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Anti-Trust Notice Regarding the Sharing of Compensation Related Data:
As a reminder we want to ensure that you are aware of our position on the sharing of compensation-related information. MHHRA prohibits and does not sanction the sharing of compensation related information among members. The sharing of this information is prohibited by federal antitrust law. The alleged sharing of compensation related information has been the subject of several lawsuits against hospitals and healthcare-related human resource organization. As a result, we want to ensure that all members are aware of our policy and our commitment that the unsanctioned sharing of compensation related information is prohibited.  We ask you to ensure that MHHRA remains a solidly grounded organization through which our members feel they are able to share helpful information on human resources and build relationships among colleagues without running afoul of the federal law. If you have any questions please contact a Board Member for assistance.

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Wage and PDO Scale

Hello Everyone! We are once again asking for some input concerning Wage and PDO Scales if you have one. We were wondering how many years they extend out and how many levels you have before reaching your maximum. Thank you!

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Post Employee Photos

Hello! Happy Holidays! We have a company Facebook page, as well as we use ADP for our HR, Benefits, Payroll, Schedule, etc. We like to post pictures of our employees during special recognition events. Do you know if we have to get a release signed from every employee BEFORE those pictures can go on those pages?

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Staffing - House Bill 5013

Has anyone had a chance to digest what this proposed Bill means to them? You may want to study the requirements. Here is a link to the bill: http://www.legislature.mi.gov/documents/2015-2016/billintroduced/House/pdf/2015-HIB-5013.pdf

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Referral Program

Does anyone have an effective referral program that you could share your policy and protocol with us?

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Union Scale

Has anyone had a chance to digest what this proposed Bill means to them? You may want to study the requirements. Here is a link to the bill: http://www.legislature.mi.gov/documents/2015-2016/billintroduced/House/pdf/2015-HIB-5013.pdf

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Management/Leadership Development

How do you develop your managers? Do you have an outside consulting company you work with, or do you handle and administer things in house? Do you have an established timeframe that you work within for this function (ex: 6-9 months, 12 months, 4 weeks, etc)?

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Prepector Program

Does anyone have a formal Preceptor Program? If so, is for Nursing only and do you pay extra?

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Home Care Compensation Model

Hello - Would you be willing to share your compensation model with me for Home Care Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants?  For example, do you pay a base rate, per visit rate, incentive or any combination thereof?  Please understand I am not seeking information on rates of pay - only methods of payment.   Thank you for your input.
Please let me know if you have any questions or if there is anything else I can do for you.     Marta J. Ross | Director, Personnel 200 N. Madison, Marshall, MI 49068 Ph: (269) 789-8974  Fx: (269) 789-4339    

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Video Surveillance policy

Would anyone have a video surveillance policy that you could share? Thank you.

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Current Wage Survey

Comments : I am looking for current wage information for healthcare professionals. The positions I am researching are RN, LPN, CNA, Housekeeping/Laundry, Dietary Cooks, Dietary Aides, and Facility Maintenance Helpers. The data I am looking for includes starting wages, high wages, and basis for starting wage. Aside from contacting comparable local facilities, where is everyone getting their data? (I do look at glassdoor, payscale, and salary.com, but I don't really count that data due to reliability concerns.) Any idea who has done the most recent wage survey for the industry? Any help would be appreciated!

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