Soliant - page 3
Has anyone used Soliant as an agency? They have a lot of jobs in Georgia, particularly in Atlanta, where I'm interested in traveling. Anyone know about them? The good, bad, ugly? Is pay competitive?... Read More
Mar 16, '14I'm between assignments working on my house. I'll probably go to California in a couple of weeks.
Nov 30, '16I am truly sorry I signed on with this company. I did because they offered a contract with the IHS and I've always wanted to work with Native Americans. I took a pay cut and found out later from other travel nurses I worked with that they were all making more $$ and were offered more perks in terms of stipends, bonuses.
It was a stressful working environment with lots of drama which I won't get into, but I did well (they wanted me to stay).
I took some time off to visit family and do some personal traveling. In that time I received a call from another nurse recruiter from Soliant( my previous one had left the agency). I asked him to check into some opportunities in a specific area. He told me he would get back to me.
Now this is the clincher! 3 weeks went by; I never received a call back from him. I call Soliant and gave my name 3 times to the person manning the main line. They can't find me in their records????
So bizarre. This was yesterday. The man said he would call back, presumably when they got things straightened out. No call...
Needless to say, this was the last straw, so I will be going with another agency.
This is only my experience, but I wanted to caution others who may be thinking of this agency. Be sure you know what you're getting into and be firm with what you want..