Terminated due to insubordination. What will Put in my application reason of leaving - page 2
I was terminated coz I told my boss that I rather go home that scrub the surgical cases because I am not adequately trained and oriented to the case and making me uncomfortable and concern of patient safety He suspended ... Read More
- 0Feb 28, '13 by lhflanurseChare, according to the US Department of Labor "Equal employment opportunity (EEO)
- Prohibit specific types of employment discrimination. Collectively, these laws prohibit discrimination in most workplaces on the basis of age, race, color, religion, sex, ethnic/national origin, disability, and veteran status.
- In general, if the reason for termination is not because of discrimination on these bases, or because of the employee's protected status as a whistleblower, or because they were involved in a complaint filed under one of the laws enforced by the Department of Labor (see Whistleblower and Non-Retaliation Protections), then the termination is subject only to any private contract between the employer and employee or a labor contract between the employer and those covered by the labor contract." (U.S. Department of Labor - Find It By Topic - Termination).
- 0Apr 8, '13 by T-Bird78I'd just list it on the resume, with the dates of employment, and when you're interviewing explain the circumstances. Be diplomatic, don't bad-mouth the surgeon or hospital, just state the facts in a neutral manner. I was fired from my first nursing job during my 90-day new-hire period and I tell interviewers what I was told--"it's just not working out." You'll find another job! Good luck!
- 1Apr 8, '13 by chareQuote from Tiffany AlexanderThis is a common misconception. Your previous employer can report anything about you that is factual. Many employers, however, opt only to provide limited information.I know in NC ur previous employment can't tell if u were fired or quit nor whether they wld rehire u......the only info the are promoted to say is ur dates of employment and pay.......hope that helps