New way of working in the care home where I work - page 2

For me this yet hasn't happened as I am having a week off. But when I go back this will be the routine, Even the idea I dont agree with. The head of shift are now going to be sitting in the office... Read More

  1. by   Disablednurse
    So, if you are unionized, you always have plenty of help on board every shift. You don't ever have to work short handed. If that is so then it must be nice.
  2. by   Care Assistant
    Thankyou for the replys. I have read them all and you all have interesting views on this subject. Like I feel it is a NO and the timing thing isnt right.

    I will let you know what Choices I make. Thanks again for your help.
  3. by   Care Assistant
    update, the new rules for me started yesterday. Ok SO it DOES SAVE TIME AND IS FASTER but I am just not happy working there any more I want out of that job. Its the shift hours that annoy me on a late like I am today I dont get home until 10pm. I have something to eat then go to bed as I am so tired.

    I want out of this job.
  4. by   Agnus
    Originally posted by Care Assistant
    I want out of this job.
    You know what you need to do for yourself. (((((hug)))))
    I think most of us at one time or another have felt this. It is a mistake to stay were you are unhappy no matter what the reason or circumstance.
  5. by   luvbug
    I agree with agnus. I think that if a person stays in a job where they are unhappy, they just start to feel un-appreciated and bogged down. Healthcare is a very tough atmosphere, but it CAN be-and very often is-quite rewarding. You need to be in a place where you and your talents as an Aide are appreciated.

    Your future's so bright, you gotta wear shades
  6. by   rebel_red

    I am curious how does this save time? Is it just because everyone is rushing to and fro (more than usual) to complete tasks in a specific time frame? Or are there really helpful tips that save time without jeopardizing quality of care?

    As to you leaving as so many LPN/RN's on this board point out "A good aide is worth his/her weight in gold."

    Keeping positive thoughts for you and hoping you find a place that appreciates you and your talents.