Does anyone ever feel that people are attempting to pick on you when you are new in a workplace? They are trying to find things you may or may not have done wrong and point every single possible thing out to you, I don't mean just general communication. I mean say a bed doesn't get made, or something is done but not written down (I mean very minor inconsequential things to patient care). I also mean things like, I don't whine that my medication cart was not plugged in and I had to stand at the plug and the garbage was not taken out, but I don't fill out one inconsequential form and I hear about it every time, even though I am not the only one forgetting to do it. I feel as if these things are being blamed on me. Even if someone else does something wrong, I have to point out that I did not work the shift they are speaking of.
Why do nurses do this? Especially in anew place that really needs staff. I don't mean communicating correct procedures so people learn, but picking at minor things with a newbie but not caring if regular staff forgets.