I am a Registered Nurse who left floor nursing 12 years ago due to a conflict in scheduling with my former husband's job and our youngest child's babysitting needs.The hospital I am currently at allowed me to go through nursing orientation (I was a Case Manager there) and now I'm back on the floor doing patient care and I'm loving it!The only problem I'm having is with a couple of recent nursing grads who are CNAs who have applied for positions on the floor (including mine) and have not been awarded a nursing position. While they are nice to me, I can feel hostility at times when we work together; they may not get to my patients very quickly; won't get vitals when I need them (say during a blood transfusion) and the answer is always the same--"Oh I forgot...sorry".I spoke to my preceptor about this and she said she's noticed the same thing....they're probably just frustrated and disappointed about not getting hired. I was an LPN for many years working in hospitals before I became an RN; before that I was a CNA, EMT & a Medical Assistant. I knew many people who became RNs after being a CNA or Medical Assistant & I never treated them differently; I just did my job.I'm having a difficult time with this. Any suggestions on how to handle this? I really don't want to start any problems with these folks...but I also don't want any harm to come to my patients.Your input would be greatly appreciated.Thanks so much.