• My niece is a nurse who lost her job for not taking the jab.
    She got involved in a company called #gapNurse which is filling jobs for nurses like her. They have started a crowdfunding campaign to finance what I think is a great idea. The best part is that you're not just helping a company get started, you OWN a piece of it.

    Please share.

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    Last year, the healthcare staffing industry generated $18 billion in revenue. Most of that should be kept in healthcare or in the pockets of those doing the caretaking - nurses and nurse aides. Staffing agencies were established in the 1970’s, helping fill open shifts here and there for healthcare facilities for short-term need. Now we are reliant on them and they often up-charge 100% of the hourly nurse pay. Staffing agencies supply caregivers to the healthcare industry, but they are also the biggest competitor for them, thriving on nursing shortages. We would like to give the power back to facilities and nurses, creating an open market place where facilities and nurses can meet, without agencies telling them what rates to pay and what shifts to take. (Think of agencies as a dictatorship while we want to bring back democracy :) )

    Our technology, put simply, allows facilities to post shifts they need filled and nurses that we have already pre-screened and interviewed can pick them up via an app. We offer other features that have to do with compliance and education, but I won’t bore you with that! ;) Where we make revenue is on the low yearly cost of subscription to our product, low transaction rate of the nurse hourly pay (30%) and a small fee if the facility decides to hire the caregiver. It cuts down on staffing costs and gives facilities and nurses the ability to “try each other out” in an effort to support retention and prevent turnover.

    I have seen so much interest in our product so far, now it’s about helping facilities and companies accept the change and incorporate it into their healthcare business. That’s where I come in to assist in signing up, train on technology and nurture the partnership.

    This is a Reg. CF crowdfunding campaign, regulated by the SEC. So, instead of getting a t-shirt for helping, you get to own part of a company. The minimum investment is $50. And if we don't raise $10,000 by February 15th, the escrow company will return your investment, no questions asked. Since it's regulated, there is a little bit of paperwork that takes only about 5 minutes to complete.

    Here is the link:
    https://www.picmiicrowdfunding.com/deal/gapnurse/
    My niece is a nurse who lost her job for not taking the jab. She got involved in a company called #gapNurse which is filling jobs for nurses like her. They have started a crowdfunding campaign to finance what I think is a great idea. The best part is that you're not just helping a company get started, you OWN a piece of it. Please share. ===================================== Last year, the healthcare staffing industry generated $18 billion in revenue. Most of that should be kept in healthcare or in the pockets of those doing the caretaking - nurses and nurse aides. Staffing agencies were established in the 1970’s, helping fill open shifts here and there for healthcare facilities for short-term need. Now we are reliant on them and they often up-charge 100% of the hourly nurse pay. Staffing agencies supply caregivers to the healthcare industry, but they are also the biggest competitor for them, thriving on nursing shortages. We would like to give the power back to facilities and nurses, creating an open market place where facilities and nurses can meet, without agencies telling them what rates to pay and what shifts to take. (Think of agencies as a dictatorship while we want to bring back democracy :) ) Our technology, put simply, allows facilities to post shifts they need filled and nurses that we have already pre-screened and interviewed can pick them up via an app. We offer other features that have to do with compliance and education, but I won’t bore you with that! ;) Where we make revenue is on the low yearly cost of subscription to our product, low transaction rate of the nurse hourly pay (30%) and a small fee if the facility decides to hire the caregiver. It cuts down on staffing costs and gives facilities and nurses the ability to “try each other out” in an effort to support retention and prevent turnover. I have seen so much interest in our product so far, now it’s about helping facilities and companies accept the change and incorporate it into their healthcare business. That’s where I come in to assist in signing up, train on technology and nurture the partnership. This is a Reg. CF crowdfunding campaign, regulated by the SEC. So, instead of getting a t-shirt for helping, you get to own part of a company. The minimum investment is $50. And if we don't raise $10,000 by February 15th, the escrow company will return your investment, no questions asked. Since it's regulated, there is a little bit of paperwork that takes only about 5 minutes to complete. Here is the link: https://www.picmiicrowdfunding.com/deal/gapnurse/
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