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What are their policies for outside of work? I've considered working/traveling there as I have relatives in the area.

http://cnhs.fiu.edu/nursing/undergrad/_assets/common-assets/clinical-education/cliinical-placements/cleveland-clinic/Cleveland%20Clinic_Code%20of%20Conduct.pdf

Here's their employee code of conduct but there are many more "off book" things the clinic does that irked me and refused to work there. They may have changed because this was over 10 years ago but I'm not a fan.

Also this re attendance:

Local hospitals say it comes down to the level of care they need to provide.

Cleveland Clinic said in a statement:

"Poor attendance can have a negative impact on our operations, and more importantly, patient care," and that "all factors are taken into consideration" when an employee is absent too much.

University Hospitals said:

"[Nurses'] attendance is important to our patients and their colleagues, because unexpected absences can affect the level of care we provide. A record of unreliable attendance is unacceptable."

Many of the nurses we spoke with said they needed to hide their faces and names because they're afraid they'll never get hired again if they speak out.

Nurses say strict attendance policies aren't just a problem at Northeast Ohio hospitals - News 5 Cleveland

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http://cnhs.fiu.edu/nursing/undergrad/_assets/common-assets/clinical-education/cliinical-placements/cleveland-clinic/Cleveland%20Clinic_Code%20of%20Conduct.pdf

Here's their employee code of conduct but there are many more "off book" things the clinic does that irked me and refused to work there. They may have changed because this was over 10 years ago but I'm not a fan.

Also this re attendance:

Local hospitals say it comes down to the level of care they need to provide.

Cleveland Clinic said in a statement:

"Poor attendance can have a negative impact on our operations, and more importantly, patient care," and that "all factors are taken into consideration" when an employee is absent too much.

University Hospitals said:

"[Nurses'] attendance is important to our patients and their colleagues, because unexpected absences can affect the level of care we provide. A record of unreliable attendance is unacceptable."

Many of the nurses we spoke with said they needed to hide their faces and names because they're afraid they'll never get hired again if they speak out.

Nurses say strict attendance policies aren't just a problem at Northeast Ohio hospitals - News 5 Cleveland

Thank you!

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Super late on the update but I passed my nclex in March of this year and was rehired two weeks later. It can definitely happen if you’re a good worker despite what others may think. 😜

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9 hours ago, AlmostRN2018 said:

Super late on the update but I passed my nclex in March of this year and was rehired two weeks later. It can definitely happen if you’re a good worker despite what others may think. 😜

Can happen and did for you but be sure to have perfect attendance from here out. You know full well you can be terminated.

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