Bolster, C.J.; Hawthorne, Gordon; Schubert, Peggy
September 2002
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;Sep2002, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p36
Trade Publication
Focuses on the increase in the compensation packages for hospital staff in the United States. Effects of salary increase on employee satisfaction; Increased scrutiny on executive salaries; Median base salary and total cash compensation for chief executive officers. INSET: Workforce Crisis? Or Leadership Opportunity?.


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