Pay day and Mandatory Staff Meetings/Inservices - page 2

good afternoon! i was wondering how you as an individual felt about not being able to get your pay check unless you attent a mandatory meeting/inservice. you are a penalizied by a verbal warning... Read More

  1. by   Love-A-Nurse
    according to this thread, it seems that only nursing home facilities does this.
  2. by   renerian
    In home health we had over 125 aides. We did inservices the day before pay day. If you came you got your check a day early. If you did not attend the inservice you could pick it up the next day. You were fired if you got three warnings about inservices not being attended. With over 250 stafff we had to do something to increase compliance. It worked out fine. Most came to get their checks early.

    renerian
  3. by   Nurse Ratched
    originally posted by love-a-nurse
    according to this thread, it seems that only nursing home facilities does this.
    good point. i wonder if that's because so many hospitals have gone to direct deposit being mandatory? perhaps ecf's are smaller and it's not as cost efficient for them to require it?
  4. by   FullMoonMadness
    Direct deposit is not mandatory at my hospital, but I can't figure out why anyone would choose not to. But, that said, we also have mandatory staff meetings the first payday of every month.

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