need to terminate - page 2

Late one evening this past weekend, I dropped in at work just to see how things were going. Typically, my staff gives great care. But one of the halls reeked of urine. I began to check and found... Read More

  1. by   caliotter3
    To reinforce things, after you have dealt with the nurses, at your next employee meeting I would make a point of discussing this with those that are left and emphasizing that anyone else who lets their job performance deteriorate to that point can expect the same treatment. Occasional reminders should get and keep them on their toes.
  2. by   noc4senuf
    I make it a point to go in at times on off shifts and weekends. Just to drop in and make a walk through. Amazing how it flies through the building that the boss is there.
  3. by   loricatus
    With the added explanation, I take back what I earlier said and now feel that heads should roll.
  4. by   achot chavi
    You need to do more night surprise inspections and yes, heads should roll, an RN Abandoning ship without clocking out....unacceptable and her excuse is unacceptable, if she hadnt met u who knows where she was really going to and for how long,...You have your work cut out for you!!
  5. by   Valerie Salva

    I think you're doing the right thing.