LPN working CNA shifts?? - page 2
I am an LPN that works in a long term care facility. We are short staffed of CNA's and 3 of the 4 LPN's (me included) were assigned to "fill in" CNA shifts "temporarily" almost a year ago. Am I... Read More
0Sep 1, '12 by BrandonLPN, LPNWhere I work the LPNs and the CNAs are in the same union. The union contract says the LPNs can and will fill CNA holes in staffing as needed. We are told this when hired. Any LPN who has a problem with it should never have taken the job in the first place. We all knew what it was when we took the job. Also, our CNAs make top pay rate for the job. They top out at 20.00 an hour. And most of them make that since most of them have been here over 10 years. This may be different from other LTCs.
0Sep 1, '12 by alishavwilliamsHeck I'm an RN and if they asked me to work as a cna I would as long as they pay me RN salary. It's all good.
0Sep 12, '12 by Karla_iselaI would love to work at $20/hour. As a nursing assistant I only make $8-$12. The 12 is only after the extra bonuses (weekend, never late, uniform).