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If you were to leave Department of Veterans Affairs, what would be the reason?

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Retirement; when and If !

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I HAD to.d am hireing freez I dragged around for days after I lost that job

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I had to. I hope. Prayed I would be hired permanent.. a freeze there prevented me from staying and working there until I was 109 years old.

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The only answer would be that my husband which is a veteran needed me for health issues that needed to be addressed full time.

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Transfer to other city

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The co-workers don't work as a team and it feels like I am picking up the work because they refuse to work

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The nurse manager of primary care at the TVAMC

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If I left it means I reached Total burn out, takes 6 months to hire new people. Always understaffed

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Retirement or transfer to another city or state

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Unless you are black at the La Jolla VA, you will NOT have an opportunity to be promoted, period!!! Corruption, OSC investigations are non stop, management hates veterans as most of them are NOT veterans themselves, whistleblowers are being traumatized and harassed non stop and yet no one is protecting them! Don't work here because you will be set up to lose and because you will be new and not know any better, you will be given tons of work and expected to finish it with short deadlines!!! STAY FAR AWAY!!!!

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