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Ultimate Locum Tenens celebrates first annual National Locum Tenens Week

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Ultimate Locum Tenens is celebrating the first National Locum Tenens Week (August 14-18, 2017) by recognizing the thousands of medical professionals who serve as locum tenens providers. Our Company Purpose – “To make life better for the people we serve” – aligns with the goals of locum tenens providers who fulfill the needs of clinics and hospitals to give much-needed care to patients. Continue reading

FORTUNE Names Ultimate Locum Tenens Organization a Best Workplace for Millennials

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Roth Staffing Companies, the parent company of Ultimate Locum Tenens, has been ranked #24 on FORTUNE’s list of the country’s Best Workplaces for Millennials, announced by research and consulting firm Great Place to Work.  Roth’s ranking was based on direct feedback from Roth’s Millennial coworkers across its six specialized business lines including Ultimate Staffing Services (the 11th largest office/admin staffing company in the U.S.), Ledgent Finance & AccountingAdams & Martin GroupLedgent TechnologyAbout Talent, and Ultimate Locum Tenens.

The Fortune ranking considered 398,000 surveys that assessed organizations’ fairness, teamwork, benefits and other elements essential to an outstanding work culture. While many companies report high turnover among younger workers, an average of 85% of Millennial front-line employees at the Best Workplaces say they want to work at their organizations for a long time.

“We want every coworker of every generation to feel inspired and cared for at Roth Staffing Companies,” said Adam Roth, CEO.  “Although it is a journey and we are continually creating more training and mentorship programs, we are honored to see the Great Place to Work results and learn that our career paths and workplace flexibility initiatives are making life better for, not just our millennials, but all coworkers.”

Roth is proud to offer structured career paths, ample recognition programs, paid community service hours, and a unique 9/80 flex schedule – programs popular amongst Millennials, but desired by all generations. Roth Staffing Companies works with employers on a daily basis and is transparent in sharing best practices that have worked well with its own internal employees including White Papers such as this one here.

Based on survey responses, one millennial coworker at Roth shared with Fortune, “I love the community connections and encouragement that Roth staffing provides to its coworkers through incentives. I also love how open management is to hearing ideas from everyone within the company. You can tell they actually take the time to discuss ideas and implement them if possible to try and make the best working environment for their employees.”

“Millennials expect more from their employers in areas like fair treatment, clear communication, authentic leadership and opportunities for advancement – and rightly so. The Best Workplaces for Millennials are finding that fulfilling all these expectations by building a high-trust culture boosts Millennial employees’ intent to stay by 20 times,” said Michael Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work.

The Best Workplaces for Millennials is one of a series of rankings by Great Place to Work and FORTUNE based on employee feedback from Great Place to Work–Certified™ organizations. Over the past year, Roth has been ranked by FORTUNE on six best workplaces lists including ranking #1 as the Best Workplace for Consulting and Professional Services and ranking as the #11 Best Medium Workplace (its second appearance on the list), as well as FORTUNE Best Workplace lists for TexasRecent Grads, Giving Back, and Best Workplaces for Women.

Roth has gained a lot of attention for its unique culture and dedication to its employees. Most recently, Roth was recognized with SHRM’s When Work Works award for creating a flexible and effective workplace.

The organization has been recognized a seventh consecutive year by Staffing Industry Analysts as a 2017 “Best Staffing Firm to Work For,” was named one of Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in North America, and was recognized by the Stevie Awards for Great Employers as Employer of the Year.

About Ultimate Locum Tenens

Ultimate Locum Tenens, an organization affiliated with Roth Staffing Companies, is an expert healthcare staffing solutions provider. The company specializes in recruiting and placing Physicians, Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners in temporary positions for health care facilities throughout the nation. Using their experience and industry-leading processes, Ultimate Locum Tenens is committed to finding the Ultimate Fit for their healthcare clients and medical professionals seeking locum tenens assignments.

 

About Roth Staffing Companies

Roth Staffing Companies is one of the largest privately-held staffing companies in the country, operating from more than 100 locations in 20 states and the District of Columbia via six specialized business lines: Ultimate Staffing Services, the 11th largest office/clerical staffing company in the country, Ledgent Finance & Accounting, Adams & Martin Group (legal staffing), Ledgent Technology & Engineering, and affiliates Ultimate Locum Tenens and About Talent (a workforce solutions company).

Roth Companies stands as the only firm in the industry ever ranked #1 on the Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing, privately-owned companies, and is the only one to receive all of the industry’s most prestigious honors in a single year, accomplishing this feat for two consecutive years. The organization is consistently ranked among the 50 largest staffing companies in the country.

Visit www.rothstaffing.com for more information or call (714) 939-8600.

 

About the Best Workplaces for Millennials

Rankings are based on feedback from over 398,000 employees at Great Place to Work– Certified™ organizations. An anonymous Trust Index© survey assessed Millennial employees’ experience of their managers’ competence, respect and fairness in the workplace, meaningful work and other elements essential for an outstanding workplace. Results were compared to colleagues’ responses from other generations. Rankings also take into account the consistency of experience for all Millennials, across various job roles and demographic backgrounds.

 

About Great Place to Work

Great Place to Work is the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. Through its certification programs, Great Place to Work recognizes outstanding workplace cultures and produces the annual Fortune “100 Best Companies to Work For®” and Great Place to Work Best Workplaces lists for Millennials, Women, Diversity, Small and Medium Companies, industries and, internationally, countries and regions. Through its culture consulting services, Great Place to Work helps clients create great workplaces that outpace peers on key business metrics like revenue growth, profitability, retention and stock performance.

Follow Great Place to Work at www.greatplacetowork.com and on Twitter at @GPTW_US.

 

From the new resident to the seasoned M.D., locum tenens holds appeal for a wide range of physicians

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Amid reports of physician burn-out and an impending shortage of providers in the very near future, one area of medicine that is experiencing positive growth is locum tenens. Defined as “one temporarily taking the place of another,” locum tenens roles in medicine are generally physicians or other providers, such as nurse practitioners or physician assistants, who take on temporary roles to “fill in” for absent providers or meet a specific short-term clinical staffing need.

Locum Tenens numbers on the rise

In their 2016 biennial survey of physicians, Merritt Hawkins and the Physicians Foundation found that 11.5% of physicians said they planned to take locum tenens assignments, compared to 9% in 2014. Medscape notes that this would mean the number of locum tenens doctors could soon be nearly double the 6% of all doctors who now work in locum tenens positions.

What’s the appeal of locum tenens assignments for physicians? Freedom, variety, the opportunity to travel, and increased income potential are just a few of the perks of the locum tenens life – all of which appeal to physicians at various stages of their lives and careers.

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For residents and physicians deciding where to eventually “settle down,” locum tenens offers an opportunity to gain clinical experience, sample life in various parts of the country, and potentially earn extra money while paying off student loans. Anne Anderson of the National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations (NALTO) notes, “We’re getting more residents, especially millennials, who want to travel and work differently than other generations. They see locums as a way that can meet some of their personal goals.”

According to Medscape, locum tenens doctors can earn “almost as much doing the same work or less, even in a rural locale, as one can in a full-time position at a clinic, group practice, or hospital in a major city. If you’re willing to work overtime, you can earn significantly more.” This is a highly attractive option for residents and new physicians eager to pay down tens of thousands of dollars in medical school debt.

Mid-career doctors seeking balance

The Merritt Hawkins and the Physicians Foundation survey found that 49% of physicians “often or always experience feelings of burn-out.” There comes a time when working very long days with no break in sight conflicts with a physician’s desire to balance time with family or other outside interests. Medscape notes, “Being able to achieve a good work/life balance is a major appeal of locum work for many doctors.”

Certain types of locum tenens opportunities can provide that balance. Locum tenens physicians may also choose to work an assignment, then take time off (to travel, to care for family, or to pursue other interests) before the next assignment. Locum tenens assignments can also provide a break in the monotony of practicing the same type of medicine for many years, allowing the physician to explore a new area or even give their career a new direction. Additionally, for a physician who has taken extended time off to raise their children or care for an ailing relative, locums work can help smooth the transition back into the workforce.

Pre-retirees ready to slow down – but not bow out

Seasoned physicians who want to continue their practice of medicine – but at a reduced pace – may find locum tenens is a good way to transition into retirement. A temporary or “fill-in” role can be less intense than the ongoing workload of a full-time physician with his or her own practice. Locum tenens assignments have a definite “end,” so physicians can plan their assignments as they choose, perhaps with longer breaks in between roles. Many pre-retirees also view locum tenens work as an opportunity to “give back” in ways they may not have been able to during their full-time career, such as providing care in an underserved community.

Trends in the US workforce show that individuals are seeking more flexibility and freedom – and that seems to apply to physicians as well. Locum tenens work offers doctors in all stages of their careers an appealing way to achieve personal goals while still serving patients.

Sources: Healthcaredive.com, Medscape.com

How to Make a Better Team through Shared Purpose

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It’s no secret that individuals pursue careers in health care for the satisfaction and deep sense of purpose this professional path provides. “Healthcare professionals who are happy and flourishing have a deep sense of purpose,” says anesthesiologist Robin Youngson, M.D. of the organization Hearts in Healthcare. “They bring their knowledge, skills, caring and compassion in the service of their patients’ lives. That protects them from burnout by giving them deeper meaning, joy and satisfaction in their work.” (Monster.com)

Healthcare leadership can bring together individual providers and employees to create an even larger sense of purpose that permeates and drives the organization toward greater success. A shared purpose amongst a team – and across an entire organization – serves as a powerful motivator and has a positive effect on the entirety of your organization. A shared purpose spreads across providers, employees and leadership, inspiring everyone to play a part in something bigger and leading to higher quality care.

Esprit de corps, Raison d’etre 

The spirit of the group, a reason for being – a shared purpose is more than a decorative quote for your hospital lobby. A shared purpose goes beyond the services offered by your practice. It is the “why:” why an ER physician works overnight, why a Nurse Practitioner volunteers time on the weekend, and why your organization exists at all.

A shared purpose serves as a north star, directing the organization, ensuring that everyone is rowing in the same direction. A study by Deloitte found that in organizations with a strong sense of purpose, 73% of employees were engaged, compared to only 24% of employees in organizations without. 

Forbes states that organizations with a shared purpose are more cross-communicative. A shared purpose inspires –and almost forces— collaboration, as all members are responsible for and desire similar results. “In spite of efforts to improve performance, most organizations struggle to provide what people really need most to be successful – an emotional connection to the team and work,” says Curt Coffman, author of Culture Eats Strategy for Lunch. 

Purpose 101 

Whether it’s on an organizational or departmental level, purpose should drive your team. The process of establishing and maintaining a shared purpose remains the same for both. With all the great work your team and organization does, it deserves to be for a greater good.

First Things First 

Before immediately establishing a purpose, other needs must be met. Purpose is tricky, because it serves as a basic building block for the entirety of an organization and its practices, but it is difficult to encourage employees to care about a shared purpose if their basic needs are not met.

An employee simply cannot care about a bigger picture if their salary is not secure, or if their job is unstable, or work under unsafe conditions. Basic needs must be met before complex ones. Money cannot be the purpose, but purpose cannot be achieved without it. Employees need a fair salary and benefits before they can be expected to champion the purpose. However, employees are more likely to accept a lower salary for work they consider to be meaningful.

Defining a Purpose 

A purpose is not a goal. A goal is on the map, and the purpose is the compass. A goal has an end, while a purpose is continuous. Even after a goal is achieved, a purpose continues to guide past that.

The beauty of a shared purpose is that it exists whether you recognize it or not. A purpose is not created, it is discovered. Your organization already plays a role in people’s lives. It’s about connecting your team with that purpose by identifying it.

Define your purpose in tiers: what your organization does for the greater world, what your team does for the organization, and what the individuals do for the team. This increases accountability, and gives the individual meaning within the purpose.

The process is simple: have a conversation. If you are defining an overall organizational purpose, meet with senior leaders. If you are defining it by department or team, meet together and lead the discussion. Work together to define the purpose. Start with: What do we do? And from there ask: Why does it matter?  Then document it for everyone to see and reference back to.

Define each individual’s role within the purpose. While physicians and other providers tend to get the spotlight, it’s critical to recognize that everyone in the organization plays an essential role in your group’s overarching purpose. Make sure that everyone, from the Physician Assistant to the accountant team to the nursing staff to the receptionist understands their own role in the greater purpose.

From There… 

Once a shared purpose is defined, every decision should be made with that purpose in mind. When your staff has new ideas or desires, ask them how it will contribute to the purpose.

Maintain this in hiring decisions. When interviewing, gauge each candidate’s passion for your purpose. Ask them what they see as the purpose of the team and their role.

If they just don’t get it, they are probably not a suitable hire. Personal responsibility for the purpose allows team members to find and utilize that intrinsic motivation. And personal passion combined with responsibility keeps the purpose self-sustaining.

Take It Outside 

Don’t let your purpose stay within the walls of your organization. Authenticity is key when it comes to a purpose, and where and how you apply it will build that genuineness. Communicate your purpose to your patients and partners, and apply it to community endeavors. Give back in a way that aligns with your team’s purpose and you will build a loyal, engaged team.

Leading with Purpose 

It is most important for the conversation about purpose to continue long after it is defined. It must be consciously implemented on a daily basis. As a leader, your team and organization will look to you and follow your lead.

Purpose is rooted in servant leadership, meaning that you lead based on what you do for others. This type of leadership empowers others, rather than commands, and is key in continuing a purpose beyond its definition. As leader it is your responsibility demonstrate the purpose on a daily basis, while removing obstacles that will keep your team from living it as well.

By implementing and nurturing a shared purpose, you empower the people in all aspects of your organization, making their lives better.

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About Ultimate Locum Tenens

Ultimate Locum Tenens, an organization affiliated with Roth Staffing Companies, is an expert healthcare staffing solutions provider. The company specializes in recruiting and placing Physicians, Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners in temporary positions for health care facilities throughout the nation. Using their experience and industry-leading processes, Ultimate Locum Tenens is committed to finding the Ultimate Fit for their healthcare clients and medical professionals seeking locum tenens assignments.

Ultimate Locum Tenens’ Parent Company Named a “2017 Best Staffing Firm to Work For” and a “2017 Best Staffing Firm to Temp for” by Staffing Industry Analysts

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For the seventh consecutive year, Roth Staffing Companies, L.P. (the parent company of Ultimate Locum Tenens) has been named a “2017 Best Staffing Firm to Work For” and this is the fourth year they’ve been named a “2017 Best Staffing Firm to Temp For” by Staffing Industry Analysts. Staffing Industry Analysts, a global advisor on contingent work and a leading voice of the staffing industry, recognized Roth Staffing based on anonymous survey feedback from internal coworkers and the temporary employees the organization places on assignment.

Roth Staffing is the only office/administrative staffing firm to receive both accolades and one of only seven staffing firms to receive the Best Staffing Firms To Temp For in all of North America.

“There is nothing more special than receiving recognition based on the direct feedback from our own coworkers and our own Ambassadors,” said Adam Roth, CEO of Roth Staffing Companies. “This distinguished honor belongs to each coworker of Roth Staffing.  Our coworkers are the ones who champion our unique culture and core Values – they make the workplace fun – they make their fellow coworker feel cared about and valued – they make life better for our Ambassadors while out on assignment for our business clients.  It is an incredible and humbling honor to be one of only five large staffing firms receiving this award from within our industry.”

Roth was selected based on feedback from internal coworkers and Ambassadors (the temporary employees they place on assignment) of all its business lines including Ultimate Staffing Services (the 11th largest office/admin staffing company in the U.S.), Ledgent Finance & Accounting, Adams & Martin Group (legal), Ledgent Technology, Ultimate Locum Tenens, and About Talent. The program, sponsored by Monster®, measured key engagement factors including teamwork, trust in senior leaders, feeling valued, manager effectiveness, compensation and benefits, workplace culture, and opportunities for recognition and career development. High employee engagement and satisfaction scores earned the entire Roth Staffing organization a spot among only five Best Staffing Firms to Work For in the Large Company category.

“By celebrating excellence within the staffing industry, these awards recognize the importance of employee trust, brand growth, and effective leadership which is paramount to a successful and productive workplace,” said Jim Lanzalotto, Monster’s senior vice president of staffing and health care.

Roth is becoming renowned for its award-winning culture both in and outside the staffing industry. Over the past year, Roth has been ranked by Fortune on five best workplaces lists including the #11 Best Medium Workplace (its second appearance on the list), and Fortune Best Workplace lists for TexasRecent Grads, Giving BackConsulting and Professional Services, and Best Workplaces for Women.

The organization was named one of Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in North America, and was recognized by the Stevie Awards for Great Employers as Employer of the Year.  Additionally, Roth Staffing Companies was recognized with the When Work Works award for its innovation in creating a flexible workplace.

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About Ultimate Locum Tenens

Ultimate Locum Tenens, an organization affiliated with Roth Staffing Companies, is an expert healthcare staffing solutions provider. The company specializes in recruiting and placing Physicians, Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners in temporary positions for health care facilities throughout the nation. Using their experience and industry-leading processes, Ultimate Locum Tenens is committed to finding the Ultimate Fit for their healthcare clients and medical professionals seeking locum tenens assignments.

 

About Roth Staffing Companies 

Roth Staffing Companies is one of the largest privately-held staffing companies in the country, operating from more than 100 locations in 20 states and the District of Columbia via six specialized business lines: Ultimate Staffing Services, the 11th largest office/clerical staffing company in the country, Ledgent Finance & Accounting, Adams & Martin Group (legal staffing), Ledgent Technology, and affiliates Ultimate Locum Tenens and About Talent (a workforce solutions company).

 

Roth Companies stands as the only firm in the industry ever ranked #1 on the Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing, privately-owned companies, and is the only one to receive all of the industry’s most prestigious honors in a single year, accomplishing this feat for two consecutive years.  The organization is consistently ranked among the 50 largest staffing companies in the country.

 

About Staffing Industry Analysts

Founded in 1989, SIA is the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions. Their proprietary research covers all categories of employed and non-employed work including temporary staffing, independent contracting and other types of contingent labor. SIA’s independent and objective analysis provides insights into the services and suppliers operating in the workforce solutions ecosystem including staffing firms, managed service providers, recruitment process outsourcers, payrolling/compliance firms and talent acquisition technology specialists such as vendor management systems, online staffing platforms, crowdsourcing and online work services. SIA also provides training and accreditation with our unique Certified Contingent Workforce Professional (CCWP) program.

Known for their award-winning content, data, support tools, publications, executive conferences and events, helping both suppliers and buyers of workforce solutions make better-informed decisions that improve business results and minimize risk. As a division of the international business media company, Crain Communications Inc., SIA is headquartered in Mountain View, California, with offices in London, England.

Fortune Names Roth Staffing Companies a Top Ten Best Workplace in Texas

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Roth Staffing Companies is proud to do business in Texas, one of the fastest-growing states in the union, and to be ranked #10 out of 50 Best Workplaces in Texas by Fortune Magazine and Great Place to Work.  This includes the specialized business lines of Roth Staffing Companies operating in Texas:  Ultimate Staffing ServicesLedgent Finance & AccountingLedgent TechnologyAdams & Martin Group, and Ultimate Locum Tenens.

The Best Workplaces in Texas are selected based on employees’ assessment of their organizations’ culture, professional development, leadership credibility and other factors. Among more than 100,000 people surveyed at businesses operating in Texas, those at the Best Workplaces gave their companies high marks for creating warm, friendly environments where colleagues truly care about each other and their communities. The winning organizations also out-performed their peers on measures of pride, work-life balance and the fairness of their compensation.

“Although Roth Staffing Companies operates nationwide, the values of our company are particularly aligned with the values of our clients and candidates in the great state of Texas,” says Kristi Kennedy, Senior Vice President at Roth Staffing.  “With 11 branch offices located in the lone-star state, I’m so very proud of the work culture our Texas coworkers have championed.  They not only make life better for the people we serve, but they support and care for each other.  They eagerly participate in our company’s community volunteer initiatives, health challenges, and support the many recognition programs that celebrate their coworkers.”

People at the Best Workplaces in Texas were more likely to say they look forward to coming to work and that they’re willing to give extra to get the job done – traits that help Roth Staffing better serve its Ambassadors (the temporary employees who represent them) and clients.

“Texans have a reputation for outsized pride in their state. At the Best Workplaces in Texas, they’re also proud of the work they do for businesses that offer high levels of camaraderie and confidence in their leaders,” said Kim Peters, Executive Vice President of Great Place to Work.

Roth is becoming a regular on Fortune’s Best Workplaces lists. Over the past year, Roth was ranked by Fortune as the #11 Best Medium Workplace (its second appearance on the list), in addition to Best Workplace lists for Recent Grads, Consulting and Professional ServicesGiving Back, and Best Workplaces for Women.

Fortune is not the only organization to take notice of Roth’s workplace culture. The organization was recently named one of Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in North America, and was recognized by the Stevie Awards for Great Employers as Employer of the Year. This is in addition to their sixth win from Staffing Industry Analysts for “Best Staffing Firms to Work For,” and third time being named a “Best Staffing Firm to Temp For.” Additionally, Roth Staffing Companies was recognized with the When Work Works award for its innovation in creating a flexible workplace.

Employee Engagement is Worth the Commitment

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With regard to managing your healthcare staff and providers, Ultimate Locum Tenens has found that engagement is a critical foundation for success. Truly engaged healthcare employees are more critical than ever, in the midst of what Forbes describes as the “dual pursuits of clinical and operational excellence in a highly competitive environment.”

Even with advances in technology, Forbes states, “Healthcare is still a people-intensive business, and improving HCAHPS scores and reducing HACs requires an investment in human capital—specifically, on employee engagement.”

Defining “engagement”

What exactly makes an employee “engaged” in their work? It’s more than just being happy or satisfied. Engagement happens when employees have an “emotional commitment” to their company. Forbes notes, “When your employees are engaged, they care about your hospital, their team and their patients…When they care—they give discretionary effort.”

The benefits of engagement

According to the Harvard Business Review, “When employees believe their organization truly values quality care — and also get the support they need on the job — their patients are more satisfied, they take less sick time and have fewer on-the-job accidents, and health outcomes are better.”

The same dynamic applies to quality, too: “[U]nits scoring in the top percentiles on positive organizational culture had blood-stream infection rates and mortality rates significantly lower than in units scoring at the bottom percentiles on positive organizational culture.”

How do you measure engagement?

Formal surveys are the first step. According to Becker’s Hospital Review, “Healthcare providers can benefit from adopting a research-driven approach” similar to big companies like Google. Organizations can use the data to develop action plans to increase engagement.

Ultimate Locum Tenens’ own internal surveys provide the insight we need to make sound business decisions that will keep our internal coworkers passionate about their job and their company. We conduct Engagement Surveys twice a year and create a game plan based on the results to improve overall experiences for our clients and Ambassadors (our term for the temporary NPs and PAs we place on assignment for clients).

Critical factors in employee engagement

According to the Gallup Organization, only 32% of U.S. employees are actively engaged. Other sources report engagement levels as low as 29%, and disengaged workers as high as 26%. Employees across all industries with low engagement levels are linked to higher absenteeism, lower profitability, more workplace accidents, and higher turnover.

On the other hand, engaged employees are the foundation of a healthy business. Increased retention from engaged employees allows us to build a stronger, more consistent relationship with customers that will last over time.

Creating engaged Ambassadors

Locum Tenens NPs and PAs are in a unique position as an “employee” of two organizations. According to Staffing Industry Analysts, temporary employees report not feeling like “real” employees (even though they do real work!) and often feel as though they are entering an unwelcoming workspace.

Our unique Ambassador Program® allows temporary providers to feel empowered and engaged in your workplace, and understand exactly what is needed from them. When our Ambassadors utilize the program on assignment, overall customer and Ambassador satisfaction increases dramatically.

The importance of engaged clients

We’ve learned from our clients that when we respond to issues within 24 hours we directly and significantly impact their satisfaction. Through our formalized commitment to Problem Resolution Time (PRT) Ultimate Locum Tenens is dedicated to resolving issues as soon as possible, allowing us to continue to build an even stronger relationship with you.

Furthermore, our specialized Process Adapt™ tool gives us insight into your organization, and how we can better understand your business goals, internal culture, and what we can do to create a Remarkable Experience.

Engagement relies on human connection. When our coworkers, Ambassadors and clients work in tandem, we can lead to a stronger, more transparent, and effective relationship.

Sources: Forbes, Becker’s Hospital Review, Harvard Business Review, Gallup

About Ultimate Locum TenensUltimate Locum Tenens, a wholly owned subsidiary of Roth Staffing Companies, is an expert healthcare staffing solutions provider. The company specializes in recruiting and placing Physicians and Advanced Practice Providers (including Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners) in temporary positions for health care facilities throughout the nation. Using their experience and industry-leading processes, Ultimate Locum Tenens is committed to finding the Ultimate Fit for their healthcare clients and medical professionals seeking locum tenens assignments.

Ultimate Organization recognized by Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in North America

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Ultimate Locum Tenens is an affiliate of Roth Staffing Companies, which has been named one of Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in North America. This annual award recognizes top employers that display leadership and innovation in engaging their workplaces across the continent. Companies with more than 500 employees throughout the U.S. and Canada, from all industries, are evaluated. This is Roth’s second Achievers win. Continue reading