Which companies pay for oncall, and how much? Philosophies across the industry for paying for standby duty and numbers from 80 companies.
This issue is the second part and final article in a series about oncall. Part 1 – published last week – covers healthy oncall practices. In this issue, we dive into:
Oncall philosophies across the industry. How do groups of companies approach oncall practices and compensation?
Companies which pay and those that don’t. An overview of more than 120 firms and their approach to paying, versus others which do not.
How much do companies pay? Data points from 80 employers, the largest data set of this kind published to date.
Companies which don’t pay. How do they approach oncall?
Poor oncall cultures. What are examples of places where oncall can be a reason for churn?
Details of oncall compensation details for each company. A separate document detailing the policies of each company, and how the oncall pay is structured.
In this issue, we’ll go through more than 80 data points on how much different companies pay for oncall. A preview of some of the data we’ll discuss:
Note that by the nature of this data, the information cannot be complete - I could not survey every company out there - and, although I double checked my sources some data might have inaccuracies and they will get out of date over time.
Also note that companies listed as not paying for oncall will all be compensation for oncall where this is mandated by local laws.
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