Hey everyone, so I am a new LPN and have been working for a nursing home / rehabilitation center for about a month and am considering quitting. My biggest concern is that they are showing me how they do certain things that I am sure if seen by the state would lose my license. One example is borrowing meds from other patients med cards when you run out or can't find what you need for a different patient. State has also been around a lot lately due to a pretty serious allegation made against a worker so I'm pretty worried that the way they are showing me to do things will get me in trouble, but they aren't offering any alternatives to how to do things in a timely manner and this just seems to be the way things are done at this facility. Secondly I was hired for three 12 hour shifts, and had a 6 hour "half day" tacked on before my three day work week which I know is silly to complain about but I hate it.
Anyways, I'm just looking for opinions if I should just stick it out for a few months and then make the change or if my concern of losing my license is justified. I applied and have a voice mail from another company that is less than a mile from my house (instead of 30 minutes away) which also sounds pretty appealing. Any opinions are appreciated.
Edit: The work itself isn't an issue, I had the med pass which is the heaviest in the facility down by my third shift on my own. My concern is just getting in trouble and the schedule. My training hasn't been as promised either. It was supposed to be with one person who's job is doing people's first couple weeks but I have received one full day with her, and random people keep being scheduled instead. One day no one showed up until 4 hours into the shift (my 3rd day).