Salary Survey Helps Reward Staff with Special Healthcare Skills; Submit by June 28
Posted on June 20, 2019
In the healthcare sector, attracting and retaining skilled talent is a constant challenge. Unique and highly specialized roles are numerous on both the clinical and nonclinical sides of the business, and jobs that require special skills, certifications, licenses and technology experience can be particularly hard to staff. To address challenges associated with compensating employees with critical skills, healthcare leaders must think differently about their approach to compensation and total rewards offerings. Participation in the 2019 MHA Annual Salary Survey keeps these leaders prepared and informed on the latest salary and benefits information for peers and competitors in the Midwest region.
According to new poll results from Salary.com, human resources leaders are universally challenged by the rapid market movement of compensation for employees with sought-after jobs and skills. Today, more than half of human resources professionals are incorporating premiums into base salaries for these roles, while nearly 30% review pay for these roles more than once a year. One-time bonus programs also play a vital role in creating compelling compensation packages for these positions, with more than 70% of poll respondents offering hiring bonuses for these roles and nearly 50% offering retention bonuses.
To participate in the 2019 MHA Annual Salary Survey, contact Keri Force at the MHA. The deadline to submit the current survey is June 28. To learn more about the poll results shown above or to schedule time to discuss compensation challenges associated with choice jobs in healthcare, contact Dane Sinn, CCP, at Salary.com. The MHA Service Corporation has endorsed Compdata and Salary.com as an Endorsed Business Partner.
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