What shift is most short-staffed? - page 2
I have been reading the want ads regularly for the last 5 years at least, and it seems to me that 3-11 is the shortest staffed shift. Is this true where you are? I thought most places went to 12-hr... Read More
Jul 1, '02Joined: Nov '01; Posts: 765; Likes: 14I can't stand 3-11 it is like you have no life everything passes you by. Currently where I work. night shift seems to be always short. I have been on overtime so far because of staffing. I love nights I can't work any other shift.
Jul 1, '02Occupation: Education Coordinator Joined: Dec '01; Posts: 1,192; Likes: 16Not quite the topic but relevant - the area understaffed completely here is aged care- all shifts and its getting harder to get staffed particualrly qualified - why wouldnt you go to the acute section when you get paid so much more there and there are higher staff levels - it is getting so hard and so sad. - the light at the tunnekl is getting dimmer at the moment
Jul 1, '02Specialty: 8 year(s) of experience ; Joined: Oct '01; Posts: 1,499; Likes: 287Where I work, nights seem to be the most short-staffed. You know, b/c pts just stop coming in to the ER at 2300...especially the drunk/belligerant ones!
Weekends aren't usually too bad b/c of all the people who want to work weekend option (work 2 12's on the weekend, get paid for 40 hours.)