Does VA pay 40 hours for 36 hour weeks (in 12 hour shifts)? Does VA pay 40 hours for 36 hour weeks (in 12 hour shifts)? | allnurses

Does VA pay 40 hours for 36 hour weeks (in 12 hour shifts)?

  1. 0 I have heard that some hospitals pay for a full 40 hours if you work three 12-hour shifts in the week. Does anyone know if the VA does this type of pay? Or does it depend on the location of the VA?

    Thanks!
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  3. Visit  SummitRN profile page
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    no
    fte1.0=40hr worked
    .gov rules
    period
  4. Visit  MystyqueOne profile page
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    Quote from SummitAP
    no
    fte1.0=40hr worked
    .gov rules
    period
    English please.....
  5. Visit  Pixie.RN profile page
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    Most full-time positions of 36 hours are equivalent 0.9 FTE in the numbers game (FTE = full time equivalent). You'd have to be actually slotted for 40 hours (1.0 FTE) to be paid for 40 in the .gov world.

    Good discussion of FTEs: Can anyone explain FTE????
  6. Visit  chudder profile page
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    My wife used to work at the VA. She said you need 80 hours in a pay period, so most people work 6 12s and 1 8 hour shift. Where I work (not VA) I am full time, but it is 0.9 FTE, 3 12s a week.

    Quote from MystyqueOne
    I have heard that some hospitals pay for a full 40 hours if you work three 12-hour shifts in the week. Does anyone know if the VA does this type of pay? Or does it depend on the location of the VA?

    Thanks!

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