, cheap, disgusting company housing
    Recruiters will tell you anything to get you to the job then once you start, those promises are rarely kept.
    Basically non-existent benefits ( health insurance is very expensive and poor coverage)
    Paycheck mistakes that are never addressed
    Support staff gives you attitude when you call for help or concerns

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat your travel and temporary employees with a little more respect. Make your pay at least somewhat competitive with other travel RN companies since your benefits are also awful. Make recruiters accountable for what they promise in a contract when it is not delivered.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO
  2. 2 people found this helpful  

    Great coworkers but weak management. Little to no room for advancement.

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Marketing Specialist in San Diego, CA
    Former Employee - Marketing Specialist in San Diego, CA

    I worked at AMN Healthcare full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    - Great company events (Halloween, Christmas, Summer team building)
    - Cafe and Gym onsite
    - Medium sized company, so a great variety of people and personalities to meet
    - Leader in the healthcare staffing industy. CEO and other top management seem very focused

    Cons

    - Outdated work processes, using software and systems that other companies were using years ago
    - Difficult and slow to move up the ladder, if at all
    - Other than one manager, management is not engaged and really doesn't seem to know what they are doing. It's hard to believe you are being "managed" or "led" when you see incompetence
    - Majority of employees in departments are all preparing themselves to leave. At the end of the day pay is very important and with salaries being low in every role, people start to get ready to leave after about a year. Turnover can be very high in certain departments
    - Any new opening gets hired externally, rather than promoted from within. The company claims to internally promote but this is not the case 90% of the time.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Being a multi-million dollar company means that employees start to look at their salaries and realize there is a mismatch. Match more realistic salary requirements to the roles. Also, rather than say there is room for advancement - prove it by hiring internally. Too many external hires without a good balance of promotion. Focus on the staff you have.

    Neutral Outlook
    Approves of CEO
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