Finding a recruiter who you connect with and trust can start your travel career on the right track. There are plenty of companies out there that can place healthcare professionals in temporary needs, but it’s the one-on-one relationship with your recruiter that often impacts whether you have an enjoyable experience or a poor one.
Someone in a foam Statue of Liberty costume has begun waving at passersby from the sidewalk. A sign spinner in a neon-pink gorilla suit distracts drivers near a busy intersection over the lunch hour. All signs point to tax season. Traveling has its perks, like tax-free incentives, but the traveling situation gets a little complicated
The second post in our Cariant traveler tip series. More helpful advice from new to experienced traveling therapists. 41. “Never stop learning! Take away something from each assignment to keep in your little ‘clinician toolbox’.” – Derek S., PT
From witty to wise, Cariant travelers share their best advice. 1. “Ask questions! As a traveler you are at an advantage because the client needs your help, but at a disadvantage because you usually only have a single phone screen to base your decision upon. So, ask whatever questions you want, including those about billing,
We hear it at almost every career fair and trade show: “What makes you different from other travel companies?” It’s a great question, and one you should ask every travel company you come across. Questions like this are the best way to narrow down a large list of travel therapy companies to the ones you
One of the “touted” terms that show up on recruiting websites, facility websites and other marketing venues is the term “JCAHO” certified. Starting in 2004, JCAHO created a certification specifically for Staffing Agencies. Sounds impressive but what does it mean to you, the traveler? The certification is not cheap and it is a lengthy detailed