I've read Act 102 numerous times now, and I'm 99% sure that my employer is violating the terms. Here's the deal...it's a small community hospital with a (relatively speaking) busy maternity unit. The unit has it's own OR for c sections. Self scheduling is done 4 weeks at a time. After the schedule is finalized, each part time employee is required to pick up 8-12 hours of additional on-call time, and each full time employee is required to pick up 4-8 hours of additional time. If the unit is busy, or if there is a call-off, or if there is an unplanned c-section, the charge nurse will call other staff to try to get someone to come in. If that is unsuccessful (which it usually is, since we are already being required to pick up additional hours) then they call in the "back-up" on call staff. This unit has not used agency nurses, and has very few per diem nurses to call. A.) Does this violate Act 102?B.) If so, is there a way to ANONYMOUSLY report it? (there is also a strong history of retaliation by the clinical leader and nurse manager - we've lost nearly 20% of our nurses over the past 2 years because of the way the staff are treated. (including inappropriate assignments, and charges of "bullying" where they won't tell the nurse what they said, when they said it, or who is accusing them.) We've already gone to HR - they say there is nothing they can do.