Anyone else have this prob?? I have two pressing questions:Firstly, we're heading into slow season, and NOW my DON decides to hire the 5 full time staff we've been missing. Now we are being put on call at least once a wk. Having to use PTO to make a full pay ck. She seems to do this every year. We have poor retention on our night shift. Anyone else coming across this? From a hospital-provided-benefits perspective, does it seem fair I have to use my PTO (one of my benefits which Id like to use for say, I don't know....a vacation??) to make a pay ck??Secondly, if staff on my shift sign up for a CEU class, esp one that is 7-8 hrs, we will get cancelled because my boss doesn't want to pay us OT (by law anything over 40 hrs must be paid @ 1.5). So, there I go again. Short my pack by four hours or use my PTO just to make my normal 36 pay. Is this ethical, moral, legal?