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- Apr 5, '12 by FngrpntsnotasinI have made the director aware of all of this (as she should already know). And I will leave it at that for now. I don't want to be b**** that tries to get people fired, but I will if I have to. Also funny because the have scheduled us not working together ever since.
- Apr 5, '12 by caliotter3Surprised that someone felt it necessary to go to that length to protect her. They must have taken you seriously. Usually when someone is the fair-haired one, their transgressions are out there for all the world to see, and everyone else be blanked.
- Apr 8, '12 by buytheshoes11At the facility I work at it's "one and done" (this is the official rule) but I noticed that some nurses have been allowed to get away with this more than once...for CNAs it's just once and they're gone. I don't understand this, but isn't it management's duty to ensure that all employees are treated equally??
- Apr 14, '12 by Havin' A Party!Quote from Ashley, PICU RNThis has been the policy everywhere I've worked... unless the episode is deemed excusable based on reliable documentation / corroboration.... A no call, no show at my facility would put an employee on probation. A second would be grounds for termination...