Would this be wrong?

  1. Would it be wrong to turn down a CNA job that I already accepted? I did not have an orientation to the unit or any type of job training for it. I previously accepted because I thought I could probably juggle it with nursing school, but now I'm find it harder and harder to juggle nursing school by itself and it's becoming more like a full time job for me. However, I do not want to burn bridges with the employer, and have some type of mark on my name for it.
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  3. by   flowerpowerntx
    You have to do what you need to do in order to pass nursing school. Just be honest with them. As long as you conduct yourself in a professional manner, they shouldn't do anything to prevent future employment.
  4. by   Wannabenurseneko
    I think you should call them and let them know that you changed your mind ; Maybe they might be able to work something out maybe, not but they will respect the fact that you told them the truth .
  5. by   Paws2people
    You could always ask if they have a per deim position on the weekend.