That's a great idea!
Come to think of it, there are some routine procedures like intubating and doing cut-downs that we could be using aids for.:chuckle
You're opposed to someone getting 1/2 thier income while thier incapacitated? You don't think an employer has an obligation to an employee who has an obligation to the employer? That seems like a one-way street.(very administrative of you)
Pay it in taxes huh.........................Can anyone else see a....... LOOPHOLE!
.....I hate to assume though I can't see why history would not repeat itself. I really don't think the poor billion dollar corporation will actualy end up with the bill. If they do though, they have an OBLIGATION to that employee to provide thier livelyhood while they are employed with them.
Does your employer,in fact, take action on your behalf when you request something........anything?
You would think those reasons would be obviouse............If you look at the archive on the CNA site alone you will see nothing unreasonable in the way of "demands". Why won't these people see "the light".
You'll notice that my thread "why not union" has had no definitive opposing views except for the ones that you offered.
They must believe what the hospitals tell them.
It would seem that those hospitals that were forced to implement staffing ratios did not have to turn the lights out and shut the place down after all.
.............Somebody's missing a bonus this year though......
Thanks for the post. I had been on the site just yesterday and I don't remember seeing that.
I'm not shocked though. I think we can expect more of the same "avoidence" of the issues strategies.