[CentOS] OT: pager pay

Terry Polzin foxec208 at wowway.com
Tue Oct 13 17:17:13 UTC 2009

On Tuesday 13 October 2009 12:28, Alan McKay wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I'm trying to compare my small company's policy against other
> companies out there.   We pay 10% of your per-hour salary equivalent
> per every hour you carry it, whether it goes off or not.  So for
> example someone making $55K/year works out to about $27 / hour (I
> think), so they'd get $2.70 for every hour they carry the pager
> outside of regular work hours.   We are a company of about 25 people.
> My old employer Nortel still does it this way :
> - $27.50 for every 8 hour shift you carry it, outside of regular work
> hours. - any page is billed at time-and-a-half, minimum 1 hour billed
> - any page requiring you to go into work, is billed at time-and-a-half
> with a 3 hour min
> I have a buddy at IBM and while it varies by group, his group does this :
> - $30/day for carrying it, whether it goes off or not
> - every page gets billed at time-and-a-half, minimum 30 minutes
> Anyone else want to share theirs?
> thanks,
> -Alan

Pager pay, whatever you get is gravy.
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