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FAQs

Q How does Towne work?
At Towne Nursing, your needs and wants are our top priority. We match our nurses with a position that suits their availability and travel time. After you come in for your interview with your required documents, you will receive a call with an offer for placement.
Q Do I have to commit to a job?
NO. You are not committed to work with Towne after your interview, however once you accept a position with us, you are committed to your schedule and shifts which are set up according to your availability.
Q How much notice do I get before orientation?
That depends on the facility. Some facilities give us over 2 weeks notice, while some can give us next-day notice. If you aren’t available for one orientation, there’s always another coming up!
Q What happens if I get hurt or injured on the job?
Towne Nursing employees are covered under Towne's Workers Comp policy. A HR Specialist will assist you with filing your claim and obtain the necessary services to recover from your injury.
Q How often do I get paid?
Weekly. Your check goes out on Friday, and will get to you over the weekend or Monday, depending on your mail.
Q What’s considered time and a half?
Over 40 hours a week and certain legal holidays.
Q Who do I call if I need to cancel a shift and how much notice do I have to give?
Call your scheduling coordinator at least 24 hours in advance.
Q How often do I get a schedule?
Depending on the facility, your scheduling coordinator will give you your schedule either weekly or monthly.The coordinator will likely call you to let you know of any open shifts that come up, to see if you’re available.
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