Feedback from travel therapists essential for improved experiences
Aaron Barton | posted July 06, 2012 |
When you accept a travel therapy position with 360 Healthcare Staffing, we value your experience and feedback. Throughout your assignment, we will stay in regular contact with you to assist with your transition and gauge any needs you may have in your new position. This blog reviews the information we request from you and how we use it to better your travel experience with 360.
Your feedback helps 360 when you tell us:
• How can we help make travel experience better
• Specific types of situations that were positive and negative on assignment
• Feedback for the 360 internal staff on our performance
• What you would like to be different on your next assignment
It's critical for travelers to take surveys seriously and provide detailed feedback. There will be multiple points of contact: Throughout the recruiting and hiring process; pre-assignment; weekly during the assignment; and an assignment-end survey.
Before your assignment, we ask for your preferences regarding housing, the ease of booking flights and rental cars in our system and your experience of the new hire paperwork process. During the assignment, we ask about your experience with support staff and payroll as well as communication with the finance department to address any payroll or paystub questions. After the assignment, we will ask about your overall impressions of working for 360.
With your valuable feedback, we can not only make your experiences better, but we can help all 360 travelers. So thank you for your participation and welcome aboard!
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