Crash course in quick responses - page 3
What would you do if...? Pt HR in 150s, RR 40-50? Pt on NC 4L B/P stable 115/89 How do you know when to change source of Oxygen? Any guidelines? How can you tell the difference btwn ST... Read More
Nov 6, '07Occupation: R.N. Joined: May '07; Posts: 3,228; Likes: 3,680Quote from poppy07Bet these idiots wonder why they can't retain staff, too.So do you guys have any suggestions since when I talk to the Mgr and Charge RN, both saying "you'll never feel ready"..."what do you need a year of orientation"...etc. and "you're never really on your own"...
I agree with the above posts. You most certainly can quit. A contract is by definition between (at least) two parties. It would appear that they have not fulfilled their part of the agreement. The advice to speak with a contract law attorney is a great idea; most will provide a free consultation.