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Nurse licensure: What you need to know about eNLC

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Updated Apr. 12, 2018--

When it comes to your own licensing, it's critical that you stay up-to-date on legislation that could impact how or where you practice nursing. If you currently hold a multistate license or you've been thinking about traveling, it's time to pay attention because there are changes coming that bring new states (and new opportunities for travel), but not every NLC state has passed new legislation to adopt the enhanced licensing.

Why you should secure your winter travel nurse or allied assignment now

by FlexCare team members Alicia Keith, Angie Entwisle, and Taylor Stanfield

 

Get in on winter pay rates before the January surge!

Did you know that January is one of the busiest months for travelers applying for new assignments? Avoid getting caught in the “bottleneck” of people who had contracts end in December, or took time off for the holidays, or waited for the New Year. Once these well-meaning procrastinators are ready to begin a new adventure, the pool of candidates applying for jobs at the same time nears a fever pitch.

 

 

Top tips for traveling with your pet

If you've been thinking about becoming a travel nurse or allied clinician but you're hesitating because you don't want to leave Fido behind, there are steps you can take that will allow you to make Fido your travel companion.

 

There are lots of reasons to bring your pet along for the adventure. Traveling with your pet not only helps combat homesickness, it also reduces stress - and that can help you be an even better traveler.

 

Your recruiter and you: The most important relationship in your travel career

FlexCare recruiters meet with Joseph Smith of TravelTax
"My recruiter continues to amaze me with his knowledge, passion for FlexCare, and his can-do attitude. I'm so lucky to have such an awesome recruiter who always has my back!" ~ Caitlin C., ER RN

 

The one-to-one relationship between a travel nurse or clinician and their recruiter is vital to the success of any assignment.

 

Top 4 Ways to Stand Out in Your Travel Nursing Interview

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Whether you’re just starting out in travel nursing or you’ve been on a few assignments already, it’s important to sharpen your interview skills so you can make the best first impression! Hospitals are looking for nurses who are flexible as well as passionate about the open assignment. When you’re interviewing for a coveted position, here are a few ways you can stand out among other nurses vying for the same spot:


Response #1: “I’m open to various schedules.”