As a traveler for an RT company, I would say I don't think I'll be doing that as a nurse.
EVERY single thing I did was scrutinized to find fault. They said things to me that conveyed thier contempt at every opportunity. At the end of the contract, I was relegated to "stat everything person" in an attempt to get me to break the contract by leaving so they would not have to pay.
BUT....................PRN staffing was quite different.
In a local setting, the agency will call you back to a hospital to fill a position that will certainly happen again. If they treat you well
, they can expect that you will answer the phone:chuckle
I love Sjoe's phrase "stunnungly dysfunctional facility" because it fits the local PRN positions I filled.
I was more or less on-call to these places because they paid well, not because they gave me fruitbaskets or anything. They would call at all hours, and I would go because I was treated like I was really helping them, not that they were helping me by "letting" me come in out of a deep sleep:zzzzz