We’re always listening (just not in the creepy Facebook way) to our travelers. For a while now, you’ve told us that you wanted a way to track your referrals and make sure you get paid correctly and on time each time you have a referral complete 400 hours on assignment. And we’re thrilled to tell you that we’ve delivered. Enter the Triage Referral Program with its new dashboard—this might be the easiest side gig you’ve ever had.
What Can You Expect From the Triage Referral Program?
We’ve always had a referral program where anyone can earn up to $750 for each qualified referral who takes and finishes an assignment with us. And while that was great, it was sometimes hard to see when you would actually receive your cash. That all changes with the new Triage Referral Program dashboard. It’s all about transparency with us and we’re thrilled to be able to create more visibility into your valuable referrals.
We know that you trust us when you make a referral and we take that trust seriously.
Introducing the Triage Referral Program Dashboard
When you join the Triage Referral Program, you’ll receive a personalized URL that you can send to your friends or post to your social accounts. As your friends sign up under your link, you’ll be able to see their progress on your individual dashboard. You’ll even be able to see if a recruiter has connected with your referral, so you can give your referral a nudge if they’re ghosting the recruiter. Their status will move throughout the process so once they’ve hit that magic number of 400 hours worked (about 11.5 weeks into a standard 36 hour a week assignment), you’ll see that your referral payment will be paid soon.
Do I Need to Be a Triage Traveler?
You actually don’t need to be a Triage traveler to receive the $750 referral bonus. Are you a former travel nurse who went staff? Send your link to folks at your hospital who are interested in traveling. Know a traveler who’s with another agency? Even if you’re not a healthcare pro, you’re still eligible to receive the referral bonus.
How Do I Get Paid?
Here’s the best part. Once your referral hits their 400 hours worked, you’ll get paid. If you’re working for Triage at the time, your payment will be made with your regular paycheck. If you’re not currently with Triage, you’ll receive a 1099 tax form and payment. There’s no limit to how many referral payments you can receive.
The Fine Print
Although we always try to make these programs simple, there’s always some fine print. Basically, you can’t receive referral credit for someone who’s already taken an assignment with Triage. Also, if they’re already in our database, the referral isn’t valid. In a nutshell, if we’re already friends, we can’t give you credit for the introduction.
Got questions about the referral program? Send an email to [email protected] and we’ll be in touch.