Let's talk $$ for hospice. (Idea lifted from Agency nursing) - page 2
RN or LPN City or State $ per visit $ per other $ to be on call mileage Y/N other comments? Thanks... Read More
- 0Jun 18, '13 by EquestrianRNArizona...
Inpatient hospice unit,
full-time day shift, (3 12's/week)
with 16+ years exp (though returning from psych to hospice with a five year break since last working hospice = they get to start me LOOOOW)= $30/h;
full-benefits at a "reasonable rate" and 401K@ 100% employer match, education reimbursement.
O/T HIGHLY "frowned" upon...though obviously time and a half for over 40h/wk.
Supposed to be eligible for a wage increase with first evaluation...rally hoping I can at least get back up to the $33 I was pulling in psych, since this job is infinitely more challenging! We shall see...honestly? In this economy? I feel damned blessed simply to have a good paying job, WITH BENE's, working for a company which may be as corrupted as the others but really values treating it's employers with a great degree of respect. That is the biggest change since my last position. That company treated us horribly and never let a week go by without reminding everyone where the door was...
- 1Jun 19, '13 by spectrabriteJust got my 90 day review raise
now I am at $20 / hr
Quote from spectrabritegot my LVN last july, worked assisted living for a short while, been in hospice just short of my 90 day review now and love it
CA = 19 / hr (40hr a week)
mileage = 53 cents
$2.00 / hr to be on call mon 5p - fri 830a