Currently I work in a LTC facility on day shift as a CNA part time while I am attending nursing school. We have 12-14 patients a piece on a good day and it just seems impossible to get done on time. I've been a CNA for a little over 2 years and never seem to get out on time. Everyone tells me I do stuff the right way and take great care of my patients, while I've seen others just not change their patients at the end of their shift.I know most employers want you to get done on time, but this just compromises care, and I don't feel that it's right to the residents. I've had a talk with my supervisor and pretty much have just been told that this is the nature of nursing, which isn't right. Due to only working part time I haven't gotten in trouble for punching out late, but was told I potentially could if I were full-time and picking up overtime.I don't feel that picking up extra time is the issue, it's the quality of care these residents are receiving. I've personally seen people skip providing the level of care patients deserve due to time constraints and it's morally wrong on many levels. A LTC facility are these peoples homes and they don't deserve to be treated the way they do. The time constraints and issues I've encountered on day shift have made me consider no longer working as a CNA during school, or maybe that nursing isn't even for me. I love what I do, but I don't love having to rush people or get put in a position where the expectations of my job are unrealistic. Has anyone else had a similar situation while working as a CNA or in the nursing field, I'd love to hear some other stories?