Your hours are based on your availability and client needs / available shifts at the time you are hired. You tell Evergreen how many hours you would like to work each week and they do their best to fill your hours as quickly as possible. Changes in availability or having very specific assignment requests can impact your hours while they wait for the right assignment for you comes up. Due to the extensive training offered to our RNs and historical issues of RNs coming on board to complete all the paid training and never work a shift or call the office again, Evergreen shifted to an earn out model where RNs come on and are gradually reimbursed for any training completed; it works out to being paid 1 hour of education for every 12 hour shift worked. There is not timeframe on it - it's solely based on the number of shifts you work over your time with Evergreen.Answered 20 August 2020
Does Evergreen Nursing allow for flexible working hours? Or are the hours set?Asked 12 December 2019
RN positions are on a casual basis, but the majority of RN shifts are 12 hour days or nights.Answered 12 December 2019
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