New Member w/Question - page 2

Hi everyone, this is such a great site! I have been 'lurking' for awhile...finally thought I'd get into the swing of things and sign up! Anyway, I am an experienced RN...15yrs, and about 8mos ago a friend, who is a paralegal... Read More

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    Quote from RN1989
    If she is having a lot of rush jobs, sounds like she needs some time management classes. That is not cost effective. Had she been willing to offer you more money, she would not be having so many rush orders. Sounds like there may be more poor business management on the attorneys part than anyone knows.
    You know are probably right about that! I couldn't figure out what the heck was going on...but that's got to be it... Very good point!
    Thanks for the reply.

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    For what it is worth, I think you made the right decision by leaving. I worked as a "non-trained" LNC while I was working full-time as a nurse before going to law school in 1998. As I recall, I made around $40/hr for case chronologies. I don't use LNCs often, but when I do, they typically get $85-100/hr. One nurse once told me that her hosptial would buy the nurses lunch if they would do chart reviews! I reminded her that the only way to keep LNC salaries reasonable is to demand reasonable salaries. Good luck!
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