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    Top 5 Global Health Perks, Part 1: Coverage for Your Parents

    Top 5 Global Health Perks, Part 1: Coverage for Your Parents
    h4. India Resources • NursingLink Scholarships • Nursing Degree Programs • Job Search • Groups • Discussions Cost-of-living rank (Bangalore): 134 Salary, BigWig (i.e., head of sales & marketing): $56,171 Salary, Underling (i.e., data-entry operator): $1,913 Projected average pay increase for 2008: 14.1% Days off: 31 Local perk: CEOs might grumble about rising health-care costs for U.S. workers. But at least ...
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rate This
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    Top 5 Global Health Perks: Are They Dreaming?

    Top 5 Global Health Perks: Are They Dreaming?
    Resources • Nursing Scholarships • Nursing Degree Programs • Job Search • Groups • Discussions In America, employees generally want perks - like health coverage for their family - and assume that basics like that will be covered by their employer. If they're in the top companies, extra benefits like free onsite company gyms, free food in employee cafeterias, or ...
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Best Places to Work: Baptist Health (12)

    Best Places to Work: Baptist Health (12)
    Does a nursing retention bonus catch your eye? That’s one of the innovative benefits for people who work at Baptist Health. Three childcare centers are another. Close to 10,000 people work at the Florida-based company, which ranked among the top 100 Most Wired Hospitals in 2007. Last year another 11,000 applied. Turnover was 11%; new job growth was 4% (or 281 ...
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    Best Places to Work: Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network (11)

    Best Places to Work: Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network (11)
    A Magnet-designated facility, a Best Hospital, and a Most Wired Hospital, Lehigh Valley is both medically and technologically a center of excellence. Only two institutions on our list won all of these awards in addition to being a Fortune Best Companies to Work For. The Pennsylvania company has 8.420 employees. Last year it added 536 new jobs and turned over about ...
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    Best Places to Work: Healthways (10)

    Best Places to Work: Healthways (10)
    Nashville’s 3,730-employee disease management company last year added 897 new jobs for new job growth rate of 42%. Voluntary job turnover was 13%. h4. Average Annual Pay RN Manager: $82,613 RN: $63,545 Search jobs now Next Previous Main Article
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    Best Places to Work: Arkansas Children's Hospital (9)

    Best Places to Work: Arkansas Children's Hospital (9)
    Based in Little Rock, this 3,200-employee company received 9,339 job applications last year to fill 204 new jobs and 200 jobs open through voluntary turnover. About 80% of its workers are women. Formerly one of the lower-paying companies, it charted a new course in 2001, devoting more than $17 million to wage increases in recent years. Average Annual Pay RN III: ...
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    Best Places to Work: Southern Ohio (8)

    Best Places to Work: Southern Ohio (8)
    A Nursing Magnet facility, Southern Ohio provides both a hospital and home-based care. It has 2,032 employees, including 99 new jobs added last year. The voluntary turnover rate is 4%. Only 2% of its employees are minorities; 84% are women. Last year 6,000-plus applicants applied to work at the center. h4. Average Annual Pay Nurse Manager $82,077 Registered Nurse $58,407 Search ...
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    Best Places to Work: King's Daughter (7)

    Best Places to Work: King's Daughter (7)
    This Kentucky hospital has 2,934 empBest Places to Work: King's Daughter (7)loyees and is growing jobs at the rate of 13% (294 new jobs in 2007). Last year 10,240 would-be employees applied to work there. Voluntary turnover was 6%. h4. Average Annual Pay Assistant Nurse Manager: $59,598 Registered Nurse: $57,722. Search jobs now Next Previous
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Best Places to Work: Mayo Clinic (6)

    Best Places to Work: Mayo Clinic (6)
    It’s a household name, so it’s no surprise that one of the most renowned medical giants is on the Hottest Health Employers list. Mayo started in Minnesota and expanded into Florida and Arizona. It is rated both a Nurse Magnet facility and a Best Hospital. Mayo employs 41,000 employees, making it the largest healthcare provider on our list. Nearly than 55,000 ...
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Best Places to Work: Scripps Health (5)

    Best Places to Work: Scripps Health (5)
    One of the few coastal city locations - and the only West Coast one, among the Hottest Health Employers, Scripps Health is big. More than 11,000 employees work for the San Diego-based company. It is renowned as a medical center, winning both Nurse Magnet facility designation as Best Hospital status. Scripps had 16,000 applicants last year for 473 new jobs (6% ...
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    Best Places to Work: Griffin Hospital (4)

    Best Places to Work: Griffin Hospital (4)
    Based in Derby, Connecticut, this 160-bed hospital offers exceptional benefits and care so it’s no wonder 6,691 people applied for its 180 openings last year. Medically, Griffin integrates the patient-friendly Planetree Model of Care (which permits dog therapy visits, for example). This may be part of the reason the hospital has a 97% patient satisfaction rating. h4. Average Annual Pay Registered ...
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    Best Places to Work: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (3)

    Best Places to Work: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (3)
    At Children’s almost half of the new hires come from employee referrals to replace the 9 percent of employees who voluntarily leave each year as well as the 115 new jobs (3% growth rate) added last year. About a fifth of the employees have been at Children’s for more than a decade. Children’s has been ranked a Best Hospital. Job Applicants ...
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    Best Places to Work: Ohio Health (2)

    Best Places to Work: Ohio Health (2)
    This Columbus, Ohio-based giant (11,000 plus employees) had 4% job growth last year, adding 393 new positions. Voluntary turnover rate was 8 percent. Its employees are 17% minorities and 78% women. Ohio Health has two magnet nursing centers and one Best Hospital among its member hospitals. h4. Average Annual Pay Staff Registered Nurse: $77,175 Search Jobs Now Next Previous Main Article ...
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Best Places to Work: Methodist Hospital

    Best Places to Work: Methodist Hospital
    This Houston-based employer gets high marks for medical and employment excellent. A Best Hospital (in 14 out of 16 specialties), a Magnet nursing center, and a Fortune-rated Best Company to Work for, more than 10,000 people work here. All of them (except for docs and senior execs) got $200 grocery cards last year - just for working there. Job growth was ...
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rated: +2
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    NursingLink's Hottest Health Employers

    NursingLink's Hottest Health Employers
    While your work isn’t everything in life, it is the place where you invest the biggest chunk of waking hours. If you want to work at a place that is truly satisfying - with the best salaries, benefits and professional standards – then you’ll want to know what the Hottest Health Employers are for nurses. NursingLink has created this list of ...
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rated: +13
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    Nurse Blog: Why Is a Woman's Salary Lower Than a Man's?

    Nurse Blog: Why Is a Woman's Salary Lower Than a Man's?
    April 22nd is Equal Pay Day, and new research by the American Association of University Women Educational Foundation shows that just one year out of college, women working full-time earn only 80 percent of their male colleagues’ salaries, even when they work in the same field. Ten years after graduation, the pay gap widens, with women earning 69 percent of what ...
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