Yes they do!
Lol the entire upper management in San Diego could be arrested I guess, as criminals and would be guilty of many felonies if they investigated hard enough
Wow! I am amazed at just how jusgemental and rude a registered nurse can be. Triage Nurse wake up and stop being hypocritical of people who have sinned in their life. Be thankful you are where you are. "IMO felons should not be given second chances." Whorver wrote that, pls open your mind and critically think anout what you wrote. How would the world be if everyone who committed a felony was unable to work or dream of a better future. Please consider how your unforgiving and obviously judgemental attitude affects your nursing care. As an RN, you are a leader in the health care feild. You set the tone for many of your colleagues. Please be grateful you have what you do and care for others with those skills. Please be careful w how you assess your clients/pts. It's great you are just triaging. Maybe it's time for a break to something else...
IDK know the exact answer to the question but I do know that if there is anyone who has a felony or something in their background, as long as you are honest and State what happened and take full accountability- any employer will respect you for being honest and are more likely to give you resources to where to go next if they are unable to hire you. It is in the dark times and difficult times that we grow the most. So, anyone who is a felon out there looking for a job be grateful you are able to work and that you are not likely to be stuck in the criminal justice system for years to come. You do have a future and with the right attitude along with the right support you can make a difference in many people's lives.
I don't know, but I suspected the supply room person was. In my opinion, I don't feel a felon, should be given a second chance to get his life back together, as long as he/she didn't commit a horrible crime.
Answered - Triage Nurse, Night Shift (Former Employee) - Encino, CA
I hope not
Answered - RN Case Manager (Former Employee) - Daytona Beach, FL
No they do not
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - San Antonio, TX
No they don't.
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - New Jersey
They do not hire felonies and they will not even consider it.
Answered - Staffing Coordinator (Current Employee) - West Palm Beach, FL
I do not know, but I do not think so.
Answered - After hours call center nurse (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX