They just fired a girl for bashing the company's name on face book. Risking my life to go to a underpaid job at CH is not worth it is not really bashing the company. It was a negative comment but she never said they were a bad company just that she was under paid and not worth taking a chance with her life to drive in the snow. What are your thoughts about this?
Growing up in a world without social media, I still consider it a fringe form of communication. I am too fearful to even create an account for Facebook, Twitter, yahoo, Pinterest . There should be a required humanities class discussing the dangers, not merely against it.
P.s. Incase anyone's wondering , I had oatmeal for breakfast with plain yogurt and grapefruit juice.
Last edit by dt70 on Feb 4, '14
Knows everyone's maturity level is different but sometimes, I wish there was a rule that people must be a certain age before they could be an RN.You are right, don't bite the hand that feeds you and freedom of speech has limits. She's young and stupid anyways. I did a happy dance when she got fired because I hated working with her. She told me to not pull on a resident because it's makes him aggravated. I snapped at her with the reply he's was about to trip over the wheel chair... was I suppose to let him fall. The rest of the night, she corrected everything I did to make me feel stupid. I'm happy she's gone!!! I pray these people with no common sense doesn't get into nursing until later on, when they can make mature decision. Nursing is a hard enough job without the battle of dealing with idiots with no common sense.This morning I ate half a cup of Raspberry & Velvet cake Yogurt. I rather have plain raspberry. The raspberry and chocolate yogurt tastes okay as well. I like face book to stay in touch with family, however, I learned that playing on social networks will get you stalked by creepy people so no longer go to those places. I must keep face book to feed my Candy Crush addiction.
Last edit by Lizzly on Feb 4, '14