Just like Uber and Airbnb, uPaged ratings and testimonials are a two-way feedback system. At the conclusion of a shift, both the nurse and the hospital are asked to provide a rating and testimonial for each other.
Think of how enjoyable it is getting in a ride-sharing car versus a regular taxi. Ride-share services that offer ratings often make sure the air temperature is right, offer you a lolly or bottle of water and offer to play the music that you want. That’s because they care about your experience so they can earn a better rating and review. Similarly, uPaged ratings and testimonials aim to raise the standard, accountability and transparency of the contingency workforce for both nurses and hospitals.
Find out more:
- What is a rating? See here: https://bit.ly/2ZyaE6P
- What is a testimonial? See here: https://bit.ly/2ZFFo5P
- Why does uPaged have ratings and testimonials? See here: https://bit.ly/2ZARM6Y
- How is my rating determined? See here: https://bit.ly/32vmh07
- How is my testimonial determined? See here: https://bit.ly/3c1cGRH
- What is a good, average and bad rating? See here: https://bit.ly/3ivLtcB
- How is my average star rating calculated? See here: https://bit.ly/32vwc5N
- Do ratings and testimonials affect my ability to see or pick up more shifts? See here: https://bit.ly/3bYRVpM
- What if I get a bad rating or testimonial? See here: https://bit.ly/2RsW7ow
- Reach for the stars! What can I do to earn a high rating and great testimonial? See here: https://bit.ly/35HQGKR