No call no show? - page 2

What should be done about a no call no show? Is it grounds for termination? I ask because we had one tonight and it really ticked me off. It is so hard to find someone to come in after 1100 pm. This is this persons first no call... Read More

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    I 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.

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    Surprised 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.
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    At 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??
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    Quote from Ashley, PICU RN
    ... A no call, no show at my facility would put an employee on probation. A second would be grounds for termination...
    This has been the policy everywhere I've worked... unless the episode is deemed excusable based on reliable documentation / corroboration.

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