And the unit is chronically short staffed, chronically toxic, and just about everyone who CAN leave, does leave, whenever they find other opportunities. And so, I'm leaving for another job where a few of us have gone to another employer in town who is hiring. Just about everyone who can leave lately is leaving.
I understand the mangement may be annoyed, but after I put in my notice, I dutifully worked 2 extra weeks because it's the right thing to do. Today was my last day on the floor and not ONE of the management coordinators said a word to me -- no goodbye, no "sorry to see you go, we will miss you," not a "you suck, we're glad you're leaving, " -- absolutely NOTHING.
So, is this how it is in nursing? So totally impersonal that they cannot even thank you for all your hard work for almost 3 years on their unit??
co-workers of mine are very sad, many hugging me goodbye, etc ....but the management -- you can forget it.
It's such an incredible insult.