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Travel Nursing Company Review of: Readylink
(within 1 year)
|5. Pay rate||2.2||1.0|
|6. Paycheck accuracy||2.4||1.0|
|10. Assignment selection available||1.8||1.0|
|12. Insurance plan||1.9||1.0|
|18. Paycheck arrival time||3.3||1.0|
|19. Chances you will recommend this agency||1.9||1.0|
|20. Chances you will work with them again||2.1||1.0|
|Total Score (number or rankings)||45.5(9)||23.0(1)|
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- Horrid misrepresentation 03/07/2017
- Frustrating experience. Readylink requested info, which was supplied and I was told that the submittal process was complete. They kept requesting more. Questions about housing were ignored, as was reimbursement for travel. The assignment agreement came late in the process and there were multiple issues not previously addressed. It should be noted that the applicant could not alter the "contract." Pay and per diem was not commensurate with surrounding area. Having worked for other staffing firms, I would advise you to closely consider using these people. 09/25/2015
- They are OK. 12/09/2011
- This is a great website! Keep up the great work. Well done. Nice site. I will be back! 06/29/2007
- did not meet my expectations, housing below acceptable..not happy 03/03/2007
- It was totaly the worst travel experience. I changed companies and now I truly love traveling. 08/21/2006
- I LOVE RN Travel Connection. The only reason I had to switch companies was bc of assignment availability. The current company I am with is ripping me of completely!!!! RN Travel connection is awesome & so are their benefits. I got a bonus from them at the end of every 13 week assignment... When I had a problem, all I had to do was call & the president of the company took care of me herself on a friday night, the weekend before my assignment start date.
- Nice folks, but they need to get their housing department together and actually set up apartments for nurses, rather then sticking them in overpriced extended stay hotels that nurses have to pay for. Also, no health insurance, benefits or sign on or completion bonuses.
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