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.
This is still new. And we’ve all got questions. Our tenured recruiters offer advice for these new FAQs: Will I have to treat COVID patients? We understand this has been a struggle for some travelers. Recruiter Lisa Willert makes it a point
Cariant Health Partners has been named a Best Travel Nursing Company by BluePipes. Each year, BluePipes combs through review data from multiple review sites for more than 300 travel nursing companies to find the top 20 in the industry. We’re thrilled to be included in this year’s rankings.
The relationship with your recruiter can make or break your travel experience. It has always been important to vet your recruiter choice and pick someone who you connect with on some level. Someone who is knowledgeable and also interested in building a strong professional relationship that will last longer than a single 13-week contract.
COVID-19 Updates Cariant travelers who are required by the facility to quarantine will be paid wages and stipends for up to two weeks. We know some of your situations are stressful. We are here for you. Cariant Leadership is communicating directly with our teams and travelers as changes arise. Travelers, check in with your recruiter
It’s been a whirlwind past two months. How the pandemic affects healthcare professionals and our industry will be in flux for a while yet. Here is what we’re seeing now that is (for the most part) across the board.
“We are all in this together” “amid” the “social distancing” “pandemic” that is COVID-19. The buzz words are all around us. And arguably it would be near impossible to find one person globally that has not been affected in some manner by the coronavirus.
If there’s one thing that gets our team through the day, it’s usually a little music. And with the constantly changing COVID-19 situation, a lot of positivity. We think that’s something that resonates with a lot of us right now, so we dusted off the ol’ Cariant Spotify to share some of the songs we’ve
Some nurses wait for a specific moment to begin traveling. For that right time when they can embrace their independence, knowing that the people in their lives who they have cared for are now equally independent. If you’re already living life as an “empty nester,” or coming soon upon that time, there are a few
You’ve been recruiting nurses at Cariant Health Partners for five years now. What do those relationships mean to you, that you’ve cultivated over the past few years? The relationships to me are family. They are people who continually work for me. They represent Cariant in the best way because they understand how we started and