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I am in the early phases of getting things lined up to petition for reinstatement. I'm fairly certain I will be ordered to do TPAPN and will have stipulations. My question is, does anyone feel the need to require a lesser salary as a result to help encourage a solid job offer or should I go in expecting the full amount I'd be entitled to, keeping in mind my previous experience and such? I want to make it lucrative and attractive for them to hire me without cutting myself short! Thank you

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Big Blondie has 32 years experience as a ADN, BSN, MSN.

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Do not negotiate for reduced $ or benefits. Ask and expect what you are worth. Plus I don't think it's legal to pay someone less because of they are in recovery. Good luck. You can do this! I have 52 days left on a 5 year contract!

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Thank you so very much and congrats to you! Hard work but so beneficial!

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Do not negotiate for reduced $ or benefits. Ask and expect what you are worth. Plus I don't think it's legal to pay someone less because of they are in recovery. Good luck. You can do this! I have 52 days left on a 5 year contract!

Hey blondie, I don't want to get your hopes up, but my official contract date was August 20, and I was contacted by my case manager on the day I was scheduled to test, July 19, and was told that would be my last test, then I would be done! It took a few days for that test result to come back, and then my case manager was out of town for 2 days, but in the end I was released about 3 weeks early!

It might be because of my case manager, I had RR, he was great. But maybe you'll get lucky too! It's almost over!!!!

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