is your efficiency misinterpreted as lazy ? - page 7

by gloryfied

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Do people take your efficiency as you're lazy. Lol. I'm too good at this, tho and I think that is why this Job is affecting me so harshly. 3 hours into my shift, my assessments, documenting, and chart checks are done. this is... Read More


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    Gloryfied, I am like you. I get to work, do my job and I am ALWAYS out on time, unless an emergency erupts. I'll help a little bit for the ones that didn't organize their time, but not to excess. I'll answer unattended alarms, but I won't do their bloodwork, for example. I am extremely organized and always work as if there WILL be an emergency so I will be prepared when there is.
    Don't give yourself away!!!
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    Quote from fifita2010
    Gloryfied, I am like you. I get to work, do my job and I am ALWAYS out on time, unless an emergency erupts. I'll help a little bit for the ones that didn't organize their time, but not to excess. I'll answer unattended alarms, but I won't do their bloodwork, for example. I am extremely organized and always work as if there WILL be an emergency so I will be prepared when there is.
    Don't give yourself away!!!
    Yes. I am organized and get my work done and get out on time as well. I am getting my BSN online. So on my down time I am doing homework. I sit outside of patient room with the WOW or COW whatever it is called....computer on wheels and answer lights as needed. Other nurses populate at nursing station and talk on their down time. They often come to me and check on me to see what I'm doing and try to get me involved in their conversation or have me go do different sorts of tasks. It seems to upset them that I don't go and BS with them. To me it is a waste of time. Me doing homework after my work is done and them sitting around talking......it's all "a waste of time", I would rather "waste" my time doing something productive is all.


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