Wasn't sure where to post this so I'll try here. I work at an LTC on pm shift. We have all new management (shocker!) and of course they want to implement new things.The newest thing they are changing is how our dining works for all meals. At 1700 all nurses are expected to stop med pass regardless of what they have or haven't done (and of course we can't actually start our med pass til 1600) check trays no big deal, but then pass trays along with CNAs and then to sit and feed for 2 hours.... Then take my lunch come back at 1745 and finish my 5pm med pass and soon after start my last med pass mean while I still have my treatments, behavior monitoring, charting and just clicking my eMAR so it's no longer red. So of course we do a little overtime but then get in trouble for that. Something needs to give. Can't talk to management and corporate does not care. We are aware a nurse needs to be in the dining room and we can't pass meds in the dining room but there use to be a time when we could bring our carts in there and at least do other things whilst supervising. Now we get written up if our carts are even parked outside of the dining rooms. Anyone else work at a facility that's like this? How do you cope/deal with it? Nurses are out looking for other jobs right now because of this and because of how bad management has been treating us.