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This is a discussion on How to Handle Your Co-Workers Who Practice Favoritsm in Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations, part of General Nursing ... First of all I have to admit I have an awesome shift supervisor who always giving a helping hand....by FutureRN_NP Feb 25, '12First of all I have to admit I have an awesome shift supervisor who always giving a helping hand. But what I cannot stand and SOMETIMES make me want to quit my job is how I am being treated at work. There two new RNs: me and another male nurse. He is there slighter longer than me couple of months longer. Well, apparently most female nurses there treat this male nurse way better than treating me. They joke around with him, helping him or gladly helping him whatever he needs. Me on the other hand have to beg and plead. What is wrong with this scenario? How should I handle this? Once in a while I would need help and ask questions but I am seem a bother to them than this other male nurse. This making go to work dreadful.
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- Feb 25, '12 by Lynx25Haha, doesn't sound like you can do too much. You can't change someone from being a flirt and shmoozing the males.
Don't let it bother you, put on your big girl pants and get what needs to be done, done. Real life is never completely fair, just have to roll with it. Your co-workers will also be much more likely to assist you, if you make it clear you are willing to help out when needed as well.
- Feb 25, '12 by PeepnBiscuitsRNThat is called flirting. They are being flirty, if it was another female, I'm sure they'd be treating him very differently.
- Feb 25, '12 by SeasMy question is, how are you treating them when they need help? and how is he treating them when they need help?
This can play a major role if you think they are doing favoritism.