Fired from first job - page 2

I was let go from my first RN job after six weeks of orientation -- not because of an error in patient care, but because of a mistake/ question in skills lab. My question is: HOW do I address my... Read More

  1. Visit  PacoUSA profile page
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    Quote from bigst79
    But hopefully by then you'll already have the job and it will be harder to get rid of you at that point.
    Ha! No way. Most applications nowadays specifically warn applicants that any false information on an application discovered before AND after employment offers will result in immediate termination of consideration for a job or termination of employment if hired. I would suspect it would be easier to get rid of someone once hired with not only evidence of the hidden facts, but also with the signed application that says they attest that everything in the application was complete.


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  3. Visit  MrChicagoRN profile page
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    Quote from PacoUSA
    Ha! No way. Most applications nowadays specifically warn applicants that any false information on an application discovered before AND after employment offers will result in immediate termination of consideration for a job or termination of employment if hired. I would suspect it would be easier to get rid of someone once hired with not only evidence of the hidden facts, but also with the signed application that says they attest that everything in the application was complete.

    Exactly. OP doesn't have to list it on his resume, but if omitted from the application, the employee may be terminated, even if it's months or years later.
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  4. Visit  sistaAfua profile page
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    I can understand what you going through and your plans to change career, nursing is career that makes you look on your shoulder and worried about license and if ... all the time. If you can go back to school then why not. Wish you the best in any decision you finally come up with.
  5. Visit  sistaAfua profile page
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    I can understand what you going through and your plans to change career, nursing is career that makes you look on your shoulder and worried about license and if ... all the time. If you can go back to school then why not. Wish you the best in any decision you finally come up with. Dishonest about what anyway?


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