Great management, friendly and easy to get along with.
CNA (Current Employee), Davenport, IA – December 2, 2013
The best part of MSN is you can pick your own days off, because you don't have to work if you don't want to. The down side is that there is no set schedule, you only get hours if there are hours to be worked.
Recruiter (Current Employee), Boca Raton, FL – July 15, 2013
I used to love coming to this place to conduct my business and put good hard working nurses to work. However over the last 12 months the morale has unfortunately taken a turn for the worse. I thoroughly enjoy what I do however the environment is not the greatest and certain members of management only seem to fend for themselves as opposed to helping – more... out the team. I've represented the company at a couple different nursing functions and wish more opportunities like this surfaced as it was great being able to network with others. Overall I feel that a change is on the horizon and I certainly look forward to a new challenge. – less
Staffing Agency which allows professional healtcare workers to travel to different areas of the country.
Staff Nurse (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – July 4, 2013
The best part of being employed by MSN is the variety of locations available to work. I have always wanted to relocate to California, and working for MSN allowed me to move here easily, while they did the "hard part" (finding a work assignment, housing, scheduling.)The worst part of being a travel nurse is that I never know who I will be working with, – more... having to learn different computer programs, learning different hospital policies and learning the different layouts of the hospitals (or, er, cath lab, radiology, hr, etc.) After taking two travel assignments with MSN, I know that I am ready to settle down. As a travel nurse, I have learned that we are the first of the staff to be cancelled, floated, and we are inevitably assigned the highest acuity patients. Some of the co-workers are friendly and helpful, while others are perhaps intimidated by travelers. My recruiter is very likeable and friendly. She has always returned my calls in a timely manner and I feel she truly cares about my personal needs. – less
Exciting way to get to know many people and their way of living
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee), Erie, PA – July 4, 2013
I get to work on call to go to one of many nursing homes in the area. It's exciting because I get to meet new residents from different facilities and learn how they live and learn about their culture and way of life.
Hardest part of this job is that it can be difficult to get used to different facilities.
BEST part is that a day of work doesn't seem – more... like work at all. I love what I do and putting smiles on their faces is what I live for. – less
CNA/EMT (Current Employee), Gainesville, FL – June 18, 2013
Great place to gain experience in many different fields. Competetive wages and extremely flexible hours. My favorite thing about MSN was being able to work in so many different settings which gave me a very in depth knowledge of the medical field in general.
• Bank reconciliation, GL Account analysis, and reconciliation • Responsible for Maintaining company Fixed Assets and depreciation • Provide timely explanations of variances between actual results and forecasts/budgets • Prepared journal entries for month end close • Completed special projects as needed