Breaching StaRN Contract - page 6
Hello, I need some help! I'm a new graduate nurse that started working on a very busy medical-surgical unit in April. In order for me to accept the job, I was required to sign a 2 year contract that... Read More
Nov 2, '17Joined: Feb '17; Posts: 15; Likes: 1Yes, I think the whole StaRN program was an ingenious financial idea because the first 7 weeks of the program we were taught by 1-2 nurses for 50 new graduate employees. That's very cost-effective orientation. In most of my coworkers opinions, we thought the first 7 weeks were mostly a waste of time and money. The simulation and EKG were the two most helpful things we did, which could've only required about 1 week to do.