Apply through HR Services and Workday. It’s also a good idea to talk to your manager about your job interests in one of these programs.
No, employees are only eligible to work in one program.
Between 7:00 PM on Friday and 7:30 AM on Monday.
No, you receive a designated premium rate for all weekend hours worked. No additional shift or weekend differential will be applied.
Yes, staff will work a minimum of 49 of 52 weekends per year to be inclusive of scheduled PTO and unexcused absences.
If employees fail to meet the scheduling requirements for the Weekend Program over a period of two staffing schedules (two six-week schedules), they may be removed from the Weekend Program.
No, weekend employees may work additional weekday hours at base rate, but cannot work more than 40 hours per week, unless approval is granted by the nurse manager/MHO/director/CNO. Each weekend staff will also have a secondary job built into Workday, which will be established with their base rate (defined according to current hiring scales at years of experience). Orientation, continuing education, and mandatory meetings will be paid at base rate.
Yes, there is an agreement required in Workday that you will need to sign to ensure you have read and understand the Weekend Program guidelines for Non-Bargaining Hospitals.
A minimum of 2 years registered nurse, licensed practical nurse, surgical technician, or respiratory therapist experience within the previous 5-year period is required in order to be eligible for the Weekend Program. At manager’s discretion, current staff may move to the Weekend Program with only 1 year of experience. A minimum of 6 months experience within the previous 5-year period is required for patient care technicians, monitor techs, and unit secretaries.
No, the increase in night shift differential will only be applicable to individuals who are hired to work in the Steady Nightshift Program.
No, you will only receive your base rate and will not receive the steady night shift differential.
No, you will receive a designated premium differential for all steady night shift hours worked; no additional shift or weekend differential will apply.
No, as long as your FTE status does not change.
Night shift hours are dependent on your entity’s definition of night shift. Please check with your unit manager for defined night shift times.
Beyond being scheduled steady night shifts, your unit’s current scheduling guidelines will still be in effect for weekend and holiday requests/rotation and other scheduling guidelines and requests. Schedules will still be developed in accordance with the local hospital’s Nursing Division practice.
To be eligible for the Steady Nightshift Program, staff must have unit experience and meet the minimum requirements of the position for which they are applying. Ultimate discretion will be held by leadership.