Does anyone know the amounts?
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I have some news, which I think you will find serious.
Over the last 18 years, I have found working for Hunana both ridiculously verbose and boringly repetitive.
It's fair to say that my manager is annoying and the nurses are difficult, but this has not stopped me from finding the work beneath my dignity, intelligence and pay grade.
I have really enjoyed fortune telling with my manager and stealing funny looking lock picks from pawn shops. But all good things must come to an end.
As time has passed, I've found that my dreams of becoming a pickpocket have become increasingly frequent. That's how I calculate a raise! Last week I took the plunge and bought myself a copy of 'how to become a burglar for dummies' and a small safe cracker's blow torch. I dream of getting up in the morning and stealing a small fortune like one of the big bosses, something that my current job role fails to nurture. Now all I need is grappling hook and an MBA and I'm almost there.
Thus I must resign from my job as phony rn, to pursue my true calling as a pickpocket and burglar of high end and luxury objects
In your role as my superior, you have been the picture of honesty, which is why I leave with a serious and heavy heart.
Best of luck with your continued pursuit of becoming master of the healthcare universe.
The organizational multiplying factor is not 4 or 6%, those are target rates which are not the same for everyone, it's based on your specific role. Go into WorkDay and you can see what yours is under compensation. The operational multiplying factor has not been determined yet, it should be announced in the next couple of weeks.
My understanding is the AIP multiplying factor decreased from 6% last year to only 4% this year. It's on policy source
Didn't we at least know the multiplying factor at this time last year that it went up from the proposed four to 6%?
It hits our check in March, however, leaders will receive notification Feb 17 in WorkDay on how much increase and AIP amount for each of their direct reports. They are to communicate the amounts to each associate between that day and March 1.
And no, we did not know the amounts by this time last year.
I thought we got the raise and AIP March 1?
We were told we would find out March 1st
No and we definitely knew by this point last year.