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  1. What pay is fair for working extra shifts?
    I wouldn't mind if our hospital did the flat pay thing, as lomg as it was reasonable. AT first they said they would pay like 500.00 for an extra shift (12 hours), but I thought that was a total rip...
    Aug 12, '13
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  2. What pay is fair for working extra shifts?
    OK, I am a salaried FNP working in a large, busy ER in the midwest. My salary is 110,00 with 4500.00 for CME and 5 weeks PTO. 401 K contributions and all that jazz. My contract requires that I work...
    Aug 9, '13
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  3. What kind of salary should I ask for?
    I'm getting ready to interview for an ER FNP position at a small, rural, 5 bed ER. I will be the only provider working in the ER with physicians available in the hospital during the day and by phone...
    Dec 7, '12
    Forum: Advanced Practice Nursing
  4. Need advice
    My current schedule has been basically work 2 days, then off 2 days, then every other sat, sun and mon. It works out ok most of the time, I'm just bitter about being here until 9pm and every other...
    Oct 22, '12
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  5. Need advice
    Juan, No, I am not required to work all those hours...they have brought in a temporary NP to fill in some of the hours, so we are each working 37-40 hours a week right now. I did work several...
    Oct 22, '12
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  6. At scene of fatal accident yesterday...
    This is horrible situation to be in, and I have been there myself several times, both while working and as a witness. I am an FNP but have also been a paramedic for 14 years. I think that you did...
    Oct 22, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  7. Need advice
    Ok, so here is my dilemma. I am an FNP employed with a large regional hospital. I have worked here for nearly 10 years, but only for the last 1 1/2 as an NP. I feel that I am compensated fairly well....
    Oct 22, '12
    Forum: Nurse Practitioners (NP)


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