Published Jan 13, 2004
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i agree with you all...really they are unfriendly..In my situation they even advised me to stay away from family to be in acute care settings so that I will be marketable for them..I have already enrolled with them and now finding no way to get away from OGP. Is anyone ever tried to break the contract with OGP??
hi! thanks for sharing the info about o'grady peyton agency. i was about to sign up to the said agency. i never expected such bad reviews. Can you suggest any good/reliable agencies? thank you very much.
I am a US citizen. Worked for OGP as a traveler in Calif. Had completed the assign. and had just signed an extension when I had medical problems and was unable to finish extension. (I later had to have foot surgery). I informed them immediately, was trying to pack up as quick as possible and they expected me to be out of housing the next day. They told me if I wasn't working they were not making money and I was lucky I got that much notice. They are the worst, sent mgmt to my room the next day beating on the door saying I had to get out. Would never work for them or any of their sister companies again!
Can you tell us about your experience in the US?? are you still over there??
How is it going for you?? Tks
So glad I found this thread. There is no way I will work for OGP. Thanks for all the updates over the years. I'm an RN working in Florida. What do you want to know about the States?
What is the website for the us British nurses agency please xc
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