I am a Private Duty nurse with a home client who requires both an aide and a nurse 24/7. Both the client and her spouse have mood and temper fluctuations, and they are frequently requesting staff replacements. The company I work for replaces staff as asked, but they will lie to the current staff, saying that the client likes them and things are going well, at the same time they are looking for and training replacements. Once the replacement is ready to be added to the schedule, the current worker is let go. I think the company and the client and spouse are afraid to tell current workers that things aren't working out, for fear that the worker might react negatively towards the client. How do other companies handle replacing staff on a case? (Three people have been fired off the case within the past two months, and the company doesn't feel any responsibility to try to have other work to offer them).