A little sugar on top is never a bad thing. When it comes to Travel Nursing, there are many companies that offer bonuses to their Travelers for referrals, loyalty, completion, and more.
Many nurses consider bonuses a benefit and finding the right agency for many nurses can be a lot about shopping what benefits they offer. Each Traveler has different needs in terms of benefits, but when it comes to bonuses, who isn’t interested in that!
Here’s a quick rundown of a few Travel Nurse Companies and what they offer in the way of bonuses:
This pet friendly Travel Nurse company offers a $500 bonus for each nurse you refer that signs on and works with Medical Solutions for at least 30 days. There is no limit on how many Travelers you can refer, and for each successful referral you get $500.
They also offer a loyalty bonus that pays Travelers an extra $600 for every 600 hours worked. After that, the clock starts over and you can earn another $600 after the next 600 hours — no limit to the amount of these you can collect either. Completion bonuses are also offered on select assignments.
This staffing professional company offers referral and completion bonuses. They do not list the amount, but if you want more info I’d suggest asking your AT recruiter.
Click here for listed details.
This company’s refer-a friend bonus program offers bonuses in tiers based upon what your referral’s specialty/qualifications are. They offer a $500 referral bonus for Registered Nurses and even more (up to $1000) for Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapist Assistants, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Speech Language Pathologists.
Click here for full details on their referral bonus program. They also list select bonuses for completion and renewal, although exact amounts are not listed online.
Here are a few more:
Cross Country — Referral and completion
American Mobile — Referral
Medical Staffing Network — Referral
Core Medical Group — Referral
Aureus — Referral
The bottom line with bonuses: With every company you should always ask your recruiter what bonuses are available to you. Be sure that you check on all conditions that may apply, too, so you know exactly what to expect. Some bonus programs may have hidden strings, while others are very straightforward. It’s pretty standard that a referral bonus hinges on your referral actually signing with the company and working a certain amount of time. You will also want to ask if the bonus can be repeated. For example, is there a limit on how many people you can refer/how many bonuses you can collect?