So a few weeks ago I posted on here about issues with a home care agency... basically, I gave four weeks notice that I was resigning due to things being the complete opposite of what I was told during an interview. Anyways, I had a few unlocked admission documents that needed reviewed by QA/QI... essentially meaning that I needed to make changes to my assessment per their standards (not what I assessed). I only worked one day per week and they kept leaving messages on my work cell which I had off on days that I didn't work - never bothered to call my personal cell which I told them to do. Monday was to be my "last day" although I never said I was actually coming in then to turn in belongings. I got a nasty call from a supervisor stating that I was going to be turned into the state board of nursing for job abandonment because I was not coming into the office (to finish up changes to documentation). Now, I have read and re-read the Nurse Practice Act for my state, and it only refers to job abandonment as leaving patients... not this BS situation. I turned in my equipment today. Can they really report me for that?