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Travel Nursing Company Review of: Nurse Connection
 Score
(all time)
Score
(within 1 year)
1. Knowledgeable2
2. Friendly2.4
3. Efficient2.2
4. Honest1.4
5. Pay rate2.2
6. Paycheck accuracy2.6
7. Housing3
8. Benefits1.4
9. Supportive1.8
10. Assignment selection available1.6
11. Individualized1.6
12. Insurance plan1.4
13. Reliable2
14. Accessible1.8
15. Reputable1.4
16. Accommodating1.8
17. Professional2
18. Paycheck arrival time2.6
19. Chances you will recommend this agency1.8
20. Chances you will work with them again1.8
Total Score (number or rankings)38.8(5)(0)
  • never again will this comapy be recommended they are theives dont work for them. they cancel your contract before it is over so that they dont pay the completion bonus and you show up to work without knowing you contract was cancelled the last day you worked. they dont pay travel reimbursement if you drive your car only $15.00 a day wht a joke!! they treat you bad and then after they do cancell your contract they call you back 2 wees later wanting you to renew with them that company sucks never work for them you become their slave!!!! 06/12/2007
  • they do not give travel reimbursement, no bonus for either completion or start, no insurance benefits, and every one has a different pay rate. 05/19/2007
  • Their contracts only specify what the nurse is required to do. The transportation is unreliable and dangerous. The drivers get you lost, forget to pick you up and occasionally get you to work late. We were put up in very nice corporate apts not knowing that our company had negotiated for an apt that was stripped bare of the usual ammenities. We had no towels, no tissue, no pots, no sheets, etc. We were never brought to the grocery store. The contract states 48 hours a week. The hospital only provides 36 hours one week and 48 hours the next week. One nurse missed a few days do to a mix up at the hospital. Instead of allowing her to extend her contract to make up for the week she was given a letter stating that her contract was terminated and that she needed to relenquish the keys to her apt and vacate the premises that night. The letter was given to her at 6 pm. The letter also stated that she owed the company $8.00 per hour for each shift that she was short of although the hospital did not provide the necessary hours. She was told that she was required to pick up the additional hours at another facility, any facility that they chose. This was only revealed in the letter given to the nurse. Now she will not receive her last check and she is expected to pay them back. TO EVERYONE WHO READS THIS *******DONT DO IT!!!!!!!!
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