I'm a new grad (kind of) and have been working at a hospital for 6 months. My CNA who has been working for years at our facility doesn't do her job. I have to tell her every time I want my vitals done or I end up doing them myself. Sometimes even when I ask her, it takes her too long so I end up doing them myself. She's basically MIA during half of the day so I have to answer the call lights, and many times it is in the middle of my med passes.I feel it is difficult to speak up because she has been working for so long that she is friends with everyone. She is even BFFs with the DON which puts me in an awkward position of complaining.Who is helping who? If she doesn't get vitals, I get in trouble. If someone doesn't get a bath, it's ultimately my responsibility. What are CNAs responsibilities and how do you hold them accountable?