Disillusioned and Bullied - page 2
So, disillusioned nurse here...In a nutshell, I'm a new grad. I've had to struggle with many obstacles, including single motherhood, and finally attained a dream of mine to become an RN in 2010. I've... Read More
2Aug 20, '11 by hiddencatRNI agree with getting a lawyer especially now that you've been fired. Keep the job on your resume and use coworkers and your preceptor as references.
1Aug 20, '11 by Rach85I say lay low and wait it out. Your professional work has nothing to do with personal conflicts in the work place and if your charts will be "audited" as they say (which I hope they're kidding because that's more bullying right there) and if you have done a good job thus far then they obviously can't touch you! When you DO go back to work, maintain a professional and firm but calm attitude, keep doing a good job, keep your chin up and keep a LOG of EVERYTHING that bully does to you. So that when push comes to shove you have evidence and documentation of everything. I know of someone who did this because she was bullied by her SUPERVISOR and get this, her supervisor was fired!! Hope everything works out for you and let us know what happens...so sad this always happens in a field where we are known to be honest and ethical!
0Aug 21, '11 by surferbettycrockeri dont understand what chart audits have to do with investigation of harrassment by a co-worker. it would be down right deplorable if this DON is setting you up...and why were you suspended for being harassed???
this sounds like punishment for being bullied and that is deplorable in my opinion. after all is said and done i would not even look this bully in the eye. cold as ice iw ould be. i would most certainly talk to an attorney. do u have malpractice insurance? contact your ins agency if os and talke to a lawyer AND i would contact your BON re: lateral violence issues. in fact this a jacho issue now i believe. after that i would get outta that ER and dont let the door hit ya where the good lord split ya!
take your six months and transfer or seek greener pastures.
0Aug 23, '11 by thatguyindenverLawyer up!! and talk to the DONs boss. wright down everything. I went to my manager about someone diverting a medication. I think all they did was tell the person that I told on them. So now a few people don't like me much. You are not alone there are D bags all over. Don't put up with the BS I would ask why your charts are being audited and what this has to do with anything. Go up the chain everyone has a boss.
0Nov 17, '12 by gigglestarsRNI know this is an old thread but I am curious to know what the outcome was--OP, you out there and able to update us?