You're welcome OBNurseShelley..
You know I went back and read my first post just now...and I saw how it could have been read differently. I'm glad you have found a good agency, as that is the most difficult trick of all in this business.
ali ...this business is all about trust! You must be able to trust your recruiter and the company you work with. The most important relationship is the one you have with your recruiter! I have had some good ones, and some bads ones. Here is the way I tell which is which. When I talk to them...are they listening?? Did they hear
exactly what "I" said. If they didn't...I move on.
The highest pay rate in the world...means nothing if you have a lazy...uncaring recruiter.
The best to find out which company is best for you is to interview them. Find out who staffs where you want to go, and who has the benefits, and rates...in those places. Then decide what it is ...that you must have, and what would make traveling easier for you and your daughter. Then go down the list and interview each recruiter.
While you're interviewing them...think about if something happened...and you were in a bind...would you feel comfortable talking to this person. Do they call back when they say they will. Do you get voice mail too often...with no callback by the end of the day. Do they interrupt you while you're talking....?
After you do that...talk to other travelers who work that company and those who used
to work for them...and get some feedback.
It may take you awhile to find the right company..so plan ahead. You won't be sorry you did your homework...before
you signed on the dotted line. But you could be very sorry if you don't ! I can attest to the personally! Take care and take it slow..