So - I am a mature nurse that recently (about 5 months ago) took a position that did not require me to supervise anyone. I have been there done that and quite honestly I just want to be responsible for my own mistakes.
Unfortunately, due to a mass exodus of staff, I have now been informed that I will be 'temporarily' assigned to oversee approximately 15 staff (varying roles both clinical and admin) until the positions are filled. I have voiced my displeasure, but have reluctantly agreed to do my best in the interim. I plan to retire at the end of 2020 - should I just move on, or stay and lend my 'expertise' to this sinking ship?