Traveling healthcare workers are frequent targets for companies trying to save on labor costs and maximize profits. As a result, the way they are paid often violates the law.
Companies pay these workers in a number of ways that can be improper. Some examples of potentially unlawful pay schemes are:
These are just a few of the ways that healthcare companies can take advantage of their traveling healthcare workers and violate their rights under federal and state laws. These schemes affect workers from phlebotomists, home health aides, and CNAs to therapy assistants, social workers, LPNs, RNs, and therapists.
If you are a traveling healthcare worker paid in one of the ways above, you may be owed wages. Call 615-244-2202 for a free and confidential consultation.