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Atlas Medstaff


Atlas Medstaff


Location: Omaha, NE

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by Travel RN on Atlas Medstaff
Carefully choose your recruiter

I did one assignment with Atlas Medstaff and expected to have a very different experience because many of the reviews online/on facebook were positive. I think your experience has a lot to do with who you have a recruiter but it seems that the pay is not competitive in comparison to other companies.
I found out that I was getting paid significantly less than my colleagues at the facility I was at and then when trying to re-negotiate for an extension I had to beg other nurses for examples of their pay packages because Atlas didn't believe me that other nurses were getting paid what I told them. That should not be the case. They also offered rather than to pay me more to put the extension bonus into the stipends, which was me paying myself more. I was not given a travel stipend to get to or from the assignment or a completion bonus.
Additionally, getting information was next to impossible. I asked about a facility and it took two weeks for me to get information about it, even with asking multiple times.
My suggestion is research your recruiter. You can look up who they are on the Atlas website. Read their bios. Look at their photos. If their bio has spelling errors- stay away.
I will say that a benefit is that they send you on a little trip when you sign on and the pay was on time and easy to submit with the app on your phone.

by Joanne on Atlas Medstaff
Atlas MedStaff

I love this company. My recruiter Jana is awesome. She is always on top of everything and willing to help in any way. My pay is good and I love the others I’ve had contact with in the company too.

by travel RN on Atlas Medstaff
Atlas medstaff

My experience with Atlas was much less than ideal. The main issue that I experienced was that my recruiter straight out lied to me. When interviewing different companies I asked if I couldn’t find my own housing if my housing would be provided for me. The answer I got at the time was yes, however when the time came I was told they absolutely did not provide housing only the stipend. My recruiter also insisted they would help me find housing. In reality I was just given information of other travelers that had been to the area. I was never presented with a position in any of the cities I asked for and as a result did not extend my contract or accept any other positions they presented.

by Cathy Hilton on Atlas Medstaff

I am more than impressed with Atlas. Atlas seems to be one of the most traveler friendly companies out there. They have your back, and they genuinely seem to care about their nurses. Their pay runs towards the higher end and the only complaint I have about the benefits is they aren't day one. They thr to get to know you and make your experience positive. In addition, when I once went on a cruise with friends who are Atlas travelers, one of them asked for money to donate to an orphanage near one of our ports of call. Atlas came through with a generous check.

by Experienced RN on Atlas Medstaff
Just say NO to this agency

I am am experienced RN who had travelled for over 3 years now. This company is one to stay away from. I should've known something was wrong when I had to call my recruiter at 6pm the night before my assignment was supposed to start to get the final confirmation of time and place. When there was an issue with the facility, this company completely left me out to dry. My recruiter flat out LIED to me on three separate occasions. He also would text me over and over for the most minute things. I think his expertise is micromanagement. The worst was when they held part of my pay for absolutely no legitimate reason. I have never not extended a contract, but this was one I couldn't wait to get out of.