supportive envirnments

  1. Does anyone feel their hospital/floor supports them clinically or do your coworkers leave you to fend for yourself when things go bad? If so/not where are you?

    ETA sorry bout the typo in the title
    Last edit by cookielady,rn on Oct 18, '06
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  2. 3 Comments

  3. by   saphira
    What a loaded question....the job I just took and started on the 12th will be wonderfully supportive, but then again it's a state facility and unionized with all kinds of benefits and they're begging people to stay and paying premium rates for upstate new york for it.

    The place I just left ate nurses alive and the nurse manager didn't help either...I got all this **** and then got told "well, if you screw up it's your license, not our problem." I quit as soon as I could find a job I really wanted.

    Isabel, RN
  4. by   muffie
    i am very fortunate to work in a team oriented environment. when the fit hits the shan everybody comes together including the nm. in ontario , canada on a lucky floor!
  5. by   cookielady,rn
    Quote from saphira
    What a loaded question....the job I just took and started on the 12th will be wonderfully supportive, but then again it's a state facility and unionized with all kinds of benefits and they're begging people to stay and paying premium rates for upstate new york for it.

    The place I just left ate nurses alive and the nurse manager didn't help either...I got all this **** and then got told "well, if you screw up it's your license, not our problem." I quit as soon as I could find a job I really wanted.

    Isabel, RN
    Might i ask where that is?

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