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Other key factors include longevity of service, education, employee performance, any shift/weekend differentials, on-call pay, and overtime (salaried vs.
Physician on-call pay for over 40 specialty areas, including restricted and unrestricted call pay
This edition has been updated for changes to the law, includes information on white-collar exemptions and compensable time, has updated charts on minimum wage rates, and addresses child labor regulations, on-call pay, and other topics.
The sheriffs office recommended the elimination of the coordinator model with the existing funding, which previously had supplied the coordinator's salary, on-call pay, and compensation for examinations, to fund full-time forensic examiners.
A significant number of employers were miscalculating the employees' regular rate of pay for purposes of overtime pay by not including items such as shift differential on-call pay or bonuses.
Not only does the surveyprovide cash compensation data for APCs, but it also includes data on pay practices such as on-call pay, shift differentials, annual incentive plans and supplemental benefits and perquisites.
Other physician compensation trends to note include: the continued use of on-call pay, as 65% of health care organizations reported paying at least some physicians for call coverage (up from 54% in 2010); the use of non-compete agreements, as reported by two-thirds of the survey participants; and the use of hiring bonuses, as reported by nearly three-quarters of the survey participants.
EWEB also has agreed to increase meal and work boot allowances, improve the on-call pay provision, and give employees who are assigned to work in underground vaults and enclosed spaces a 5 percent `premium' in their hourly pay when they are doing this work.