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RNnetwork’s loyalty program: Here’s how we reward you

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Whether you’re about to take your first assignment with us or you’re an RNnetwork veteran, we value your friendship. So much so that we’d like to reward your commitment to RNnetwork with our loyalty program! Here’s what you need to know:

You get a bonus just for logging hours

Any RNnetwork provider who works at least 1,500 hours between Jan. 1, 2022 and Dec. 31, 2022 will receive a $1,000 bonus. Most travelers achieve this by working three assignments plus eight shifts with RNnetwork. If you work three 12-hour shifts a week during your 13-week assignment, you’ll already have nearly 500 hours.

Overachievers get more $$$

If you’ve already earned your full loyalty bonus or are getting close to the required hours, you can increase your bonus by continuing to work with us. Once you have achieved your 1,500 hours, you’ll earn $100 more for every additional 100 hours worked through Dec 31, 2022.

But wait…there’s more: A mid-year loyalty bonus!

Too late to earn the annual loyalty bonus? We have something just for you. If you work 750 hours with RNnetwork between July 1, 2022, and Dec. 31, 2022, you will receive a $500 bonus. In order to qualify, you will need to start an assignment no later than Aug. 16. Typically 20 weeks will give you enough hours to earn the bonus.

You could win big too!

Every RNnetwork provider who earns the full loyalty bonus this year by working at least 1,500 hours will also be automatically entered to win a trip valued at $5,000. The winner can choose any destination they wish, and our travel experts will assist with the booking. We’ll hold the drawing in January 2023 and then notify the lucky winner!

Frequently asked questions

Is the loyalty program open only to registered nurses?

RNnetwork’s travel nurse loyalty program is open to all travelers who work with us, including LPNs/LVNs and surgical techs.

Do on-call hours count as hours worked?

No, on-call hours won’t count toward the required hours. Sorry.

If you have additional questions, just give us a call at 800.866.0407. View today’s best opportunities in your travel nursing specialty or apply now to get started.

Last updated 7/1/2022

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    • Hi Ebony: Your recruiter will have your total up through the month prior around the 15th of the month. You can then manually add in any hours that were incurred after the end of the month based on your time sheets.

    • Hi Miranda: Check with your recruiter. They will have your total through the prior month around the 15th. Then you will just need to add in any additional hours worked after the end of the month.

    • Hi Todd, the loyalty bonus is calculated based on hours worked in a clinical setting, so guaranteed hours, on-call hours, and state-mandated sick-pay hours don’t count toward the 1,500 hours qualifier for the bonus.

      • What if I just started my contract July 22nd? Is it too late since three contracts will be past December of 2020?

        • Hi Kimberly, I’d recommend reaching out to your recruiter with these questions, as they’ll have the best information to answer questions about your specific situation.

  • What qualifies as the second quarter, if I started late may 2020 am instill eligible for bonus?
    Also do we register anywhere or is this automatic?

    • Hi Grace, I’d recommend reaching out to your recruiter to address these questions. They’ll have the best information to get your questions answered.

  • I love this company and all it stands for, I have traveled for almost 8 years all with RN NETWORK and won’t go anywhere else! Dorothy Etchells is the best, thank you for all you do!

    • Dorothy is the best! I miss Amber Gaffney though! She was my first recruiter! She was awesome too!

  • This is wonderful! Is love to start taking assignments with RN Network! I will complete my assignment in Iowa February 12 and will be ready for a new assignment by the end of February. I want to be in Texas, so get ready for me and I’ll chalk up those loyalty hours!!

    • We’re glad to hear you’re interested Janet! Someone from RNN will be reaching out to you to discuss your options.

    • Hi Mira, we do have a number of sterile processing tech positions on our jobs page if you’d like to check them out. I’d also recommend connecting with us directly, because new open positions are coming in all the time. Best of luck!

  • RN Networks is a remarkable place to work! Everything is explained fully and great money and friendships to be made. Knowledgeable and pleasant, available staff in every department!

    • Thanks for your comment, Cindy! Everyone here works super hard to do our best for our nurses!

    • Hi Jamie, you should be qualified for the program automatically, but you can check in with your recruiter about your status and how close you are to receiving the bonus.