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- May 3, '12 by RNsRWeQuote from PudnluvJust curious, but is yours a union facility? I know of union places where those who got shift diff for the shifts they worked also got it for PTO, but not non-union.Ours is a percentage of base pay. 20% if you work at least 4 hours past 6pm. This includes all your time. I work 11am to 11pm and get the full differential for all 12 hours. It 30% for the weekends. Time and a half for holidays. Also, if you are a permanent off shift, you get full differential for holiday and vacation pay.
Sasha said her facility used to do this (pay the shift diff for PTO) but then dropped it because of budget cuts....place I worked must have claimed that from the get-go, because they NEVER paid it