As a TNAA traveler, you have access to several mental health resources – even if you don’t choose agency-provided insurance. No matter your scenario, know that TNAA has options for you.
Traveling with TNAA means traveling insured. We have you covered from day one with a comprehensive package that offers health, dental, vision, and liability insurance.
Unlike many other agencies, we offer paid sick leave in every state that begins accruing from your first day. You’re able to use it when you need it as long as you are actively on assignment with TNAA.
Nursing requires considerable licensure, and those costs can add up quickly. TNAA is different from other agencies—we cover all licensure fees, physical exams and immunizations you need before you travel.
Travel to your destination however you’d like. We’ll provide up to $1,000 to cover your trip-related mileage and flight fees.
Compensation shouldn’t be a mystery. Before you sign a contract, we’ll provide you with a clear summary of your hourly pay rate, per diems, estimated applicable taxes and net take-home pay.
Payday matters. On top of competitive pay rates, we offer the convenience of weekly paychecks and direct deposit. You’ll receive a W-2 at the end of every year.
TNAA’s plan offers a match along with 100% vesting for eligible healthcare travelers through payroll deduction. Travelers can also roll over any funds from other retirement savings plans or accounts.
Refer a colleague who works with us for at least eight weeks and you can earn our referral bonus! There isn’t a limit to how many people you can refer to TNAA.
TNAA’s housing specialists help you find the right living solutions based on your needs. They’re available to assist whether or not you take agency-provided housing.
TNAA’s Employee Assistance Program gives you and your loved ones resources to successfully navigate personal and professional issues. It is free for all travelers to use.
Whether you’re dealing with a personal life issue or struggling from grief in your work, TNAA’s chaplain is a shoulder to lean on, a source of nondenominational spiritual care, or simply a listening ear.