Archive for 'Compensation'
Posted on06. Oct, 2016 by John Lynn.
For a number of years, Greythorn has been asking Healthcare IT professionals to participate in their Healthcare IT Market Survey. Your input is greatly appreciated, as this information is compiled to advise employers on future hiring practices. Additionally, this report will help Healthcare IT professionals benchmark themselves against others in the industry. The report will […]
Posted on05. Jan, 2016 by Erin Kennedy.
Most of the time you hear about the wage gap between men and women — and how the gap is caused by the struggles women face in balancing work and family responsibilities. But the effects of that struggle are not all bad, because the result of your efforts has given you strength as well. This […]
Posted on29. Oct, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
Salary negotiation can be one of the most stressful parts of getting a new Healthcare IT job. On the one hand, it is exciting to think about a new job and the possibility of earning more money. On the other hand, it can be nerve-wracking waiting to hear what your new salary will be. Do […]
Posted on22. Oct, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
One of the uncomfortable parts of a healthcare IT job search is discussion of salary. Most of us don’t really like negotiations over salary and fear that putting our current wage on paper might doom us to repeat it. For the most part, you really don’t need to put salary history on your resume. At […]
Interested In Finding Out What’s Happening in the Healthcare IT Market? Participate In Greythorn’s HIT Market Survey And You’ll Know!
Posted on08. Oct, 2015 by John Lynn.
About the survey: For a number of years, Greythorn has been asking Healthcare IT professionals to participate in their Healthcare IT Market Survey. Your input is greatly appreciated, as this information is compiled to advise employers on future hiring practices. Additionally, this report will help Healthcare IT professionals benchmark themselves against others in the industry. […]
Posted on30. Mar, 2015 by John Lynn.
For what I believe is the 4th year in a row, Greythorn asked Healthcare IT professionals to participate in their Healthcare IT Market Survey. This survey and associated report assess the following areas: – Job Satisfaction – Industry Participation – Compensation – Benefits and perks – Hiring Trends You can download the full survey report. […]
Posted on11. Aug, 2014 by John Lynn.
There’s a really great post on reddit that outlines a former Epic employees salary and bonus schedule while working at Epic. Here’s his pay structure: Starting (June 2011): 60k Bonus (Holiday 2011): 8k Spot Bonus (Feb 2012): 1k TL Promotion (Mar 2012): No Raise/Bonus 🙁 Year 1 Raise (June 2012): 76k (18%) Bonus (Holiday 2012): […]
Posted on08. May, 2014 by Cassie Sturdevant.
During my day as a recruiter in the Healthcare IT consulting industry, I talk a lot (!) about employment styles specifically full time employment versus hourly contracting. For some background on the differences between them, check out this post I wrote a few months ago. Shameless, self-promotion moment. Of course, the main difference is compensation, […]
Posted on01. Apr, 2014 by David Kushan.
Compensation Classification When entering the consulting world from a permanent position many questions arise. However, the most immediate question and the first step in educating yourself in consulting is learning “How will I be paid?” This question can be heavily weighted with stress when considering a career as a contract consultant for Health IT. There […]
Posted on19. Feb, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
You have accepted a job offer knowing that the salary is not as much as you were hoping or needing. But you need the job, thinking that you will get raises. What if you don’t? And to top it off, the next person they hire for the same type of work just a few weeks […]
Posted on14. Jan, 2014 by David Kushan.
Today’s topic is something I get asked quite often. When I speak to people who are working at a hospital and are thinking about getting into contracting one of the common questions I get asked is how do you price yourself in terms of the hourly rate you should be earning? I am not sure […]