Stueve Siegel Hanson, a national litigation firm representing healthcare workers, is investigating potential claims against staffing agencies for taking advantage of traveling nurses by making “take-it-or-leave-it” pay-rate reductions in the middle of their contractual term.
The way it works is this: staffing agencies are making firm offers to traveling nurses to work at a healthcare facility for a specified term (i.e, three months) at an agreed-upon rate of pay.
Once the nurses commit (which may involve relocation, entering into short term leases, etc.), these companies are breaching or threatening to breach the agreed-to terms to renegotiate better terms for themselves — knowing the nurses no longer have viable alternatives.
In short: These agencies are making big promises that they intend to break or recklessly disregard at the expense of our most essential workers.
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