<Jt I am so use to seeing you post recruitment info, it has almost gotten into a habbit to what you are going to say next. >
Gee, is that a complaint? lol. If I hadnt been seeing posts of yours all over the place complaining about how weak, passive, female nurses never do anything to stand up for themselves and their rights, I might have just now thought that you are complaining because I give nurses info on how other nurses DO stand up for themselves and their rights.
Havent you been complaining about all the nurses who run off to "hide their heads in the sand" & do nothing to take control of their own workplace situations?
Are you now complaining because I am one nurse who does do something... and I talk about it & encourage other nurses to take action as well..... and I offer info, facts, & sources on proven, effective avenues thru which they can do that, if they so choose?
Havent you been promoting nurses taking action together & speaking with one voice to be a force to be reckoned with? So how do we do that without "recruiting" nurses to be pro-active and recruiting nurse activists? Shouldnt we all be "recruiting" and getting other nurses to take their heads out of the sand?
So which is it - do we reprimand nurses for being complacent, uninvolved, and allowing the situation to persist, or do we reprimand the nurse activists who are trying to raise awareness and maybe click something on in the others to become involved? I'm told by many nurses that my "recruiting" has been very helpful to a lot of them, even if only for the sake of awareness and information. So Im glad youre already to used to seeing it because theres more where that came from!
If youre going to take women to task for not taking a stand, and then also take other women to task who do take a stand, you might lose credibility thru the contradictions.
Anyway, thanks for the tip about Madri Gras, but the South is not a place for me. The most Southern parade I'll ever see is the one I saw on Main Street in Disney World.