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CurlyRN has 16 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in public health, new school nurse, triage, training.

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Hi!

I am one week into the new role and LOVE it! I am realizing that a .8 FTE that works along side a teacher contract is quite different than a .8 FTE at the hospital as far as time tracking goes. As an example, I have been told that the teacher professional development day is counted towards that teachers yearly hours but I won't need to go, esp if I flex my time, with comp time....I am confused. LOL
I am wondering if anyone has a spreadsheet that they want to share that helps them track their time and it isn't anything turned into admin, but there to keep you from going over your contract. 

In my first week, I recycled 2 trash bins full of outdated material from the nurses office.  

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ruby_jane has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in ICU/community health/school nursing.

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1 hour ago, CurlyRN said:

 

In my first week, I recycled 2 trash bins full of outdated material from the nurses office.  

Welcome and GOOD FOR YOU!!!

I got nothing regarding the time sheets. How do the other nurses in your district do it? How do you feel about an Excel spreadsheet?

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Eleven011 has 20+ years experience and specializes in Home Health,Dialysis, MDS, School Nurse.

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How do you track hours to be paid?   Do you have a timecard or such, or are you salaried?     We clock in and out on our computers, and then use that system to keep track of our time.  

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CurlyRN has 16 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in public health, new school nurse, triage, training.

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10 minutes ago, Eleven011 said:

How do you track hours to be paid?   Do you have a timecard or such, or are you salaried?     We clock in and out on our computers, and then use that system to keep track of our time.  

We are paid as if we are salaried, no need to clock in and out. We are paid according to our contract. I think the concern is working over our contract, which is allowed, but then being able to take that time back as a way to flex our schedule...stay late one day and leave early another. 

I am attending my first nurse team meeting next week and will ask my peers what they use. 

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Honestly, I would just created a google sheet or excel spreadsheet.

But, I wanna know how you landed a 0.8 job? I need something like that.

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Eleven011 has 20+ years experience and specializes in Home Health,Dialysis, MDS, School Nurse.

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I get it now.   I think there are some apps for your phone that would work for this too.   

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