There’s No Better Place
That’s what the people who work here tell us. Why? Because we do good work, help others, innovate, care about one another, and have fun. Not everyone is a fit. But if the values we live and work by resonate with you, check out our current opportunities and throw your hat in the ring.
Company Nurse has earned the distinction of a “Top Company to Work for in Arizona.” Here’s why:
- Do the right thing
- Go the extra two miles
- Driven to find solutions
- Compassion for everyone
- Work together to work it out
Company Nurse offers these benefits:
- 100% health insurance
- Flexible hours
- Work from home
- Casual attire
- Company outings
- Family events
- Volunteer opportunities
- 401 k
Press Release: Company Nurse named as a “Top Company to Work for in Arizona” for the second year in a row
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (June 12, 2019) – Company Nurse LLC, the premier nurse triage service for workplace injuries, has once again been named by azcentral.com and Republic Media (The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com) as an [...]
By Henry Svendblad, chief technology officer of Company Nurse, LLC Is your organization suited for the youngest members of the workforce? No, not Millennials — Generation Z. While organizations still need to focus on [...]
Scottsdale, AZ (April 24, 2019) – Company Nurse LLC, the premier nurse triage service for workplace injuries, released their new mobile application, designed for Company Nurse clients' employees and supervisors to have simple and direct [...]
By Debra Spamer, vice president of business development of Company Nurse, LLC With nearly 16 million employees, the retail industry employs 10% of our nation's workforce. A workforce with a turnover rate of over 60%. [...]
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