Quote from KB4848
So I went and spoke to my educator and she also had me meet with my manager and they seem to think the solution is that nights just aren't for me and they don't have any spots available on days. So they want me to take these next two days and think about what I want to do wether I want to stay or talk to HR and be moved to a completely different unit. I've only been working nights for 10 weeks, I don't feel as though that's enough time to determine if nights work for me or not. I've put everything into this job and I don't just want to quit. I'm so torn now and my educator told me that she doesn't want to see me burn out and that she's heard nothing but great things about me and sees how much potential I have yet I feel like they are pushing me to just go, "yep! I can't do nights send me somewhere else!"
Yes, it appears as though they are offering you a soft landing, should you choose to leave CVICU.
The facility has clearly made an investment in you, and so they are willing to to move to another unit, so they don't lose you entirely.
Do take the next few days to think carefully about what you want for your near, and distant future.
Maybe do CV Progressive go a while, and then go back to CVICU.
Stepping back to deal with your present, will allow for a better future.