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

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    Chare, according to the US Department of Labor "Equal employment opportunity (EEO)

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    Is this potentially an age disc. issue?
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    That does not mean for every case. This person has been a nurse for 24 years! This person asked what they should put on their resume. No one is actually answering that.
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    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
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    Tiffany,
    They can also ask 'eligible for rehire'.
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    I'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!
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    Quote from Tiffany Alexander
    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
    This is a common misconception. Your previous employer can report anything about you that is factual. Many employers, however, opt only to provide limited information.
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