So just needing a dose of self esteem that I recently lost after being declared "Not a good fit" at a large hospital in a large city. I don't understand why on a critical care floor they are still doing the following 1)paper charting 2) non-user friendly antiquated computer charting 3) no nurses aides 4) no lab techs to do draws 5) no respiratory therapists. The nurses do it all.And yes, there is a high turnover rate on that floor. What a surprise.yet on a nearby med surg/tele floor they have Nurses Aides and an admit/discharge RN. I'm a cautious and good compassionate nurse. Some regulars on the critical care floor have told me that I received a very strict preceptor and should ask for a different one. I think that I should just move on as quick as possible. The interim manager (yeah - I wouldn't want to manage that floor either) stated she would try to find another floor for me to work on and regulars have confirmed that that situation does happen however the recruiter is on vacation for the next 2 weeks....how awkward is it to be basically informed to go home and wait for a phone call?I have received service excellence awards and this is hard to take.Has anyone else been through this type of situation? I'm ready to go back to travel nursing.