Housing with this company was a nightmare. I had multiple compalints about there housing coordinator and made this known to my recruiter nad her supervisor. My recruiter told me one time that this housing person(I won’t mention her name) is the only one I work with. Ina assignment I had in Dallas, Texas my monthly housing apartment rent was over hte housing budget so therefore this 13 week assignment was a bust. For a few weeks I didn’t hear from my recruiter and I complained about this then she started to call me. If you have a workmens comp. claim you better plan on doing this yourself. I had one and it was a disaster. Felt like I was left to take care of this on my own. I did get some good assignments and had a few where it was hell. They did stick up for me and that was greatly appreciated. But when your contract says “one shift”, you resign and you go back and the hospital breaks that contract and has you scheudled for three different shifts in a week, and I got NO support, that is plain and simple NOT FAIR. I was left to handle this on my own, no help from them. My first day back(I wnet home between contracts I went home) they pulled me into there office and told me that I needed to be flexible, flexible hell. They abused me. Per contract I was suppose to be days, well do you really think I would of resigned if I would of known that that they would screw with my schedule, have me work all different shifts, nights two different mid shifts, etc. Heck no. Would not recommend them.
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