No Pay for Record Time?? - page 2

:confused: :eek: I was just reading the posts under "What's Your Caseload Number?" and found that many agencies are requiring their nurses to do their record time WITHOUT pay!! WHY is this... Read More

  1. by   renerian
    I left home health because I was not paid for travel time, paperwork time or office time which amounted to about 15 to 20 hours per week since our service area was 7 counties. I was hoping to get back into it but my boss at my current job said no employee can moonlight.

  2. by   Maerzie
    What a shame, Renerian, that good nurses get pushed out because of rotten administration. Home health has so many good points it's a shame the management games have to toss us all around.

    I also agree with a post written a different day or in some nursing flyer that there is no "nursing shortage!" There are plenty of nurses! It's just that they leave when they are getting more misery from their jobs tha rewarding feelings and go into professions where they can be respected and paid for their worth.
  3. by   renerian
    Thanks nursieme. I had worked home health 11 years too. Know OASIS in and out, know JCAHO regs, all that. It is a shame.