Company overview

Learn more about how our vast array of solutions and best-in-class technologies are powerfully serving the healthcare workforce. 

Our brands

They say you can’t choose your family – but we did. We think you will, too. Our family of companies can tackle problems of any size, big or small. 

Our role in healthcare

Learn more about how we use our unrivaled staffing experience, best-in-class technology, and strategic consultation to help your organization succeed.

Executive leadership

Meet our team of executive leaders who are guiding our efforts to make life better for providers, patients, and healthcare organizations. 

Core values

See how our core values guide all our business decisions and drive us to find new ways to make life better for those we serve in the healthcare industry.

Community impact

Learn more about how we give back to communities both near and far through fundraisers, team activities, medical missions, and more. 

Solutions overview

See how we’re delivering customized workforce solutions that are doing right by our healthcare partners and improving how healthcare is done. 


Check out our suite of high-tech solutions that perfectly complement our high-touch approach to a future-ready workforce. 

Advisory services

We’re creating customized solutions that support cost containment, drive meaningful results, and pave the way for a more successful future. 


See how our experts draw from the industry’s largest locums database to deliver customized solutions such as locum tenens, permanent placement, and telehealth.

Advanced practice

Get insights into how our team of APP-specific experts use in-house credentialing and licensing to deliver the right candidate to your facility.

Allied health

Learn more about the process we use to connect your organization with qualified therapists, technicians, technologists, assistants, and more.


Find out what makes our nurse staffing truly stand out in the industry, and how we’re constantly looking for new ways to make the process smoother.


Tap into the nation’s largest network and deepest specialty bench of multi-state license providers to keep your virtual care strategies on track.


Visit our blog to get workforce insights, catch the latest company updates, and hear important stories from within the healthcare industry.


Get industry insights, workforce strategies, and more from our resource section. Each video, article, and tool has been created with your success in mind. 

Careers overview

Get the details on how a career at CHG fast-tracks your success and lets you play a role in helping 25 million patients receive care each year.

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Get all the details about our various locations nationwide. We have expanded our operations to better serve the needs of the healthcare community.


Browse our benefit and wellness programs and learn how our team handpicks the best options to support you as a whole person.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion

Learn about the DEI goals we’re embracing to make our company¬–and healthcare industry at large–a better home for everyone.

Learning and development

See how our award-winning team of trainers can help you develop new skills and pursue the career path that makes you feel the most alive.

Employee stories

Check out stories from our people’s lives that highlight how CHG supports personal growth and helps you make a positive impact in the world.


Learn more about how our commitment to workplace flexibility puts you in the best position to be happy, comfortable, and effective.

Talent network

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Recruiting process

Learn more about our hiring process and how we seek out the best opportunities for you to make an immediate impact.

7 signs of a hiring scam — and how to protect yourself

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Recruitment fraud capitalizes on the eagerness of job seekers by fabricating job opportunities, leading applicants to divulge personal information and send money while falsely believing they’ve secured a job.

Unfortunately, hiring scams have become increasingly sophisticated, posing a threat to job hunters. Here are some things scammers can do to trick you and a few tips to protect yourself during your job search.

Indicators of a hiring scam

There are several ways scammers will try to make you believe they have a genuine job opportunity for you. Learning to recognize these signs of fraud will help you from becoming a victim. Here are some of the most common indicators of a hiring scam.

1. An odd job offer message

A typical recruitment scam message often includes some of the following attributes:

  1. A job offer that seems too good to be true
  2. Grammar and spelling mistakes
  3. Asking for personal or financial information
  4. Messages that aren’t personally addressed to you

2. Requesting money

Legitimate employers and hiring managers don’t ask for application fees or payment for training. To avoid falling into that trap, familiarize yourself with common job search scams through resources like the Better Business Bureau’s scam tracker for insights and reports.

3. Asking for sensitive information before your start date

Be wary of early requests for personal or sensitive information such as your social security number, birth date, or bank details. Genuine employers usually request such information only after extending a written job offer or on your start date.

4. Misuse of corporate identity

Be vigilant against fraudulent use of reputable company names and logos, as scammers can craft communications that look legitimate initially. However, on closer examination, often these emails are full of grammatical errors. Scrutinize communications carefully, verify sender email addresses, and cross-reference with official company channels to confirm legitimacy.

5. Use of generic email addresses

Exercise caution when receiving recruitment emails from generic or non-corporate email addresses. Legitimate recruiters typically communicate through official channels provided by job boards, social media platforms, or their personal work email addresses. Verify sender addresses, and remember that authentic representatives typically use the company’s web domain in their email addresses.

6. Communicating solely through texts and online chats

As scams adapt to technological advancements, some fraudulent recruitment activities have moved to text messages or online chat platforms. Conduct thorough research before engaging with such communications, as legitimate companies usually refrain from recruiting via text unless you’ve already initiated contact through their official website.

7. Unrealistic promises

Be wary of offers that seem too good to be true, such as expedited hiring processes without interviews or reference checks. Legitimate recruiters prioritize evaluating candidates thoroughly before extending an offer to prospective employees. Do independent research on the company, scrutinize its website, and explore company reviews to verify you’re communicating with a legitimate company.

Trust your intuition

Ultimately, trust your instincts. If something feels off about a job opportunity, investigate further to avoid falling victim to scams. If you’re unsure, contact the company directly using a phone number you know to be legitimate — not one you got from the “recruiter.” Or go to the company’s website. If you can’t confirm the job is real, it could be a scam.

CHG is committed to protecting you

Here at CHG Healthcare, we do everything possible to protect you and your personal information. CHG only accepts employee applications through our official external career site. If you think you’ve been targeted by someone who appears to be a fake CHG recruiter, please email us at

About the author

Jen Hunter

Jen Hunter has been a marketing writer for over 10 years. She enjoys telling the stories of healthcare providers and sharing new, relevant, and the most up-to-date information on the healthcare front. Jen lives in Salt Lake City with her husband, two kids, and their two rescue kitties and Golden Retriever. She enjoys all things outdoors-y, but most of all she loves rock climbing and hiking in the Wasatch mountains.

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