WakeMed/Rex Differentials

  1. 0 Can anyone tell me the current differential pay at WakeMed and at Rex please?
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    From 'Raleigh, NC'; 47 Years Old; Joined Jul '06; Posts: 10; Likes: 3.

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  3. Visit  Elvish profile page
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    I don't know about Rex, but I believe Wakemed is:
    Eve - $4/hr
    Noc - $6/hr
    Holiday - $10/hr

    Weekend day (7a-7p) 1.5x base pay
    Weekend noc (7p-7a) 1.67x base pay
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    Thanks for the info. What is Noc?
  5. Visit  Elvish profile page
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    noc = night Sorry.
  6. Visit  WhiteKnight profile page
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    Any numbers for Rex?
  7. Visit  WhiteKnight profile page
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    Do you know if they offer a higher pay rate when you choose not to have the health benifits?
  8. Visit  Elvish profile page
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    WakeMed does - sort of. If you opt out of the health insurance you get a small amount extra in each paycheck. It's less than $20/pay period, so decide if that's worth it for you or not. Dental is the same way, only the amount extra is even less per pay period.
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  9. Visit  BaByNuRsE07 profile page
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    Hi,

    Here are the current diffs offered at Rex:

    Evenings: $3.50/hr
    Nights: $5/hr
    Weekends: $10/hr
    Holidays: time and a half

    We also have a new option to pick up extra shifts if you choose to. You can bid on open shifts on any unit in the hospital (in which you are qualified to work), and there is an additional premium attached to it. That's in addition to any other shift diffs that are applicable.

    HTH!
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  10. Visit  CarolinaGirl1112 profile page
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    Quote from BaByNuRsE07
    Hi,

    Here are the current diffs offered at Rex:

    Evenings: $3.50/hr
    Nights: $5/hr
    Weekends: $10/hr
    Holidays: time and a half

    We also have a new option to pick up extra shifts if you choose to. You can bid on open shifts on any unit in the hospital (in which you are qualified to work), and there is an additional premium attached to it. That's in addition to any other shift diffs that are applicable.

    HTH!
    That. Is. Awesome.


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