Quote from adnil65
LOL! Not like you make it sound!
I work from 6 to 2:30 (mostly). Sort of as a liason with the 3rd shift. But I took the job knowing that my hours could fluctuate & I might find myself working late morning to early evening at some point.
WOW, my administrator would FLIP if I left before 6 pm. Seriously. And I work every Sat, drop in on Sundays. I have new RCM's, and they are both struggling, they complain a lot and get overwhelmed. I was an RCM for years, and realistically, I still am, since I have to follow-up on everything myself. I am the skin team director (cuz if I didn't go, keep it moving, it won't get done), incident reports are half-filled out and we struggle all day cuz we are a new team, but we are getting better everyday. I do believe in mentoring and educating but when I took over the building, there was no team in place for nurse management, not even a Staff Development nurse. Very difficult but as I put the systems into place, we are starting to get a flow going. I have had to turn over all but 3 of the floor nursing staff, and I will probably turn over the entire nursing assistant staff if I want to be successful. I am,myself very organized, but the team is not, and some are quite resistive. The entire management team has turned over as well, lots of learning going on.