When taking on a new travel assignment, finances are probably a top concern. After all, you want to make sure you’re making the most of your extra compensation. We’ve compiled a few financial tips to help travel healthcare professionals better manage their money on the road.
We are thrilled to announce our latest recognition for our exceptional traveler ratings and commitment to the highest level of recruitment practices. Cariant Health Partners has been named Great Recruiters Certified 2021 by Great Recruiters, a leading experience and reputation management platform specifically designed for recruiting and staffing organizations.
We have seen more and more partners, friends, and even mothers and daughters or siblings choose to find travel contracts together. It makes sense, right? We all know how difficult long-distance relationships can be. Whether one or both of you work in travel nursing, having a loved one along to share your adventure can make
Does working as a travel nurse or allied health professional seem like an enticing way to add some adventure to your life? As we all search for our “new normal” after the pandemic, travel contracts might just be what you need. Cariant Health Partners offers the easy choice when deciding to become a traveling healthcare
We believe most people choose a career in healthcare because they enjoy helping others. The same rings true of our dedicated staff of recruiters. After more than 20 years in the travel healthcare business, we know the most critical ingredient in our recipe for success remains the recruiter-traveler relationship.
Whether furry, feathered or scaled, pets fill our homes with love—no matter how often we change contracts. Pets of all kinds can be great companions for travel healthcare newbies and pros. And pets of any variety will benefit from these suggestions. Follow our tips below to make moving with your little companion less stressful for everyone. Plan
It’s 2021! Last year sure took us for a spin, but we expect this year will get much better. Here’s what we’re predicting: TRAVEL NURSING Facilities expect surges in COVID-19 patients early this year because of the holidays and are preparing for another a few weeks from the New Year’s holiday. For the next three
As the COVID-19 vaccinations start this week, we can see the beginning of light as we near the end of this year—and hopefully soon, the end of this pandemic. There is optimism, but also the reality that many of us (especially frontline healthcare workers) had an incredibly tough year. Along with that optimism, we’re likely
We’re lucky to have relationships with travelers that span years, not just 13 weeks. That’s part of what we enjoy so much about this industry! The longer we work with our therapists and nurses, the better we can meet their needs and support them on their travel journey. One such traveler is Candace S., SLP.
Most travelers will need to find a place to hang their hat while on assignment. The good news is that there are a lot of options and housing ads out there.