We're changing the face of corporate greed by giving back to our employees.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) December 23, 2008
Nursing Ventures, Inc., a temporary staffing agency for nurses, announces the receipt of The Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval™ certification for Health Care Staffing this month, an added testament, owner Daniel Teasdale extended, to the company's foundation of quality standards and ethical business practices.
The Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval™ certification is regarded as the highest honor a health care staffing company can receive. Nurse staffing agencies obtain certification to display the ability to provide qualified and competent nursing staff to medical facilities. "Earning this certification just further displays Nursing Venture's commitment to taking care of the nurses who work for us," Teasdale stated.
Nursing Ventures, Inc. is the first locally founded nurse staffing agency in Utah to earn the certification, and is among only four certified health care staffing agencies in the state.
About Nursing Ventures
Founded in 2004, Nursing Ventures, Inc. worked grass-roots efforts with dedication to fair business practices to evolve from a local start-up company to a mature nurse staffing agency with hospital contracts throughout the western United States.
Positioned as the highest paying nurse staffing agency for multiple nurse specialties, Teasdale focused on making Nursing Ventures, Inc. competitive to other nurse staffing agencies by foregoing employee sign-on incentives, bonuses, or costly perks that ultimately come out of the nurse-employee's bottom line. In lieu, employees are given higher pay with the majority of the company's profit going back to employees. "We're changing the face of corporate greed by giving back to our employees." Teasdale shared.
Additionally, Nursing Ventures, Inc. works closely with hospitals to keep staffing costs down on the principle that hospitals must be successful for Nursing Ventures, Inc. to succeed. "We recently proposed a change in a staffing arrangement with a client facility to save them a quarter of a million dollars a year." Teasdale stated. "What other nurse staffing agency would sacrifice so much money in order to see their client succeed?"
Nursing Ventures, Inc. recruits nurses with demonstrated excellence in their field, who must pass rigorous pre-employment screening, earning the company a reputation for outsourcing staff and travel nurses whom client hospitals can count on unequivocally. Teasdale found that the company's top-of-the-line nursing staff are eager to market themselves to hospitals for assignments, a practice Nursing Ventures, Inc. encourages. Allowing staff to act as independent professionals has boosted word-of-mouth advertising, keeping company advertising costs low-a further benefit to the employee bottom-line.
"Everything we do is with our nurses in mind," Teasdale commented. "With all the corporate greed in America, I feel a lot better giving money back to my employees rather than taking it from them."
Nursing Ventures, Inc. has reported an 80% increase in sales in the last six months.