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Incentive Pay for those in the Healthcare field dealing with Covid -19  
Posted: 03/28/2020 12:54pm   69 Views
  
     

Has anyone in the healthcare field starting paying their workers (nurses, RTs, nursing assistants) additional compensation?  We do not have any patients in our hospitals will Covid-19 yet, however employees are starting to get concerned with coming to work.  If you are giving your employees additional compensation can you share what you are paying, how you came to this amount?  Is it an additional % of the rate of pay, etc?  Thank you


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Incentive Pay for those in the Healthcare field dealing with Covid -19  
Posted: 11/20/2020 12:16pm  
  
     

With the current surge in COVID cases and hospitalizations, are any of you considering additional compensation for healthcare workers directly treating patients?  If so, are you limiting it to certain jobs or units within the hospital?


Incentive Pay for those in the Healthcare field dealing with Covid -19  
Posted: 01/12/2021 11:31am  
  
     

My employer provided up to a bonus for all employees that worked throughout the pandemic and a second bonus to those deemed front-line workers (nurses, medical assistants, etc.).

We are considering adding incentive pay to employees working the vaccination clinics. What are others doing?


Incentive Pay for those in the Healthcare field dealing with Covid -19  
Posted: 01/12/2021 04:42pm   Revised: 01/12/2021 04:44pm  
  
     

Hello, we aren't paying what would be considered hazard pay; however we have found that demand for hours is outpacing our ability to hire folks in to work our vaccine clinics, testing sites, and bedside services. in order to incentivize hourly and exempt staff to work additional hours we are providing additional shift incentives. for additional shifts exempt staff pick up, we pay them an additional daily rate based on their salary plus a 20% differential. For hourly staff they recieve a 20% differential for shifts outside of their normal shift pattern.


 
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