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Joined Sep 8, '09 - from 'Pennsylvania'. lisaannjamRN is a RN. Posts: 62 (40% Liked) Likes: 49

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  • Apr 20

    About four years ago, I was exactly in your predicament. I was hired as a part-time RN in a Sub-Acute Care facility. Just like you, I said I did not want to be called in to work on days off. Well, I had to stay at least one hour after my shift ended to complete my documentation and was constantly asked to stay and work the next shift and called to come in to work on my days off. I stuck it out for a year to gain much-needed nursing experience, but it was a miserable year. They lied to me just as they have lied to you. In my humble opinion, I don't think this is about your work ethic. You made your needs clear, and they knew what they were. They also knew what their needs are. I would think long and hard about staying there. If you have another opportunity, I would strongly consider taking advantage of it. I wish you the best of luck!

  • Apr 19

    About four years ago, I was exactly in your predicament. I was hired as a part-time RN in a Sub-Acute Care facility. Just like you, I said I did not want to be called in to work on days off. Well, I had to stay at least one hour after my shift ended to complete my documentation and was constantly asked to stay and work the next shift and called to come in to work on my days off. I stuck it out for a year to gain much-needed nursing experience, but it was a miserable year. They lied to me just as they have lied to you. In my humble opinion, I don't think this is about your work ethic. You made your needs clear, and they knew what they were. They also knew what their needs are. I would think long and hard about staying there. If you have another opportunity, I would strongly consider taking advantage of it. I wish you the best of luck!

  • Apr 13

    About four years ago, I was exactly in your predicament. I was hired as a part-time RN in a Sub-Acute Care facility. Just like you, I said I did not want to be called in to work on days off. Well, I had to stay at least one hour after my shift ended to complete my documentation and was constantly asked to stay and work the next shift and called to come in to work on my days off. I stuck it out for a year to gain much-needed nursing experience, but it was a miserable year. They lied to me just as they have lied to you. In my humble opinion, I don't think this is about your work ethic. You made your needs clear, and they knew what they were. They also knew what their needs are. I would think long and hard about staying there. If you have another opportunity, I would strongly consider taking advantage of it. I wish you the best of luck!

  • Apr 13

    About four years ago, I was exactly in your predicament. I was hired as a part-time RN in a Sub-Acute Care facility. Just like you, I said I did not want to be called in to work on days off. Well, I had to stay at least one hour after my shift ended to complete my documentation and was constantly asked to stay and work the next shift and called to come in to work on my days off. I stuck it out for a year to gain much-needed nursing experience, but it was a miserable year. They lied to me just as they have lied to you. In my humble opinion, I don't think this is about your work ethic. You made your needs clear, and they knew what they were. They also knew what their needs are. I would think long and hard about staying there. If you have another opportunity, I would strongly consider taking advantage of it. I wish you the best of luck!

  • Apr 12

    About four years ago, I was exactly in your predicament. I was hired as a part-time RN in a Sub-Acute Care facility. Just like you, I said I did not want to be called in to work on days off. Well, I had to stay at least one hour after my shift ended to complete my documentation and was constantly asked to stay and work the next shift and called to come in to work on my days off. I stuck it out for a year to gain much-needed nursing experience, but it was a miserable year. They lied to me just as they have lied to you. In my humble opinion, I don't think this is about your work ethic. You made your needs clear, and they knew what they were. They also knew what their needs are. I would think long and hard about staying there. If you have another opportunity, I would strongly consider taking advantage of it. I wish you the best of luck!



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