Not sure what to do with an issue I have with my supervisor. - page 3

Hi, I'm a relatively new nurse, I'm coming up on my one year anniversary at the hospital I work at. That being said, I've recently had my annual review. It was positive all around, I was pleased,... Read More

  1. Visit  joanna73 profile page
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    Then you have every right to approach your supervisor to ask why you weren't given the full raise, and how you might improve. However, you really can't question or bring to light another co-worker's salary during the conversation. It's hearsay, and none of your concern why someone may or may not have received a higher raise. Keep that in mind should you decide to approach your boss.
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  3. Visit  wooh profile page
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    They aren't necessarily being dishonest. You "doing great and things are fine" doesn't mean that someone else isn't doing greater and more fine.
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  4. Visit  redhead_NURSE98! profile page
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    Quote from Esme12
    Now, especially in "At will states", an employer may fire an employee for any reason except one that is legally forbidden. So they think of another reason to fire you. It is not fair. It is not right. But if they want to retaliate......trust me hospitals know how to document your exit. Legally, precisely, and permanently.....and they know how to black ball you just as easily.
    And I know how to file retaliation lawsuits.

    For the record I don't think it's worth it to bring up a 1% disparity. Even a 2% raise looks ridiculous when you break it down by paycheck!
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