So, before I got this great private duty job I am loving right now, I worked for an agency. In my opinion, the most disorganized, uncomputerized (yes, they still did EVERYTHING on paper, including our checks, which we had to pick up from the office. Yup, they couldn't do direct deposit!) place I have ever worked. Not only that, they promised me "lots of clients". I was the 3rd RN to hire in with them, one would think I'd have a whole lot of business, right? Wrong! I had maybe 2 clients a day, if I was lucky! I was also their only RN with an out-of-state license, we live near the border of 2 midwest states, and the agency advertised the ability to provide service in the other state. I ended up liking this private job much better, hours were perfect, rapport with patient and family is great, etc.SO, I turn in a resignation (February, 2014), with 4 weeks notice, (3 weeks before that I even told the scheduler that I was picking up more hours with the private client and would be leaving, "you need to get one of your other RNs endorsed in ***, so **** can continue care). 4 weeks comes up, I quit, move on. Take all the equipment back to office, and get asked, well, can you still do ***, as we don't have another RN licensed in ***. (Seriously?????? 6 weeks notice????) Um, no, I can't, you guys have had plenty of time to figure this one out, I am sorry, but I am fulltime and then some with my new patient...fast-forward to October, 2014, today, I received a voicemail from this agency, "This is ***** with ******** I wanted to know if you want a 12 hour shift on nights?" UMMMMMM, NOOOOOOOO! what part of RESIGN did you people not understand? I don't work for you anymore! I haven't worked for you for nearly 9 months!