I just found out today that the co-worker that I am training is making more than $5.00 per hour than me.
I have equal years of experience but I have work in more acute setting, I have higher education plus I speak another language. I save a lot to the facility because I do not use translator.
I love my job and I have been working there for five years.
What would you do in this case?
You just let it go and pretend that you do not or you try to set up a meeting with HR?
If the second option is chosen how the meeting should be address. Any ideas?
I will appreciate.
Hi : Here I am again. My employer told me that is mandatory to obtain this number and give it to them. My employer states this apply to all RN's in this Facility. I never heard about it. I do not know what to do.
I also interviewed for a call center. I actually work in LTC and I ready to work in a different area in nursing. I would like to know how you doing in the call center. Do you like it? Please give me your opinion. Thanks.
pretty70 replied to sbostonRN's topic in Geriatric
Apparently we have the same program at my facility. We also have computerized MAR due meds are highlighted in green and past due comes up yellow. Also, we are not allowed to write names in stock meds only the opened date.