Preceptor Pay - page 2

by untamable07 | 4,706 Views | 19 Comments

Does you unit offer any incentives or bonus pay to train/precept new nurses to your unit?... Read More


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    We get a whopping 50 cents/hr for precepting.
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    No incentive. We're all expected to precept any new staff that may be working with us that shift.
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    Teaching Institution.

    It's an expectation, and the clinical ladder (with increased responsibilities), increases salary in 10% increments.

    The RN does get a lighter assignment while the preceptor and orientee are working together
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    We don't get a penny extra.
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    Nope, it's in our job description. So is being charge btw. If I could get payed extra for being charge then I might be a little more proactive in pursuing that charge class this fall...
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    We just do it for the prestige.
    Crux1024 likes this.
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    Quote from beckster_01
    Nope, it's in our job description. So is being charge btw. If I could get payed extra for being charge then I might be a little more proactive in pursuing that charge class this fall...

    I get an extra $2/hr when I'm charge in the ED. Trust me, I often pass up the "opportunity" to be in charge because lately, the extra responsibility is totally not worth the extra $16 that I will net for the night.

    But, if you could take the class without being expected to be in charge, it would probably be a good learning experience and one that you could benefit from.
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    $1/hr.
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    Nope. Same pay.
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    $1 dollar an hour..for precepting.. as well as charge in the ED.. Most days it does not seem worth it..
    GM2RN likes this.


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