Been there,done that 63,643 Views
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There is a policy for call off time. If I came in early to check out the situation.. then called off, I would not have worked half off my shifts.
A suspension is warranted.
You have been accepted to nursing school, and you are passing with flying colors! Just keep on, keeping on.
Please stop worrying in advance. You will pass the same boards as everyone else.
P.S. Worrying in advance is a great skill for nurses
"I'm glad to see there are plenty of RNs who don't assume all MDs are sworn enemies. I'm sure it shines in your work as well."
That speaks volumes on your end. I have worked with MD's for 35 years, never once thought of them as a sworn enemy.
Don't need you to shine my work, it speaks for itself. Just.. pay me for what I'm worth.
I can read. If you can afford an attorney, you can afford to pay a nurse... what they are worth.
So, you want an RN, to do the dirty work.. but won't pay them what they are worth or give them benefits?
I'll say this for ya, you got a lot of nerve coming on this site and ask for help.
This is now dispensing. Pharmacy must provide any meds that are ordered post- discharge.
The doc needs a lesson.
"there is a long history of HR not doing anything about it." You have already lost the battle. There are better fights to fight. More importantly, patient rights.
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