RN Staff Travel Nurse in Calgary, AB
Can’t be your only job
Positive : Pay is good, paying weekly;
Coordinators are supportive;
Negative: lucky if you are placed in the hospital where agency nurses are welcomed and wanted, usually it’s not; agency nurse will always get worst assignments. Sometimes have to walk 20 min to the hospital, think of daily rain in BC
No benefits and no pension
LPN in Newfoundland and Labrador
Flexible and accommodating.
Great company to work for and my recruiter is always there to help me through any issue whether it is work related or travel related. They will accommodate the areas that I request to work in and ensure the facilities are safe and within my scope of practice.
Travel Nurse in British Columbia
I love travel nursing with select
I love travel nursing with select, paid weekly, yearly license reinbursment, travel expenses paid and accomadations provided get to travel across canada many LPN opportunities
Registered Nurse in Prince George, BC
Great company to work with for agency and travel nursing!
Awesome company. Quick to respond, helpful and direct. Go out of their way to connect with their employees. Always willing to do the best for their employees.
Registered Nurse, Operating Room in British Columbia
Lots of assignment opportunities
There were always assignments available when I was looking to work. My recruiter was always helpful and kept in good communication. The pay system was easy enough, just snap a picture of your timesheet and email it in. I never had any issues with accommodations but I have met other nurses who have.