• Teamsters union targets Tenet CEO's pay package

    The International Brotherhood of Teamsters has sent a letter to other Tenet Healthcare shareholders urging them to reject a $24 million pay package for Tenet Chairman and CEO Ronald Rittenmeyer. 
  • Cincinnati Children's employees take 20% pay cut

    Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center said employees who are temporarily without work will take pay cuts due to the financial effect of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • Advocate Aurora offers bonuses to more than 60,000 workers

    Milwaukee and Downers Grove Ill.-based Advocate Aurora Health is providing $15 million in award payments to more than 60,000 eligible employees in recognition of their work during 2019, according to an internal memo obtained by Becker's Hospital Review.
  • Kaleida Health, Catholic Health provide COVID-19 hazard pay to workers

    Kaleida Health and Catholic Health, both based in Buffalo, N.Y., are providing hazard pay to workers caring directly for COVID-19 patients, according to The Buffalo News.
  • Bonuses paid out to Denver Health execs 1 week after front-line workers asked to take unpaid leave

    Top executives from Denver Health Medical Center received 2019 performance bonuses ranging from $50,000 to $230,000 one week after front-line workers were asked to take unpaid leave or cut their hours due to the financial hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a CBS4 investigation.
  • 3 health systems giving workers bonuses amid COVID-19

    Health systems have offered their employees bonus payments in April to recognize their work fighting COVID-19. 
  • Union seeks hazard pay for University of Chicago hospital workers

    A union representing healthcare workers at the University of Chicago Medicine is calling for hazard pay for their members amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to CBS Chicago.
  • Ohio health system cuts hours, pay of 4,100 workers

    Cleveland-based University Hospitals will reduce hours and pay by 20 percent for about 4,100 workers not directly involved in patient care, the health system announced April 22.
  • Vidant reducing executive, staff pay

    Citing financial challenges due to COVID-19, Greenville, N.C.-based Vidant Health said it will reduce compensation for executives and staff through furloughs, salary reductions, and schedule and shift adjustments, effective April 26.
  • Northwell gives front-line staff $2,500 bonus

    New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health is giving front-line staff responding to the COVID-19 pandemic a $2,500 lump-sum payment and a week of paid time off. 
  • 1 in 5 physicians hit with pay cut or furlough due to COVID-19, survey says

    About 1 in 5 physicians have experienced a furlough or pay cut during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey from physician recruiting firm Merritt Hawkins.
  • Yale New Haven Health employees to receive COVID-19 bonus payment

    Eligible Yale New Haven (Conn.) Health system employees will receive a payment to recognize their work during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an internal memo obtained by Becker's Hospital Review.
  • 60 Texas Children's executives take pay cut

    All 60 members of the executive team at Houston-based Texas Children's Hospital have taken a 20 percent pay cut amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the hospital announced April 22.
  • Reputational risks linger for execs who don't take pay cuts

    Senior executives at hundreds of public U.S. companies have adjusted their salaries as pay cuts, furloughs or layoffs affect non-managerial workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Tenet CEO's pay grew nearly $10M in 2019, mostly thanks to stocks

    Ronald Rittenmeyer, the executive chairman and CEO of Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare, saw his 2019 compensation increase more than 62 percent in 2019, boosted mainly by year-over-year growth in stock awards, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 
  • Geisinger execs will donate $250K per month to employee support fund

    Geisinger President and CEO Jaewon Ryu, MD, and the rest of the Danville, Pa.-based health system's executive team have volunteered to take pay cuts and donate the funds to an employee emergency assistance fund. 
  • WVU Medicine CEO, vice presidents take 10% salary cuts

    The CEO and vice presidents at West Virginia University Medicine will take salary cuts as the Morgantown-based health system's hospitals face "significant and unsustainable financial strain" due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to information the health system shared with Becker's Hospital Review April 9. 
  • Mount Sinai CEO, exec team take pay cuts

    The CEO and executive leadership team at Mount Sinai Health System will take pay cuts to help offset the significant COVID-19 costs the New York City-based health system is facing.
  • Envision slashes senior leaders' pay in half, will furlough, cut salaries of nonclinical staff

    Envision Healthcare said it has cut salaries of its senior leaders in half and plans to cut salaries of nonclinical employees and furlough them.  
  • CHS executives take pay cut

    Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health Systems' top executives are giving up part of their compensation for the remainder of this year, according to an April 8 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 

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