Archive for June, 2015

Explaining Shift Differential for CNAs

Wednesday, June 24th, 2015:

Shift differential is offered at many long-term care centers that employ Certified Nursing Assistants. It is a measure designed to provide workers with extra compensation for working unusual or inconvenient hours. The policies vary between most employers, but a general understanding of shift differential will help you make the most out of your job. Who gets Shift Differential?  Shift differential is offered to CNAs that work outside of the usual day shift hours, generally from 7AM to 5PM. If an employee has hours in the evening, late night, or early morning, these hours would apply to shift differential compensation. Sometimes […] Read More →

CNA Day Shift

Wednesday, June 17th, 2015:

The day shift is one of the most widely-available jobs for CNAs because of the greater need for staff during daytime hours. Read More →

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