Giving notice

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    Hi all! I am a new LPN and I recently got a new job offer and have a pending offer (I have to be approved by the staff I will be working with). I am currently working for a non medical home care company and have had some unethical activities brought to my attention (aids not trained to give shots but giving insulin, tax issues, and being asked to work off the clock and paid under the table so a client with Medicaid could get more hours Medicaid has not approved and some other issues too). My question is I don't want my license associated with that and would like to quit, can I just quit or should I give notice even with all that's going on? Here in Indiana it's "at will" employment so I know that's not an issue.
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    Of course you CAN just quit. It's up to you whether or not you wish to provide them the courtesy of some notice or not. It may be that you offer a 2 week notice and they choose to decline that and let you go immediately.

    Quote from AnieleiLPN
    Hi all! I am a new LPN and I recently got a new job offer and have a pending offer (I have to be approved by the staff I will be working with). I am currently working for a non medical home care company and have had some unethical activities brought to my attention (aids not trained to give shots but giving insulin, tax issues, and being asked to work off the clock and paid under the table so a client with Medicaid could get more hours Medicaid has not approved and some other issues too). My question is I don't want my license associated with that and would like to quit, can I just quit or should I give notice even with all that's going on? Here in Indiana it's "at will" employment so I know that's not an issue.


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