Legal Overview

Fall-off rate is an industry term that in real English translates to the number of assignments that fail to complete f...

Background checks Background checks are required for travelers for most hospitals. Hospitals understandably want ...

Blacklists are legal when used internally. What constitutes an internal use of privileged employment information? The ...

Dallas Fort-Worth Hospital Council / GroupOne Services Blacklist   The Dallas Fort-Worth Hospital Council was started...

What is a non-compete clause? A non-compete clause (also called a do-not-compete agreement, or more whimsically a f...

Aureus Nursing versus traveler   Basic facts {mprestriction ids="3,6,8"} This is a summary of the kno...

In these hard times, travelers are experiencing longer downtime periods between contracts. It comes as a surprise to man...

Are guaranteed hours really guaranteed? Guaranteed hours sounds great in this economy, right? However, seeing that ph...

Meet Your Legal TeamPanTravelers is proud to welcome the Law Firm of Reben, Benjamin, and March to the Association team....

  Introduction to California overtime regulations The laws governing overtime in California differ dramatically...

Unemployment benefits for travelers? It may come as a surprise that travelers are eligible for unemployment at the ...

Your assignment hospital has just terminated your contract. What now?   {mprestriction ids="3,6"} Profes...

 Legal Services Overview  A traveler has a contract with an agency to work at a healthcare facility for 13 wee...

  Key Points A contract is an agreement between you and your agency. A contract should represent the...

 What is a contract? A contract is a contractual agreement between two parties. The term contract is synonymous ...
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