The Texas Connection: Bridget Hoefling, the owner and CEO of Tri-State Nursing and Tri-state Nursing |Texas was born and raised in Marble Falls, Texas, but married and relocated to Iowa. After building up her Nursing Staffing business over the last 25 years that are primarily in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and expanding to surrounding states she wanted to return to her roots and provide help for the nursing shortage in Texas. Bridget frequently returns to Marble Falls to keep tabs on her bed and breakfast.
Temporary staff persons are employed by Tri-State Nursing | Texas, not the business that are using their services.
This can decrease the overall costs of the employee as the business does not have to provide benefits to a temporary staff member. In addition, bringing in temporary staff may reduce other overhead costs such as overtime for regular, full-time employees.
While the per-hour cost may be more than the per-hour cost of a full-time employee, temporary staff can be used as needed without a commitment of a 40-hour week.
How much does an employee really cost?
While that depends on benefits and several layers of taxes, it typically ends up being 18% to 26% more than a worker's base salary. It can be even higher for larger companies.
Here is an example of what you can expect when hiring an employee.
Social Security Tax=$1,547.52
State unemployment insurance=$170.44
Health care insurance benefits=$3,636.67
401 (k) benefits=$1,750
Work comp/Malpractice Insurance=$830.10
Actual Annual Salary, $33,256.65
If you’d like to avoid that we can help!
If you are dissatisfied with our employee’s performance, call our office within the first four hours of the shift to let us know, If we cannot resolve the performance issue while on shift, you will not be charged for those services.
Save Time and Money
Because the temporary staff person is an employee of the staffing agency and not the business, there is no concern about the person filing for unemployment when their services are no longer needed by the business.
This can also reduce overall operating costs for the business as the unemployment claims rate of the business will not be raised due to letting go of temporary staff.
Human resources costs may also decrease as managers will not be spending multiple hours dealing with unemployment claims and the Department of Labor.
You also save time and money with running ads, interviewing and training new employees.
In the event you would like to hire one our employees, contact us and we will explain the placement fee term
Being able to cancel shifts within 4 hours prior to the shift helps you to be in more control of your schedule.
Temporary employees allow businesses to use staff as needed. Temporary employees can be brought in to cover the vacation of an employee or maternity leave.
Tri-State Nursing | Texas can provide employees in a wide variety of disciplines to meet all of the needs of the business. The business then has the flexibility to use the services of the temporary staff as needed, whether it is a few hours a week or on a full-time basis.
Using Tri-State Nursing | Texas can avoid the permanent commitment that a full-time employee requires, saving both time and money.
Bringing in Tri-State Nursing | Texas professional employees to handle work overload can prevent employee burnout of full-time staff.
When work schedules are overloaded, employees can quickly become unmotivated and overwhelmed.
This can increase mistakes made as well as decrease productivity. Increased absenteeism is often a side effect when this occurs.
By bringing in temporary staff to handle the extra work load, full-time employees can continue to focus on their main job tasks.
At the end of the day, a properly staffed facility with everyone working together for the benefit and best care of the resident or patient is the reason we are all here.
Two positive work related references
Verification of current nursing license with the Board of Nursing
Current Physical and TB Clearance
Signed Patient Confidentiality Statement
Signed Code of Conduct
Various other JCAHO regulated requirements
Tri-State Nursing | Texas expects quality care and service from our professionals. Our quality assurance system is designed to set the standard and to deliver added value. Tri-State Nursing takes the responsibility for verifying qualifications, screening of candidates and maintenance of records for all its employees, to bring you the best nursing professionals in the industry.
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The Professionals with Pride Advantage:
Save on Want Ad and Application Costs
Save on Orientation/Training time and costs
Save on Payroll and Unemployment taxes
No Worker’s Compensation Costs
No Professional Liability Costs
No Unemployment Taxes
No Overtime Pay
Never have to worry about hiring the “right” candidate
Tri-State Nursing | Texas staffs medical professionals in hospitals, nursing homes, industrial sites, doctor’s offices, clinics and private home, or wherever a healthcare professional is needed.
Tri-State Nursing | Texas continues its pledge of service by providing a no charge policy. We are professionals with pride and work to please all of our customers. If you are dissatisfied with our employee’s performance, simply call our office within the first 4 hours of the shift and let us know of your dissatisfaction, and you will not be charged for those services.
Tri-State Nursing | Texas professionals are covered by general liability and professional practice insurance, worker’s compensation and bonding. Serving Clients in a wide variety of facilities in Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska and Texas. Our guarantee: Tri-State Nursing continues its pledge of service by providing a no charge policy. We are professionals with pride and work to lease all of our customers. If you are dissatisfied with our employee’s performance, simply call our office within the first 4 hours of the shift and let us know of your dissatisfaction, and you will not be charged for those services.