Verbal, Written warnings and Termination - page 17
by madwife2002 Asst. Admin
i know a lot of health care employees are worried or concerned they may be on the ladder from verbal warning to written warnings and then fired. for many this is not an unrealistic fear it is something which is affecting their... Read More
- 0Jun 27, '12 by adventure780Quote from JustBeachyNurseThanks for the information. I was troubled by this news as I didn't hurt anyone they just thought I wasn't handling things good enough nor doing anything right. Although I knew I did the best I could at that time. I did feel like a failure that day when they let me go. Today is a different story. I am in long term care for several months now. There are days I want to scream but others when I feel good because I am a nurse and i can still help peopleYes, like most states NJ is an at will state. The only exceptions are union shop employers where some of the rehire policies are determined by the union contact. I've heard some employers keep the "do not rehire" list active for decades, even for unrelated positions (i.e. terminated as a CNA still ineligible for rehire as an RN 10 years later).