I have been working at Supplemental Health Care full-time (Less than a year)
*The staffing manager got to know me and my work experience. Then she found employers looking to hire. Before submitting my profile she would check if that was some place I would like to work. I have worked two separate contracts thus far.
*Convenient time sheet submissions
*Staffing manager replies quickly to my emails or phone calls
*It has been easier to buy individual health insurance.
*Agency nurses are not always treated well by facilities. One SNF I worked at was understaffed. The SNF was too busy to provide an "agency nurse" more than a brief orientation to the electronic record system or the facility supply storage area. I was basically on my own after 30 mins of walking in the front door.
Advice to Management
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Supplemental Health Care (Roseville, CA) in January 2017.
i was interviewed by the hospital the agency submitted me too. I was interviewed by directors at the hospital. It took at about 2-3 days wait after the recruiters submitted me to hear an answer or call from the hospital.
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