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  • 6:44 am

    A most excellent question. The category of race is asked in many other areas as well.
    I always answer .. "other." I am just a member of the human race.
    Thinking that payment may vary depending on"race"? Congratulations on having a beautiful granddaughter.

  • 4:47 am

    It is a radio frequency ID chip. I always called it a "slacker tracker". I work from home now.Every minute of my activity is followed and documented by IT. Welcome to George Orwell's 1984.

  • 1:24 am

    WOW. Still a student and asking for the highest paid, lowest stress job. Perhaps you should obtain your licensure and work in a few areas while you figure that out.

    WOW.

  • Sep 24

    The nursing market is saturated. Many new grads cannot find employment.

    You have a MBA! Get some help to learn how to market yourself.

  • Sep 24

    "Be kind , it costs nothing". In my charge nurse position, I precepted everybody that came through the door. I took them all under my wing and got them ready to go.

    WOOF!

  • Sep 24

    WOW. Still a student and asking for the highest paid, lowest stress job. Perhaps you should obtain your licensure and work in a few areas while you figure that out.

    WOW.

  • Sep 24

    WOW. Still a student and asking for the highest paid, lowest stress job. Perhaps you should obtain your licensure and work in a few areas while you figure that out.

    WOW.

  • Sep 24

    Nurses are pushed to the max. Sometimes an admission/ transfer will put them over the edge.
    Ignore any attitudes you may run across. I always managed to take a transfer with class.

  • Sep 24

    Your orientation has not been sufficient. Sounds like the scatter -brained educator thinks if everything is down on paper you should be good to go.
    Make a list of the experiences YOU need before you will go off orientation. Give it to the manager, nursing education and your "current" preceptor. Make it clear you will not be safe until you have these experiences.

    Many nurses hate their jobs. Looking back, I wasted 30 years at the bedside. That's 30 years out of my life I'll never get back Do what makes you happy, or at least , not hate.

  • Sep 24

    Who is evaluating her performance? If it's you. get her canned.
    If it's not you, report her performance, and get her canned. You need somebody in there that will learn the ropes and work WITH you.

  • Sep 24

    QUOTE=caffeinatednurse;9193856]The world needs more nurses like you. [/QUOTE]
    However it so true. All MOST new nurses need to succeed is .. heartfelt guidance from an oldie -moldie .

  • Sep 24

    It is a radio frequency ID chip. I always called it a "slacker tracker". I work from home now.Every minute of my activity is followed and documented by IT. Welcome to George Orwell's 1984.

  • Sep 24

    "Be kind , it costs nothing". In my charge nurse position, I precepted everybody that came through the door. I took them all under my wing and got them ready to go.

    WOOF!

  • Sep 24

    It is a radio frequency ID chip. I always called it a "slacker tracker". I work from home now.Every minute of my activity is followed and documented by IT. Welcome to George Orwell's 1984.

  • Sep 24

    WOW. Still a student and asking for the highest paid, lowest stress job. Perhaps you should obtain your licensure and work in a few areas while you figure that out.

    WOW.


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