You got connected with a new travel allied health recruiter that you feel GREAT about! But wait… here comes the awkwardness because you need to tell them you want to be in an open relationship. Is there anything wrong with working with 2-3 recruiters at one time? Nope!
You should be working with 2-3 recruiters. It is essential to your success as a healthcare traveler!
And I’m here to make sure you avoid awkward conversations, by helping you be upfront about your recruiter relationship status!
Clear and honest communication is our favorite.
Just copy and paste 👇
Hi travel allied health recruiter,
It was great talking with you. I am excited to add you as a part of my travel team and hopefully we can find a great travel assignment together!
It is really important to me that I am a team player with my recruiters. I know how hard you work and I will do everything I can to always openly communicate with you. I’ll even get my paperwork in fast when that time comes! I know that is the best way to show my love. 😉
In the spirit of openness and honesty, I want to make sure you are comfortable with me working with multiple companies between assignments. It’s important to me to have options in between each assignment and I know more opportunities come when chatting to a few different recruiters.
I will be open with each of you about where I am at in my process. I value your time and will never intentionally waste it. I won’t pin you against another company in a bidding war. However, if you have the same job listing as another company, I will ask you both to present your best pay package and I will pick between those options.
I also request that you never submit my resume to any assignment without explicitly getting my yes. If you are uncomfortable with this, it would be better to know now!
But if this all sounds awesome, then wonderful! I look forward to working with you!
The empowered travel allied health pro (aka, your name!)
Cheers to open and honest relationships!