Outside of your work environment......
- 0If you saw a nurse that bullied you, gave you hell, gossiped about you, and was one of the main reasons you transferred to another unit OUTSIDE of your work environment, would you confront them on their behavior?
And if you did, could that put your license at risk?
Or would you "let it go", considering you are not at work at this time?
- 2Quote from caliotter3Trust me, I wanted to say something so bad to this person, but I didnt.I would stay as far away from this person as possible.
I gave her an evil look to let her know we are not at work, say something now, I DARE you! If looks could killed, she would have been dead.
I pushed my basket right past her and kept it moving.
- 2Quote from SuesquatchRNI happened to see her while I was shopping. She was not worth me getting upset on my leisure time.If you absolutely must speak with her be perfectly correct and perfectly icy.
"What do you think of me?"
"But I don't thnk of you.:
Far worse than letting a bully know she got to you.
But I did look her square in the eye, up and down, to let her know you do NOT intimidate me. We are not in the hospital now so that bullying mess don't fly.
The ONLY thing that stopped me from really giving her a toungue lashing was my license. She seems like the type that would call the BON anoymously and make up false charges just to "get back". So, I let it go.
- 0Quote from Kohala71I would stare straight ahead and yawn while passing them.
We were walking towards each other. So I looked her dead in the face and then walked right past her. But the look I gave her was pure evil, I guess you can say "mean mugging" if you will.
No words were exchanged, but I was waiting on her to even think she can say ONE word to me outside of the hospital. Hell, I want her to think she can say one word to me INSIDE the hospital. I'm no longer on her unit, nor work the same shift as she do, so she has no reason what so ever to utter one word to me, PERIOD.