Oh **** no. I would seriously consider not a two week notice, but a two minute warning.
What I would ABSOLUTELY do is
1) Call the ombudsman. Your higher ups are interfering with your med pass. They are obstructing residents' care. That's if the residents' meds are even available TO give.
Also, their policies and staffing levels were responsible for falls nearly daily, for nearly a month!
Those residents are not safe!!
2) Call the dept of labor. They are guilty of verbal violence towards staff. Also, when you say you can't even take 10 min breaks -- if they don't pay you for 100% of your hours, specifically the 30 unpaid minutes for lunch, they are breaking federal labor laws.
3) call OSHA. Staff is experiencing physical violence, and denied the opportunity to sit while charting. I'm guessing there are staff with arthritis or back problems, for whom the lack of chairs will be harmful. Even for the average, reasonably healthy nurse, to not allow sitting while charting? That is a **** move. We are not working in the Victorian era, people!!