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Do you know how much $$$ your Hospital CEO makes in one year?

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MN-Nurse, ASN, RN

Specializes in Med Surg - Renal.

Yep.

Hospital CEO salaries made a very conspicuous public run during a recent RN strike.

Check out Unionfacts.com to see how much our union officials make. I think the top compensation for the Minnesota Nurses Association is about 149,000. Not too bad for a company with 71 employees. How many employees and how much in assets are these CEO's responsible for?

I want the guy who signs my paycheck to be doing well, that trickles down to me. If he isn't doing well, that also trickles down to me.

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CT hospital CEO salary 2012

We have a CEO who openly and publicly said public safety will be in jeopardy if there are states budget cuts to hospitals. His salary is >1million. Guaranteed his salary will not be cut but bedside staff will be getting lay off slips...

applewhitern, BSN, RN

Specializes in ICU. Has 30 years experience.

I know this is about hospital/healthcare CEO salaries, but have any of you ever looked up the salary for the top people in charities? When you see the salaries involved in some of the most common charity organizations, it will astound you. It really disappointed me to see how much people make, when some poor, elderly person is scratching up change from their junk drawer to donate.

I know this is about hospital/healthcare CEO salaries' date=' but have any of you ever looked up the salary for the top people in charities? When you see the salaries involved in some of the most common charity organizations, it will astound you. It really disappointed me to see how much people make, when some poor, elderly person is scratching up change from their junk drawer to donate.[/quote']

Many charities are scams. If someone donates money to a charity that is a choice. When the economy is as bad as it is, and the taxes are unaffordable its kind of 'balls-y' to stand up and cry poverty when you make 6 figures. This CEO makes millions and it's taxpayers money. So the solution to budget cuts to healthcare is to make the taxpayer patient take a hit to safe healthcare.

joanna73, BSN, RN

Specializes in geriatrics.

The CEO of the health authority I work for also makes around one million in salary and bonuses. Meanwhile, people are being shifted around, laid off and positions cut. Staff now pay for parking on days they aren't working.

It's sickening and its everywhere.

nrsang97, BSN, RN

Specializes in Neuro ICU and Med Surg. Has 20 years experience.

Our CEO makes 1.5 million dollars a year total. Base pay plus incentives.

Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN

Specializes in Critical Care, ED, Cath lab, CTPAC,Trauma. Has 41 years experience.

Speaking of CEO's......

Have you ever wondered why there have never been any hospital CEO's on undercover boss????

What an interesting show THAT would be....:roflmao:.

tewdles, RN

Specializes in PICU, NICU, L&D, Public Health, Hospice. Has 31 years experience.

Just wanted to go on record laughing out loud about the notion of prosperity trickling down from the CEO suite to the nurses of the hospital.

LOL

Just wanted to go on record laughing out loud about the notion of prosperity trickling down from the CEO suite to the nurses of the hospital.

LOL

A response from management fer sur....lol

The hospital I work for in CT, the CEO makes over $300,000-and she talks about how she is the lowest paid CEO in CT (which makes sense since she works for the smaller hospital in CT)...I can't remember the exact amount...345,000 maybe?

MN-Nurse, ASN, RN

Specializes in Med Surg - Renal.

Check out Unionfacts.com to see how much our union officials make. I think the top compensation for the Minnesota Nurses Association is about 149,000. Not too bad for a company with 71 employees. How many employees and how much in assets are these CEO's responsible for?

I want the guy who signs my paycheck to be doing well, that trickles down to me. If he isn't doing well, that also trickles down to me.

Interesting. Disdain for the people who work for you and reverence for a single overpaid person at the top. Remember when North Memorial Hospital's CEO was caught in a prostitution sting on his wife's birthday? Did you enjoy how he trickled on you?

North Memorial CEO arrested in prostitution bust | StarTribune.com

Even after that episode, they simply found another overpaid lump to slide right into his position at a same or higher salary.

Executive pay has gone insane in the last few decades and the skyrocketing benefits of CEOs (whose compensation is determined in boards made up of other CEOs) has NOT led to better conditions for rank and file workers.

DizzyLizzyNurse

Specializes in Peds Medical Floor. Has 12 years experience.

Our CEO made $1.1 million before bonuses. After bonuses he made $2.36 million. Our contract is coming due. They want to charge the employees, patients, and visitors for parking. (In addition to decreasing staffing, pay, etc.)

Overland1, RN

Has 22 years experience.

...Remember when North Memorial Hospital's CEO was caught in a prostitution sting on his wife's birthday?...

Così fan tutti? Most likely not, but that one could probably afford it... at least until he lost his job. Then there is the "Honey... I'm home, and guess what I brought you!" :dummy:

Expecting the unions to achieve lower salaries for CEO's is not realistic, but I guess it lends a feeling of purpose and accomplishment to some of the followers.