The length of Interstaff’s agreement is three years—totaling to 6240 hours. The timeframe is not negotiable and can’t be reduced under any circumstances. Please see below for frequently-asked-questions pertaining to the agreement:
- I passed the NCLEX and did most of the process on my own. Does that qualify me to reduce the time of the contract? – Unfortunately no, all nurses are subjected to the same three-year agreement regardless of their status.
- Can I work overtime? If so, will that time count toward the 6240 hours? – Nurses can request to work overtime but those hours will not be applied to the 6240 total.
- Will I work at the same hospital during the three-year agreement? – Yes, our nurses are stationed at the same hospital the entire time.
- What will happen after the years has ended? – After the agreement, nurses are able to work anywhere in the U.S.
Do you have more questions about the contract’s length that weren’t answered? You can email all inquiries to email@example.com.