I'm curious- are the CNAs at your facility getting paid the same shift differential as nurses or other health professionals who receive higher hourly salaries? Or is the differential less? It seems to me that everyone should receive the same differential for working 3rd shift... but I understand that may not happen at all facilities.
I'm especially interested in hearing from the CNAs in Texas as that's where I'm likely moving with a friend of mine who'd like to consider working as a CNA.
Thanks for all the help you give us (the nursing students fumbling around with your patients) on the floors