0 May 29, '08
If you're staying withing the same company and your role and responsibilities will remain the same, I can understand why your rate wouldn't change. You wouldn't expect to give you housekeeper a higher rate of pay just because you moved to a new house, would you?? Unless of course it was a much bigger house and thus a bigger workload. So that would be your only reason, if your new floor expected more of you than the previous one. And if it's not, I would just make sure that your "schedule" for pay raises would carry over, so if you were up for a raise in 2 months at the first hospital, then the case would be the same at #2.
Also, no matter the case, it wouldn't hurt to negotiate with the manager rather than going by what the recruiter says.
Last edit by eager1hasbegun on May 29, '08
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