When They Ask for a Raise
Welcome to the second episode with Scott Tucker!
This time, Scott joins us to chat about a topic that most employers may not be keen to talk about: asking for a raise. Having the market values in mind is always important, even though during the pandemic they have been changing constantly. Scott always rechecks them every few months to see that every employee is having a good number on their paychecks. As a manager, always be open to listening to your employee’s reasons to get a raise; their explanations can show you things you might be missing out on. Employees need to understand how much it costs an employer to have them in the company, and that includes health insurance, retirement, in-office services, and more.
Tune in to this episode and understand the other side of the coin when it comes to raises in a company!
About our guest - Scott Tucker
Scott Tucker is a practice administrator in MedMan, working in Women’s Health Associates in Boise, Idaho. With a diverse background, he began working in public safety at the age of 14 when he joined the local fire department. He got his EMT at the age of 18 and has experience in the revenue cycle and practice management.
Scott developed a big passion for emergency medicine and nowadays still works as a paramedic.
Always check the market prices.
Have your facts available when you are considering raising or lowering rates for your employees.
The benefits that you provide also weigh into your employee’s salary.
Employees usually only have a one-sided view of this topic.
Having pay bands is the most simple way to demonstrate to an employee how their salary is being defined.
Taking into account someone’s past experience may attract more experienced qualified staff.
The generation that is entering the workforce needs to know the details.
Learn more about what MedMan does.
Find more information regarding the No Surprises Billing Act.
Read and use the No Surprises Billing Act consent form template from the CMS.