call back pay

  1. 0 When you get called back in............do you get the shift differential on top of your call back pay?
    We get time and one half. Was wondering if you all get the shift diff on top of it...........ie weekend shiftdif and night shift dif?
    Thanks
    Chrissy
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    About cwazycwissyRN

    cwazycwissyRN has '18' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'OR,ER,med/surg,SCU'. From 'in the moment'; 59 Years Old; Joined Jan '03; Posts: 1,539; Likes: 908.

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  4. Visit  tntrn profile page
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    I work OB, but am and have been on our negotiating team through 3 sets of negotiations, and the answer is YES! If you work a weekend or off shift, shift diff applies. Tur for our OR nurses also.
  5. Visit  ckalston profile page
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    We get 1.25 per hour while on call. When we get called in, the 1.25 stops, but we do get 2 hours automatically of overtime pay and the OT pay continues until we go home. This continues during the entire period we are on call. So if I were called in 5 times in a 24 hour period. Regardless if I only was there 6 hours I would get 10 hours OT. By the way I work PACU.
  6. Visit  shodobe profile page
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    We get presently, 4.50/hr stand-by and 1.5/hr when we get called in. The stand-by does stop when we clock in though. Mike
  7. Visit  POPRN profile page
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    We used to get $20/shift. But the hospital changed that to $2.50/hour so the call pay is the same but stops when you are called in. Yes we do get any shift diff including weekends. And of course we get time and a half as well.


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