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How often do raises occur at Shriners Hospitals for Children?

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1.5% -boston - 2018

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3% once a year depending on evaluations. In my area, this has failed to match the rate of inflation for cost of living though. Since Shriners already pays less per hour than the other hospitals around, this is one area that could be improved.

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In Galveston, no raises were given last year for anyone, except nurses who completed extra education in which the hospital promised to compensate them back for

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Once a year.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Boston, MA

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Once a year

Answered - Credentialing Specialist/Administrative Secretary (Current Employee) - St. Louis, MO

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Yearly...it is really wonderful to see how well the children do with acute burns.

Answered - Administrative Clerk (Former Employee) - Boston, MA

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Once a year 3% if no disciplinary actions.

Answered - Development Officer ll (Current Employee) - Shreveport, LA

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I was not a paid worker

Answered - Pet Therapy Specialist (Volunteer) (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA

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1 to 2 times a year

Answered - Medical Records Analyst/Release of Information (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Every year

Answered - Patient Care Assistant (PCA) (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA

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