Do you think my boss is going to fire me? Advice please! - page 2

Background: I am a new grad RN. Graduated with my RN in may, received my LPN in may of 2011. I currently work in a LTC facility though I have considered other jobs because the facility where is... Read More

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    Quote from OCNRN63
    If I were you, I would just consider myself well rid of them and move on. Getting into a tangle with your former boss and the BON will probably not wind up working out the way you want. If the facility is that bad the state will trip them up and then she may very well be under the eye of the BON.

    Wrong date on a bandaid? That's laughable.
    I agree on both counts. She was wrong to threaten you with a loss of license. Losing one's license for putting the wrong date on a band aid? Please. I hope you saw right though this silly threat.

    Likewise, I don't think going to the BON is going to serve you well. I realize you have evidence, but it is doubtful it is rock solid enough to stand up to tough scrutiny. Also, the DON is not going to just roll over and say "oh shucks, you got me." It's going to be a long drawn out process and she sounds like the type who find something for which you will be dragged in front of the board--not worth it. You're gone from there--move on and don't look back.
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