Next Day Pay® is a free service that allows you to work a shift and receive up to 50% of your gross earnings the very next business day. We’ll deposit your pay directly into your bank account—with no added fees.

You must set up your direct deposit in the ShiftMed app to begin using Next Day Pay. It takes three to five days for us to verify the information. You must also be in good standing with us to utilize the service (i.e., no suspensions, walkouts, or do not return statuses.)


ELIGIBILITY & PAYOUTS

  • To be eligible for Next Day Pay, you must check in and check out of your shift via the app with the nursing supervisor’s signature.

    • We must confirm your GPS location. So, please be aware that cell tower issues and low cell service can impact your GPS location.

  • You must submit your withdrawal request before 5 p.m. (ET) to have your money transferred into your account the next business day. Requests made after 5 p.m. (ET) are paid out on the second business day.

  • Withdrawal requests involving time worked on a Friday are paid out on Mondays.

  • Withdrawal requests involving time worked on a Saturday or Sunday are paid out on Tuesdays.


NEED-TO-KNOWS

Next Day Pay is great when you need money in a pinch — and we don’t charge any fees for the transactions. However, you should be aware of a few things when using this free perk. 

  • Applies only to the current workweek.

  • Friday evening/night shifts are not eligible.

  • Orientation shifts are not eligible.

  • Only one withdrawal request is allowed each day.

  • Any time adjustments made to a shift will make the service unavailable.

  • Changing direct deposit info with a pending withdrawal impacts the request.

  • Federal bank holidays delay withdrawal requests.


FEDERAL BANK HOLIDAYS

If you submit a withdrawal on a bank holiday, your financial institution won’t process your request until the next business day. After the bank processes your request, you will receive payment the following business day.

  • Memorial Day – Monday, May 30, 2022

  • Juneteenth National Independence Day – Monday, June 20, 2022

  • Independence Day – Monday, July 4, 2022

  • Labor Day – Monday, September 5, 2022

  • Columbus Day – Monday, October 10, 2022

  • Veterans Day – Friday, November 11, 2022

  • Thanksgiving Day – Thursday, November 24, 2022

  • Christmas Day – Monday, December 26, 2022


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How does Next Day Pay work?
After working a shift, your gross earnings are updated in the ShiftMed app. If your shifts are eligible for Next Day Pay, you’ll be able to withdraw up to 50% of your wages. So, if you earned $300 on your last shift, you can withdraw up to $150.

What are gross earnings?

Gross earnings are the total wages earned before taxes.

Why can I only withdraw 50% of my gross earnings?

By withholding 50%, we’re able to deduct the necessary taxes from that amount before paying out the remaining sum on the scheduled weekly payday.

When do I get paid the remaining 50% of my gross earnings?

Your remaining wages are paid out weekly on Friday.

Why can’t I make requests after 5 p.m. Eastern (ET)?

Withdrawal requests are sent directly to your bank, so they must be made during business hours.

Why does my available balance seem lower than what I’ve earned?

Your available balance is the sum of your gross earnings from the shifts eligible for Next Day Pay.

Why does my available balance show $0 on Saturday?

Our pay period runs Saturday through Friday. So, each Friday, you’ll be paid out as scheduled, and the app will zero out your available balance for Next Day Pay. Once you work your first shift of that pay period, you’ll see your gross earnings added to your available balance.

What if I change my direct deposit info with a withdrawal request in progress?

There’s a good chance your Next Day Pay will not go through. We must verify any updates made to your direct deposit.

If you have other questions about Next Day Pay, please don’t hesitate to contact us via the ˈGet Helpˈ feature in the app or shiftmedpayroll@shiftmed.com.

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