Strategic Healthcare Staffing

Strategic Healthcare Staffing Review

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Published: 13 September 2018

Posted by: Anonymously

Strategic Healthcare does not pay their contracted business partners, nor their business agreements on time and are very unprofessional. Furthermore, they still owe me $183.32 for the extra 4 days stay (plus the $50.00 late fee). Grand total they owe me is $183.32. I have an apartment with a room for rent in Los Angeles, CA. I was called by Strategic Healthcare in November 2013 and offered a 5-month-long rental contract with Strategic Healthcare from December 2013 to April 2014, for me to rent my extra bedroom to a visiting nurse through Strategic Healthcare for $1000 a month, while she worked at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, CA. The visiting nurse worked for Strategic Healthcare and in turn, Strategic Healthcare paid me rental for her to stay at my home. The contract was from Strategic Healthcare to pay me monthly on the 1st of every month and in turn, I would provide a clean, safe and secure rental room for the nurse to live in. Normally, businesses and professional people pay their rent on time. Not Strategic Healthcare. Strategic Healthcare did not keep their word with payment and every single month I had an agreement the nurse stayed at my home, they never paid me on time. They were late every single month and I imposed a late fee of $50.00 after 3 months. They promised to be on time and were not. Then they promised to pay the late fee and did not. Strategic Healthcare has no integrity and does not deserve more business from unsuspecting business partners such as myself. My contact at Strategic Healthcare was a woman named Sheryl Yates. She was the most unprofessional person I have ever done business with; as she shared too much information about her personal life with me — about company politics within Strategic Healthcare, her family, her son and her issues with her personal time management. She would just blurt out this information to me when I called about business. Many times over the phone, I told her I could not really talk to her about her personal life situations, as it was none of my business and we were in a business contract. But she continued to have unprofessioanl boundaries. As a result, I started writing emails to get my answers to issues I had with Strategic Healthcare. The last day the nurse stayed at my house (who was an incredibly obese, non-communicative messy horder, who left a mess in my bedroom when she moved out), Sheryl Yates stated she was refusing to pay the late fee or the final 4 days I allowed the nurse to stay (due to her needing to complete her contract with Cedars – Sinai). And actually lied on the phone to me about the day she thought the nurse moved in. Stating that they had paid me in full. This was a utter and complete fabrication, since I had the exact date she had moved in, signed in a contractual agreement. I waited several months to see if a manager would discover the unprofessional oversight of Sheryl Yates, but never received a check for the amount still due. To this day, Strategic Healthcare still owes me the grand total of $183.32. I would strongly suggest not using this company, as in my experience with working with them, they are thieves. .

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