Juno Agency? Is it any good?

  1. Have you guys heard of Juno Agency? Are they any good? Please share your experiences, thanks guys!
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  3. by   suzanne4
    We have all heard of these agencies, all I can add is to do your homework very carefully with any of them.

    Pay close attention to the contract, the cancellation clause, if you will be direct hire with a facility, or work for the agency. How long is the contract? How long is your training period/orientation? Will you be placed in a hospital or nursing home (LTC)?

    LTCs will give you thirty plus patients per shift that you are legally responsible for and will also give you the fastest chance of losign your license.

    Be very careful with any documents that you sign for any agency, once signed, they are legally binding in a court of law in most cases.
  4. by   suzanne4
    And this thread is being moved to the International Forum as it deals with working in the US, and not the Philippines.

    And also suggest that you do a search, there are multiple threads on agencies and what to look for and what to stay away from.
  5. by   dizzydean
    Quote from suzanne4
    We have all heard of these agencies, all I can add is to do your homework very carefully with any of them.

    Pay close attention to the contract, the cancellation clause, if you will be direct hire with a facility, or work for the agency. How long is the contract? How long is your training period/orientation? Will you be placed in a hospital or nursing home (LTC)?

    LTCs will give you thirty plus patients per shift that you are legally responsible for and will also give you the fastest chance of losign your license.

    Be very careful with any documents that you sign for any agency, once signed, they are legally binding in a court of law in most cases.
    Thank you very much suzanne4. I'll definitely keep those in mind.

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