Healthcare Traveler Tips

Get to Know Recruiter Steve Pehta

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Meet Steve Pehta, one of our most thoughtful and trusting recruiters. When he isn’t fishing with his family, Steve’s helping travel nurses catch their next big travel assignment. We sat down with Steve to learn more about why he does what he loves.   What interested you into becoming a travel nurse recruiter? Throughout my… Read more »

4 Ways to Recover After A Long Workday

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You’ve just finished a long travel nurse shift and the moment has come for you to head home. Hooray! But tomorrow you clock back in for a long one, so how do you recover in between shifts? Avoid the Caffeine Fix Oh the temptation to feed the caffeine addiction can be so uncontrollable at times…. Read more »

Get to Know Your Recruiter, Nick Morin

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We sat down with our very own Nick Morin, Senior Account Manager, to get to know a little more about him. Nick has been at Trusted Nurse Staffing for two years and has helped over 100 nurses find work they love. If you have not yet met Nick, connect with him on LinkedIn today and he’ll… Read more »

5 Most Common Traits of the Best Travel Nurses

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“A nurse is a person strong enough to tolerate everything and soft enough to understand everyone.” In 2015, USA Today reported that travel nursing is on the rise and doesn’t show signs of stopping. Hospitals want to hire the best travel nurse with the most experience, and so it’s what you do in your role… Read more »

How Employers Can Contain Costs with Staffing

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What business isn’t looking to control expenses? Staffing firms offer many effective solutions for reducing overhead, managing operating costs and improving organizational performance. Used effectively, staffing services can save you more than they cost. Here are some key ways you can use staffing to reduce costs in your organization: Convert fixed expenses to variable. Develop… Read more »