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When working with travel nurses, or other temporary staff, it is important to understand how to make their short term assignment a success. If you’re ready to bring in someone on a temporary basis, how can you improve their experience? Here are a few ways you can help to make the transition smoother for the… Read more »

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As a travel nurse you have some challenges that not every new employee will have. Each time you start a new assignment you are also starting over in a new town or city, learning your way around the area in addition to your new job. The challenge can be exhilarating and exhausting at the same… Read more »

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This month’s Travel Newsletter follows that of our Permanent newsletter in telling you why working with Fortus is like finding your own “pot of gold”. It also features our first ever Spotlight Recruiter section, featuring our very own Edward MacKenzie II. Click the link below to access the March Newsletter   March Travel Newsletter Note:… Read more »

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  Any traveler, having been traveling for years, or out on their very first assignment, would agree that one of the hardest things about being on the road is spending so much time away from friends and loved ones at home. As can be expected, this difficulty often increases during the holiday season. So how… Read more »

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There is not a single traveler out on the road who hasn’t gone through the transition stage of leaving a full time job for that very first travel assignment. And while any travel nurse or recruiter can discuss the positive aspects of starting travel until they are blue in the face, it really is a… Read more »

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The market is as competitive as ever for travel nurses. One of the most common questions is: How do you stay ahead of the competition? Many travel nurses want to know what they can do to give themselves the best shot at getting that travel assignment. Assignments can sometimes be few and far between. How… Read more »

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Any experienced traveler can tell you that every assignment is different. There are different people, different atmospheres, and different ways of operating. What any experienced traveler can also tell you is that while many facilities have wonderful coworkers and great management, there are also those facilities that are not as perfect. Whether it is coming… Read more »