Q: What happens if I feel my license is in danger at a travel assignment? Can I get out of my contract? A: Full disclosure-- this is incredibly rare in the world of travel therapy, but you may hear horror stories. There have been times in the past where travelers have felt the facility were … Continue reading FAQ FRIDAY – Unethical Practices
By Louis Teal - Rehab Therapy Recruiter It is no secret that we live in a world in which building quality relationships is a necessity to succeed. The world of Travel Therapy is no different. If you ask anyone, the single most important factor to traveling as a Therapist is building a great relationship with … Continue reading 5 Ways to Boost the Recruiter-Traveler Relationship
Q: I'm interested in traveling. How do I start? What's the process? How long does it take? First thing's first-- talk to a recruiter. Your experience with travel therapy relies heavily on the recruiter you choose. Take this opportunity to learn about how everything works. Don't be afraid to "interview" a few of them. During those … Continue reading FAQ FRIDAY – What’s the process?
Q: Is the cost of housing covered? Is housing provided or do I find it myself? A: Yes, the cost of housing is covered in every travel assignment. Please remember, in order for an assignment to be considered a "travel" your assignment location must be outside of a commutable distance from your tax home. There … Continue reading FAQ FRIDAY- Housing
Q: Should I work with multiple companies? How do I go about it? A: With so many companies in the industry, it can be hard to narrow down who to work with. Understandably, many decide to partner with a multiple travel companies to find positions. Other companies may discourage it, but I won't go so … Continue reading FAQ FRIDAY – Working with multiple companies