Yeah, this has soooo much to do with individual personalities. I remember one RN who was always running, complaining, and whiney. I gave her the benefit of the doubt. I really thought she might be getting heavier loads than her counterparts. Then, one night I got called in on overtime, and she had the load I had carried all week- and yes- was whiney, running, and complained all night. I realized this was just her, I considered the crew a pretty easy bunch. It has soooo much to do with the individual staff member. Some are always going to think your lazy, cutting corners, and think you should be up helping them.
One night I grew the courage to tell her: Well "Name," I've noticed you have been runnning,... but if you had even been "walking" even, while you were at the desk complaining (instead of charting, assessments, or med-pass), your needed pace would be much different now.
That night I was charging, backing up ER, had 2 more patients than her, and took all the "completes" (back when as a male I felt obligated to do all the turning with the CNAs), and she still asked me to do her 2100 Med-Passes.
A strong backbone serves you well in nursing in more ways than lifting, Lol!!