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Supplemental Pay in the Healthcare Industry: Overtime Pay, Bonuses, and Shift Differentials

John L. Bishow
Monthly Labor Review
(July 2010)
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/monthlylaborrev.2010.07.038
Page Count: 10
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Supplemental Pay in the Healthcare Industry: Overtime Pay, Bonuses, and Shift Differentials
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Abstract

The use of supplemental pay in the healthcare industry differs from other service-providing industries primarily in that shift differentials play a greater role, while bonuses appear to play a lesser role. The relative importance of shift differentials in the healthcare industry is probably related to the “round-the-clock” nature of healthcare services in general.

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