I am an RN at a LTC and 80% of the time we all end up staying 2+ hours past the end of our shifts to get all of the charting, etc done (and usually they still end up finding something I missed)... wondering if this is common or uncommon.If there is a fall 10 minutes before our shift is done we are still expected to stay and do all of the paperwork and calls before we leave for the day, etc... is this the norm? Do other places have more support staff to help? I am getting VERY frustrated with my job.. I am a new nurse (passed the board in February and have been working at current job since mid-march). I feel like no matter what I do, there is still something they find that I missed. An example: The other day I had 2 DQIs (actually had to send a resident out because he ate building material on the Alzheimer's unit) on top of doing med pass for 25+ patients and handling orders, family calls, etc... was scheduled until 2 and walked out of work at 5:15. The next day I got attitude from my Assistant nursing director because I missed that someone had a weight loss and didn't do the hydration/SBAR (in reality, I thought we needed to do a re-weigh)... Sorry for the rant.