I requested transfer to a different facility. I interviewed at the other clinic and was informed there was a full time position. It was advertised as full time in the ads and I formally put in a transfer request form after getting the o.k from the new clinic to transfer. Now suddenly, management is asking me to join in on recorded conference calls about covering my present facility and possibly the facility I'm transferring to. I was informed the facility that requested my transfer and advertised for a full time RN does not suddenly require a full time nurse. My area managers tell me other nurses in the area cannot cover my present facility because they don't know ecube, and don't know my facility. I was asked to train a replacement although they have not hired anyone yet and don't intend to send nurses who float. I do not have disciplinary actions against me and I'm not a manager. I have looked at the transfer policy and most transfer are granted within one month unless staffing needs do not permit. This does not feel right, but I feel going to human resources is a waste of time because my area managers are using staffing as an excuse. They choose not to replace me with a floater. I feel like I'm being bullied and that this is not the usual coarse of action for an employee requesting transfer. However, I know my present area manager is a bully and successfully interfering with my transfer. I know the conference calls are part of the bullying, to make sure I continue to cover my present facility and she is off the hook, no responsibilities. There is a company compliance line that I doubt is any more effective than human resources. I feel this situation is effecting my mental health. What are my options? Thanks.